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multiply defined stuff



I added a new attachment to PR1247 adding the relevant
stubs to newlib's crt0.o so the autoconf tests now work
and I'm down to

__assert                   (provided by libcsupport/src/__assert.c and 
newlib/libc/stdlib/assert.c)
__assert_func          (same as __assert)
creat                       (provided by libcsupport/src/creat.c and 
newlib/libc/posix/creat.c)
times                       (provided by libcsupport/src/__times.c and 
newlib/libc/machine/times.c)

which seem to still be exported by both, newlib & rtems

T.

Till Straumann wrote:
> Joel Sherrill wrote:
>   
>> Till Straumann wrote:
>>     
>>> I find that these are currently (CVS head, 
>>> newlib-1.17.0-rtems4.10-20090224.diff)
>>> defined/exported by both, RTEMS and newlib:
>>>   
>>>       
>> Some of these indicate that the autoconf
>> test(s) in RTEMS to detect these being present
>> in newlib are not working. The readdir() family
>> is in this category.  Why is this one showing up
>> built in your RTEMS library?
>>     
> OK. I applied the patches for 1247 (newlib locking)
> and that seems to break the autoconf tests
> (trying to link newlib code which requires the locks
> which are implemented/exported by RTEMS fails)
>
> -- T.
>   
>> Others are things we need to look at.   creat()
>> is in this category.
>>     
>>> __assert
>>> __assert_func
>>> closedir
>>> creat
>>> execl
>>> execle
>>> execlp
>>> execv
>>> execve
>>> execvp
>>> getcwd
>>> opendir
>>> readdir
>>> readdir_r
>>> rewinddir
>>> scandir
>>> seekdir
>>> sleep
>>> telldir
>>> times
>>> ttyname
>>> ttyname_r
>>> usleep
>>>
>>> -- Till
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