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On Wed, 1 Nov 2000, Keith Owens wrote:
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> LINK_FIRST is processed in the order it is specified, so a.o will be
> linked before z.o when both are present. See the patch.

So why don't you do the same thing for obj-y, then?

Why can't you do

LINK_FIRST=$(obj-y)

and be done with it?

Linus

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