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[Bug binutils/25662] objcopy sets invalid sh_offset for the first sectio

From: jozef.l at mittosystems dot com
Subject: [Bug binutils/25662] objcopy sets invalid sh_offset for the first section in a no_contents segment containing program headers
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2020 11:14:23 +0000


--- Comment #10 from Jozef Lawrynowicz <jozef.l at mittosystems dot com> ---
(In reply to Alan Modra from comment #9)
> The testcase patch looks mostly good, thanks.  At first I thought you had
> the remote host file names wrong, but it doesn't seem too important what
> file names are used on the host.
> Some other issues:
> - The new test is using an ELF .type directive.  Either remove that or make
> the test ELF only.
> - The test will error if ld isn't built, as is the case for a few targets,
> ia64-vms being an example.
> Please post to the mailing list for any further discussion.

I posted an updated patch here

BTW, the test fails for i386-pe, but as expected it's not fixed by your patch
to elf.c. A quick comparison of objdump -x output shows that the "Time/Date"
field has been reset to epoch 0.

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