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Re: create_archive_ia32.pl (ddf)

From: Bas Wijnen
Subject: Re: create_archive_ia32.pl (ddf)
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 12:28:21 +0200
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On Wed, Jun 23, 2004 at 06:54:31PM -0400, Etienne Robillard wrote:
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> Hi,
> | address@hidden:~/src/hurd/fabrica/fabrica-archive$ ld --verbose  | grep i386
> |    elf_i386
> |    i386linux
> | OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-i386", "elf32-i386",
> |               "elf32-i386")
> | OUTPUT_ARCH(i386)
> | SEARCH_DIR("/usr/i386-linux/lib"); SEARCH_DIR("/usr/lib");
> SEARCH_DIR("/usr/l   l/lib"); SEARCH_DIR("/lib");
> |
> | As you can see ld reports the interesting info on line 3 and 4 instead
> | of 2 and 3.  I think you should grep for OUTPUT_FORMAT and OUTPUT_ARCH
> | to make it more robust.
> I've tried and failed that too ;)

How about something like:
ldverbose=$(ld --verbose)
first="$(echo "$ldverbose" | grep --line-number ^OUTPUT_FORMAT | cut -d: -f1)"
last="$(echo "$ldverbose" | grep --line-number ^OUTPUT_ARCH | cut -d: -f1)"
var_you_want="$(echo "$ldverbose" | sed -n "$first,$[$last-1]p")"

I don't speak perl, but all I do is calling programs in /bin, which I'm sure
is possible with it.

> Does grepping for 'elf32' works on your system?

It might, and it might not.  If you use it, you are saying "elf32" may not be
in any other line.  This is clearly wrong, even if it works.


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