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[Bug gas/28054] SEC_ELF_OCTETS not set for ".debug_*" sections causing i

From: nickc at redhat dot com
Subject: [Bug gas/28054] SEC_ELF_OCTETS not set for ".debug_*" sections causing invalid relocs for targets with OCTETS_PER_BYTE > 1
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2021 13:21:11 +0000


--- Comment #5 from Nick Clifton <nickc at redhat dot com> ---
(In reply to Tucker from comment #4)
> What regressions were you running on the FT32 & MSP430 targets?

I was using toolchains configured as ft32-elf and as nsp430-elf

> I tried
> adding back the SEC_DEBUGGING flag to debug this issue but I didn't notice
> any failures with "make check".

Were you looking at the binutils testsuite ?  The gas testsuite does not show
any new failures, but the binutils testsuite does.  For example, for the
ft32-elf toolchain I get:

FAIL: objdump compress debug sections
FAIL: objdump compress debug sections 3
FAIL: objcopy compress debug sections in archive with zlib-gabi
FAIL: objdump compress debug sections 3 with zlib-gabi
FAIL: unordered .debug_info references to .debug_ranges
FAIL: objdump -W
FAIL: objdump -W for debug_ranges
FAIL: follow-debuglink (--process-links --dwarf=info --dwarf=str)
FAIL: binutils-all/pr26548
FAIL: readelf -Wwi pr26548e (reason: unexpected output)
FAIL: readelf --debug-dump=loc locview-1 (reason: unexpected output)
FAIL: readelf --debug-dump=loc locview-2 (reason: unexpected output)
FAIL: readelf -wiaoRlL dw5
FAIL: readelf -wi dwarf-attributes (reason: unexpected output)
FAIL: readelf -wKis -P debuglink (reason: unexpected output)
FAIL: readelf --debug-dump=links --debug-dump=no-follow-links dwo


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