[PD] flext externals crash PD
jacoblast at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 16:40:15 CEST 2005
strip -x yields a binary that is only a few bytes bigger than the one
made with the -Wl,-x option, and it doesn't crash for me. So it seems
like a good option. Although I am trying to understand what is
different about using `strip -x ` and doing what should be the same
thing with the -Wl,-x option...
On 7/31/05, Jacob Last <jacoblast at gmail.com> wrote:
> I will give it a try on monday and let you know.
> Thanks for all your work,
> On 7/31/05, Thomas Grill <gr at grrrr.org> wrote:
> > Jacob Last schrieb:
> > >I figured it out...removing the -Wl,-x linker option (which is
> > >set in flext/buildsys/gnumake.inc) stops the crashing on
> > >load...process of elimination :) I'd love an explanation though...
> > >
> > >
> > Hi Jacob,
> > the bad thing about removing the -Wl,-x option is that the externals are
> > really big then. Probably it's only file size and not loaded code size
> > though.
> > I'm wondering what causes the crashes as only local symbols are stripped
> > by -x (and because it doesn't crash for me!) and if there's a way to
> > strip the files in a different way.
> > Does it crash if you are applying "strip -x ext.pd_darwin" on the
> > external afterwards?
> > thanks,
> > Thomas
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