Warning option symbols is deprecated and ignored


See ld and the Intel family. Different compilers have different mangling styles. It does not affect how undefined symbols in regular object files are handled.

Sections in the file will always begin at file offsets which are multiples of this number. Under such circumstances the linker will display the final value enclosed by square brackets. This is important, because otherwise the compiler driver program may silently drop the linker options, resulting in a bad link.

When creating an ELF executable or shared object for x medium memory model, it will set the address of the first byte of the ldata segment. This option silences the warning. The contents of the note are unique bits identifying this linked file.

It does not affect how undefined symbols in regular object files are handled. The file may itself contain additional file options; any such options will be processed recursively. When an input file does not have the same format as the output file, partial linking is only supported if that input file does not contain any relocations. This option can be used with -shared.

The GNU linker uses other mechanisms for this purpose: One target for this option are specifications for pkg-config. All -rpath arguments are concatenated and passed to the runtime linker, which uses them to locate shared objects at runtime. This is typically used when creating shared libraries to specify additional information about the version hierarchy for the library being created. It is better to return something as follows:.

When creating a shared library, bind references to global function symbols to the definition within the shared library, if any. This option causes a warning to be issued whenever this case occurs. When creating a shared library, bind references to global symbols to the definition within the shared library, if any. Typically, the alignment will be set by an input section.

The image base address may be relocated using address space layout randomization ASLR. Under such circumstances the linker will display the final value enclosed by square brackets. This option can be used multiple times to require additional symbols.

By default, on SunOS, the linker will form a runtime search path out of all the -L options it is given. For more information refer to the Info entry for ld. This option is similar to the --script option except that processing of the script is delayed until after the rest of the command line has been processed.