svn commit: r202274 - in head: . include lib/libc/gen
ed at 80386.nl
Thu Jan 14 09:38:04 UTC 2010
* Kostik Belousov <kostikbel at gmail.com> wrote:
> You should never remove symbol from the version map for shared library.
> Doing that removes one of the reason for having symbol versioning at all
> (namely, pre-execution check that version requirements of the objects
> are satisfied). FreeBSD allows version maps to grow, that makes the
> check weaker then it ought to be.
Ah, I see. I discussed this with kan@ the other day and I was under the
impression that using __sym_compat() would be sufficient. So you say I
should leave the __sym_compat(), but revert the change to the
Symbol.map? Would that still allow me to use the symbol, but prevent
linkage against it?
Ed Schouten <ed at 80386.nl>
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