--- Comment #4 from Jakub Jelinek <jakub at gcc dot> ---
Obviously, if you are compiling hand written assembly and linking it into PIEs
the code must be PIC.  So what is written in #c2 is not a workaround, but the
right fix.  If you have assembly that is not PIC compatible and you don't want
to link it into a PIE, either don't configure the compiler with
--enable-default-pie, or compile it with -fno-pie and link with -no-pie.
This isn't any different from any other arch; if you link in non-PIC assembly
into PIEs, either stuff doesn't link, or you get text relocations.

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