On 10 Oct 2012, Mark Wielaard uttered the following:
On Tue, 2012-09-18 at 20:23 +0100, Nick Alcock wrote:
> When deciding whether a section is strippable, ebl_section_strip_p()
> checks the section pointed to by the sh_info of relocation sections
> to see if the relocated section is strippable.
> Unfortunately a one-character typo leads to this check always being
> skipped. (You can tell it's a typo because if the condition were
> correct, the next line would dereference a null pointer.)
> Signed-off-by: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock(a)oracle.com>
Things should have been setup so that you can push this yourself.
But I can also do it for you.
Hold off: work said yes about the contributor agreement and then as soon
as I'd agreed to it, said 'no, wait for legal'. I'm now acting as if I
hadn't agreed to it, and waiting for legal. For weeks and weeks. Even
though dozens of people in my department have already signed it. Sigh.
Sorry about this :( I'll rebase against trunk and repost once I'm
actually allowed to push this exciting one-character change.
NULL && (void)