03.07.2009 21:53, Roland McGrath wrote:
> That should be 1-byte range. I've introduced the [,)
notation, it's on
> the branch. The alignment is now also considered.
Thanks, this looks much better. I assume that these "section coverage"
checks are only for inside the ranges covered by some CU? (I guess they
must be, or it would have complained about the crt1.o text.)
It checks all EXECINSTR | ALLOC sections for coverage.
If you point me to crt1.o with debuginfo, I can see if it works, and fix
it accordingly, but those that I can get my hands on are debuginfo-less.
Now I am getting this (for src/addr2line):
error: .debug_aranges: arange 0x10 (CU DIE 11): couldn't find a section that the
range [0x40149c, 0x40236c) covers.
Stupid thinko in my last commit. It skipped all relevant sections.
(BTW, I think that is a "CU DIE %d" that wants to be a
That's done so because -waranges outputs it as %d.