qcc -N XXX versus strip

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Mike Gorchak

qcc -N XXX versus strip

Post by Mike Gorchak » Fri Nov 09, 2007 6:24 am

Hello, All!

Executing strip command on executable without any options, like "strip
executable", which was compiled with custom stack size via "qcc -N XXX",
restores stack size to its default value.

With best regards, Mike Gorchak. E-mail: mike@malva.ua

Colin Burgess

Re: qcc -N XXX versus strip

Post by Colin Burgess » Fri Nov 09, 2007 9:09 am

That's understandable - strip removes any sections that are not marked ALLOC,
which includes the .note section that contains the stacksize notes.

Regards,

Colin

Mike Gorchak wrote:
Hello, All!

Executing strip command on executable without any options, like "strip
executable", which was compiled with custom stack size via "qcc -N XXX",
restores stack size to its default value.

With best regards, Mike Gorchak. E-mail: mike@malva.ua

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