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SubjectRe: Stripped binary insertion with the GNU Linker suggestions (fwd)
On Fri, 11 Jul 2003, Larry McVoy wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 04:19:55PM +0100, Jon Masters wrote:
> > I have seen other nasty ways to do this involving converting the image to
> > byte values in very large arrays or inserting literal byte values in to
> > the output file but there just has to be a generic method for inserting
> > an image in to the middle of an output file.
> No, there isn't, at least I haven't found one.

Arrgh! :-).

In that case I might take you up on the BK idea or write something using
bfd to munge the elf content - odd that it does not exist already.

The reason I want it is that I am creating a single elf output file which
is loaded in to SDRAM by a SystemACE chip and in order for that to work
correctly I need to give the appropriate tools a single elf input
containing everything where I want it to be loaded in memory.

Fun for the weekend I suppose... :-).


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