--- Comment #1 from Ed Maste <ema...@freebsd.org> ---
GNU strip behaves the same way, and I would suggest using objcopy instead. GNU
strip's man page reports that -R <sectionnme> removes "any section named
<sectionname> from the output file, in addition to whatever sections would
otherwise be removed."
WRT ELF Tool Chain strip, it appears it defaults to STRIP_ALL (-s) unless one
of these options is set:
-S,-g,-d, --only-keep-debug, --strip-unneeded, -x, -X, -N
It seems to me that -R should be included in the list, and that the behaviour
currently provided by -R should instead be obtained with -R -s, but that would
be a divergence from GNU strip that we probably do not want to have.
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