[Buildroot] [PATCH next v6 07/10] core: implement per-package SDK and target
thomas.petazzoni at bootlin.com
Thu Dec 6 10:58:22 UTC 2018
On Thu, 6 Dec 2018 11:42:37 +0100, Andreas Naumann wrote:
> > Nope, this is expected. During the build output/host/lib doesn't exist,
> of course
> > it's only populated at the very end of the build in host-finalize. So
> > indeed the RPATH of binaries point to various per-package host/lib
> > folders. This is totally expected.
> Hmm, at this stage the host-finalize step was already run, so now
> output/host does exist.
Yes, but the RPATH of host binaries are not fixed up in host-finalize.
They are fixed up as part of prepare-sdk:
@$(call MESSAGE,"Rendering the SDK relocatable")
so it is totally expected that at the end of the build the host
binaries carry those RPATH pointing to per-package host/lib folders.
And it is not a problem: those folders exist, they contain the right
libraries, so it's perfectly fine.
> >> After 'make prepare-sdk'
> >> $ readelf -d output/host/sbin/mkfs.ext3
> >> shows
> >> 0x000000000000001d (RUNPATH) Bibliothek runpath: 
> > This is obviously not good :-)
> > Thanks for reporting that, I'll have a look. I guess it's simply the
> > fixup of RPATH from absolute to relative that goes wrong.
> Would moving the fix-rpath step from prepare-sdk to host-finalize hurt?
It would not fix your problem: this fix-rpath step is currently broken
as it doesn't understand how to rewrite those RPATHs that point to
So there are really two separate things:
- Fixing the fix-rpath logic so that it works with per-package
host/lib RPATHs. This is mandatory. After doing that, at the end of
the build, the RPATH would still point to per-package host/lib, but
after prepare-sdk you will have again the correct relative RPATH you
used to have before the per-package stuff.
- Moving fix-rpath at the end of the build so that instead of those
weird per-package host/lib RPATH, you have nice relative RPATHs,
without the need to run prepare-sdk. This is not mandatory at all,
and would be just for convenience/beauty.
Thomas Petazzoni, CTO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
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