Re: "File has no CTF section."

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Thanks for the quick reply!

On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 01:41:03PM -0300, Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo wrote:
> > I have three object files: one is 'dwarves.o' from the pahole
> > distribution, compiled with 'gcc -g'.  Another is 'foobar.o' from my
> > own embedded application, compiled with the same compiler, on the same
> > box [1].  The third object file is 'foobar.o' compiled with some
> > version of compiler (Metrowerks?) for the embedded platform that we use.
> > 
> > If I use 'objdump -W' on all three files, I get heaps of information,
> > including the structure definitions and other stuff.  Good.
> can you try with:
> # binutils
> readelf -w i build/pahole
> # elfutils
> eu-readelf -w i build/pahole

Yup.  I get the same (or very similar) information.

> > The most puzzling thing is that two object files, compiled with the
> > same compiler on the same machine have different enough DWARF data
> > that one works with pahole and one doesn't.
> > 
> > What can I do to follow through with this?  Contact the elfutils
> > maintainers?
> Possibly, but can you make these two object files available somewhere?
> I'd like to take a look...

See the attached file.  If you just compile it with 'gcc -g -c hello.c',
pahole works fine on the resulting object file.  If at line 17 you change
'#if 0' to '#if 1', pahole will complain about the lack of CTF (sorry,
I didn't have time to pull your updates).


Bruce Schneier expects the Spanish Inquisition.
#include <stdio.h>

struct foo
   int i;
   char c;
   float f;

struct bar
   struct foo f;
   char c;
   int i;

#if 0
#pragma BSS(".do_not_init")
struct foo f;

int main(void)
   struct bar b;

   printf("Hello, struct bar(%u)!\n", sizeof(b));

   return 0;

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