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SubjectRe: test10-pre7 (LINK ordering)
Linus Torvalds wrote:
>
[snip]
>
> That was going to be my next question if somebody actually said "sure".
>
> The question was rhetorical, since the way LINK_FIRST is implemented
> means
> that it has all the same problems that $(obj-y) has, and is hard to get
> right in the generic case (but you can get it trivially right for the
> subset case, like for USB).


So now we have something in 2.4.0-test10, but there's
still a problem. Help is appreciated^W wanted. !!!

With CONFIG_USB=y and all other USB modules built as
modules (=m), linking usbdrv.o into the kernel image
gives this:

ld -m elf_i386 -T /work/linsrc/240-test10/arch/i386/vmlinux.lds -e stext
arch/i386/kernel/head.o arch/i386/kernel/init_task.o init/main.o
init/version.o \
--start-group \
arch/i386/kernel/kernel.o arch/i386/mm/mm.o kernel/kernel.o
mm/mm.o fs/fs.o ipc/ipc.o \
drivers/block/block.o drivers/char/char.o drivers/misc/misc.o
drivers/net/net.o drivers/media/media.o drivers/parport/parport.a
drivers/ide/idedriver.o drivers/scsi/scsidrv.o drivers/cdrom/cdrom.a
drivers/sound/sounddrivers.o drivers/pci/pci.a drivers/video/video.o
drivers/usb/usbdrv.o drivers/input/inputdrv.o drivers/i2c/i2c.o \
net/network.o \
/work/linsrc/240-test10/arch/i386/lib/lib.a
/work/linsrc/240-test10/lib/lib.a
/work/linsrc/240-test10/arch/i386/lib/lib.a \
--end-group \
-o vmlinux
drivers/usb/usbdrv.o(.data+0x2f4): undefined reference to
`__this_module'
make: *** [vmlinux] Error 1
[rdunlap@dragon linux]$


I believe that this is caused by drivers/usb/inode.c:

static DECLARE_FSTYPE(usbdevice_fs_type, "usbdevfs",
usbdevfs_read_super, 0);

in which this macro uses "THIS_MODULE". inode.c already #includes
module.h. What else does it need to do?
(inode.c is part of the usbcore in this case, so it shouldn't be
compiled with -DMODULE.)

Help ?!?

~Randy
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