This chapter describes the internals of the assembler. It is incomplete, but. This chapter is not updated regularly, and it may be out of date. This section describes some fundamental GAS data types. In general, the fields of this structure may not be referred to directly.
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The Binutils package contains a linker, an assembler, and other tools for handling object files. Verify that the PTYs are working properly inside the chroot environment by performing a simple test:. If, instead, the output includes the message below, then the environment is not set up for proper PTY operation. This issue needs to be resolved before running the test suites for Binutils and GCC:. Suppress the installation of an outdated standards.
The Binutils documentation recommends building Binutils outside of the source directory in a dedicated build directory:. The test suite for Binutils in this section is considered critical. Do not skip it under any circumstances. Install the libiberty header file that is needed by some packages:. Translates program addresses to file names and line numbers; given an address and the name of an executable, it uses the debugging information in the executable to determine which source file and line number are associated with the address.
An assembler that assembles the output of gcc into object files. A linker that combines a number of object and archive files into a single file, relocating their data and tying up symbol references. Hard link to ld. Displays information about the given object file, with options controlling the particular information to display; the information shown is useful to programmers who are working on the compilation tools. Generates an index of the contents of an archive and stores it in the archive; the index lists all of the symbols defined by archive members that are relocatable object files.
Lists the section sizes and the total size for the given object files. Outputs, for each given file, the sequences of printable characters that are of at least the specified length defaulting to four ; for object files, it prints, by default, only the strings from the initializing and loading sections while for other types of files, it scans the entire file. Contains routines used by various GNU programs, including getopt , obstack , strerror , strtol , and strtoul. Linux From Scratch - Version 7.
Approximate build time: 1. Required disk space: MB. Installation of Binutils Verify that the PTYs are working properly inside the chroot environment by performing a simple test: expect -c "spawn ls" This command should output the following: spawn ls If, instead, the output includes the message below, then the environment is not set up for proper PTY operation.
This issue needs to be resolved before running the test suites for Binutils and GCC: The system has no more ptys. Ask your system administrator to create more. Important The test suite for Binutils in this section is considered critical. Installed libraries: libiberty. Prev File Creates, modifies, and extracts from archives. Displays call graph profile data. Lists the symbols occurring in a given object file. Translates one type of object file into another.
Displays information about ELF type binaries. Discards symbols from object files. The Binary File Descriptor library.
GNU Binary Utilities
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Many of them also use the opcodes library to assemble and disassemble machine instructions. The latest release of GNU binutils is 2. The various NEWS files binutils , gas , and ld have details of what has changed in this release. If you plan to do active work on GNU binutils, you can access the development source tree by anonymous git:. You can use this form to subscribe to the binutils sourceware. Mailing list: binutils binutils-cvs Your e-mail address: Digest version?
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