On 12/18/14 10:12, Ed Maste wrote:
> We have a rather outdated version of binutils in the base system. As
> part of a project to update our toolchain I've started working on
> using some of the tools from the elftoolchain project. There is now a
> build knob to enable the use of the following tools:
> * addr2line
> * elfcopy (strip)
> * nm
> * size
> * strings
> The knob (in /etc/src.conf) is:
> The binutils version is still used for as, ld, objcopy, objdump and
> readelf; future projects will handle these.
> The option is being tested in ports exp-runs on amd64 and i386, and
> has had basic sanity testing on arm64 and mips64.
> I'm interested in test reports across a variety of hardware
> architectures and use cases. If everything works as expected you
> should see no difference -- the tools should be drop-in replacements.
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I was running WITH_ELFTOOLCHAIN_TOOLS for a few days on head/amd64 and
clang350-import/amd64. Things build and work as before. I'm not seeing
any behavior differences.
- Nikolai Lifanov
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