Commit bdb5f07b authored by Alan Modra's avatar Alan Modra

GNU attribute output on errors

.gnu.attributes entries from linker input files are merged to the
output file, the output having the union of compatible input
attributes.  Incompatible attributes generally cause a linker error
and no output.  However in some cases only a warning is emitted, and
one of the incompatible input attributes is passed on to the output.

PowerPC tends to emit warnings rather than errors, and the output
takes the first input attribute.  For example, if we have two input
files with Tag_GNU_Power_ABI_FP, the first with a value signifying
"double-precision hard float, IBM long double", the second with a
value signifying "double-precision hard float, IEEE long double",
we'll get a warning about incompatible long double types and the
output will say "double-precision hard float, IBM long double".
The output attribute of course isn't correct.  It would be correct to
specify "IBM and IEEE long double", but we don't have a way to
represent that currently.  While it would be possible to extend the
encoding, there isn't much gain in doing so.  A shared library
providing support for both long double types should link against
objects using either long double type without warning or error.  That
is what you'd get if such a shared library had no Tag_GNU_Power_ABI_FP
attribute.

So this patch provides a way for the backend to omit .gnu.attributes
tags from the output.

	* elf-bfd.h (ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR, ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR): Define.
	* elf-attrs.c (is_default_attr): Handle ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR.
	* elf32-ppc.c (_bfd_elf_ppc_merge_fp_attributes): Use
	ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL.  Set ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR on finding
	incompatible attribute.
	(ppc_elf_merge_obj_attributes): Likewise.  Return
	_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes result.
	* elf64-ppc.c (ppc64_elf_merge_private_bfd_data): Return
	_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes result.

(cherry picked from commit 8d2c8c3d17926826864f4b739362f66af547428f)
parent f4b933dd
2018-07-03 Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
* elf-bfd.h (ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR, ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR): Define.
* elf-attrs.c (is_default_attr): Handle ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR.
* elf32-ppc.c (_bfd_elf_ppc_merge_fp_attributes): Use
ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL. Set ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR on finding
incompatible attribute.
(ppc_elf_merge_obj_attributes): Likewise. Return
_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes result.
* elf64-ppc.c (ppc64_elf_merge_private_bfd_data): Return
_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes result.
2018-07-05 Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
* po/ru.po: Updated Russian translation.
......
......@@ -42,6 +42,8 @@ uleb128_size (unsigned int i)
static bfd_boolean
is_default_attr (obj_attribute *attr)
{
if (ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR (attr->type))
return TRUE;
if (ATTR_TYPE_HAS_INT_VAL (attr->type) && attr->i != 0)
return FALSE;
if (ATTR_TYPE_HAS_STR_VAL (attr->type) && attr->s && *attr->s)
......
......@@ -1699,17 +1699,20 @@ struct bfd_elf_section_data
/* The value of an object attribute. The type indicates whether the attribute
holds and integer, a string, or both. It can also indicate that there can
be no default (i.e. all values must be written to file, even zero). */
be no default (i.e. all values must be written to file, even zero), or
that the value is in error and should not be written to file. */
typedef struct obj_attribute
{
#define ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL (1 << 0)
#define ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_STR_VAL (1 << 1)
#define ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_NO_DEFAULT (1 << 2)
#define ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR (1 << 3)
#define ATTR_TYPE_HAS_INT_VAL(TYPE) ((TYPE) & ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL)
#define ATTR_TYPE_HAS_STR_VAL(TYPE) ((TYPE) & ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_STR_VAL)
#define ATTR_TYPE_HAS_NO_DEFAULT(TYPE) ((TYPE) & ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_NO_DEFAULT)
#define ATTR_TYPE_HAS_ERROR(TYPE) ((TYPE) & ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR)
int type;
unsigned int i;
......
......@@ -4735,27 +4735,41 @@ _bfd_elf_ppc_merge_fp_attributes (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
;
else if (out_fp == 0)
{
out_attr->type = 1;
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL;
out_attr->i ^= in_fp;
}
else if (out_fp != 2 && in_fp == 2)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses hard float, %pB uses soft float"), obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses hard float, %pB uses soft float"),
obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_fp == 2 && in_fp != 2)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses hard float, %pB uses soft float"), ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses hard float, %pB uses soft float"),
ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_fp == 1 && in_fp == 3)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses double-precision hard float, "
"%pB uses single-precision hard float"), obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses double-precision hard float, "
"%pB uses single-precision hard float"), obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_fp == 3 && in_fp == 1)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses double-precision hard float, "
"%pB uses single-precision hard float"), ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses double-precision hard float, "
"%pB uses single-precision hard float"), ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
in_fp = in_attr->i & 0xc;
out_fp = out_attr->i & 0xc;
......@@ -4763,29 +4777,41 @@ _bfd_elf_ppc_merge_fp_attributes (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
;
else if (out_fp == 0)
{
out_attr->type = 1;
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL;
out_attr->i ^= in_fp;
}
else if (out_fp != 2 * 4 && in_fp == 2 * 4)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses 64-bit long double, "
"%pB uses 128-bit long double"), ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses 64-bit long double, "
"%pB uses 128-bit long double"), ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (in_fp != 2 * 4 && out_fp == 2 * 4)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses 64-bit long double, "
"%pB uses 128-bit long double"), obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses 64-bit long double, "
"%pB uses 128-bit long double"), obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_fp == 1 * 4 && in_fp == 3 * 4)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses IBM long double, "
"%pB uses IEEE long double"), obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses IBM long double, "
"%pB uses IEEE long double"), obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_fp == 3 * 4 && in_fp == 1 * 4)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses IBM long double, "
"%pB uses IEEE long double"), ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses IBM long double, "
"%pB uses IEEE long double"), ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
}
}
......@@ -4817,7 +4843,7 @@ ppc_elf_merge_obj_attributes (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
;
else if (out_vec == 0)
{
out_attr->type = 1;
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL;
out_attr->i = in_vec;
}
/* For now, allow generic to transition to AltiVec or SPE
......@@ -4829,19 +4855,25 @@ ppc_elf_merge_obj_attributes (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
;
else if (out_vec == 1)
{
out_attr->type = 1;
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL;
out_attr->i = in_vec;
}
else if (out_vec < in_vec)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses AltiVec vector ABI, %pB uses SPE vector ABI"),
obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses AltiVec vector ABI, %pB uses SPE vector ABI"),
obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_vec > in_vec)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses AltiVec vector ABI, %pB uses SPE vector ABI"),
ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses AltiVec vector ABI, %pB uses SPE vector ABI"),
ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
}
/* Check for conflicting Tag_GNU_Power_ABI_Struct_Return attributes
......@@ -4857,25 +4889,29 @@ ppc_elf_merge_obj_attributes (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
;
else if (out_struct == 0)
{
out_attr->type = 1;
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL;
out_attr->i = in_struct;
}
else if (out_struct < in_struct)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses r3/r4 for small structure returns, "
"%pB uses memory"), obfd, ibfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses r3/r4 for small structure returns, "
"%pB uses memory"), obfd, ibfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
else if (out_struct > in_struct)
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses r3/r4 for small structure returns, "
"%pB uses memory"), ibfd, obfd);
{
_bfd_error_handler
/* xgettext:c-format */
(_("warning: %pB uses r3/r4 for small structure returns, "
"%pB uses memory"), ibfd, obfd);
out_attr->type = ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_INT_VAL | ATTR_TYPE_FLAG_ERROR;
}
}
/* Merge Tag_compatibility attributes and any common GNU ones. */
_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes (ibfd, info);
return TRUE;
return _bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes (ibfd, info);
}
/* Merge backend specific data from an object file to the output
......
......@@ -6180,9 +6180,7 @@ ppc64_elf_merge_private_bfd_data (bfd *ibfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
_bfd_elf_ppc_merge_fp_attributes (ibfd, info);
/* Merge Tag_compatibility attributes and any common GNU ones. */
_bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes (ibfd, info);
return TRUE;
return _bfd_elf_merge_object_attributes (ibfd, info);
}
static bfd_boolean
......
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