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Subject[q] no line info for __init functions?
Hi,

I noticed that if I compile the kernel with -g I cannot use the "list"
command on functions like start_kernel(), sched_init() and many others. By
looking at what is common amongst them I noticed that they are either
__init or __initfunc.

So, the question is - why is this and can it be avoided somehow (via ld
scripts or ld(1) switches?). The gcc is 2.7.2.3, ld is 2.9.1.

Regards,
Tigran.


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