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mips: ubldr: use truncated load address for mips32
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Authored by kevans on Sep 2 2019, 2:12 AM.

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BFD appears to silently truncate 0xffffffff80800000 when it processes the ldscript for 32-bit mips, but LLD chokes on it as the linker script tries to place elements above 32-bit range. It's unclear to me if silent truncation is kosher or not and whether this patch is really what we want to do, but it is one approach at least.

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Seems not at all right to me...

stand/mips/uboot/Makefile
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this is a nop for mipsel machines.

In D21487#467962, @imp wrote:

Seems not at all right to me...

Yeah...

stand/mips/uboot/Makefile
21

Whoops, should have gone for :Mmips64* otherwise use truncated default...

stand/mips/uboot/Makefile
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Yea, either way... There's no good way to define predicates in make :(

I fear this is the last bad choice we have.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Sep 11 2019, 1:18 AM
This revision was automatically updated to reflect the committed changes.