[fpc-pascal] x86_64 linking issue (2.1.4)
alank at shermanloan.com
Thu May 24 18:17:10 CEST 2007
I have successfully ported a Delphi DLL to a compiled shared library
under 32-bit linux using free pascal, and it works wonderfully.
Yesterday, I decided to try and port it over to the x86_64 architecture
For the most part, everything went smoothly - there was a small issue
which I resolved using PtrInt instead of integer, and all units now compile.
The problem arises when the linker attempts to put all the pieces
together into one .so :
/usr/bin/ld: uCUNASP_CLCalc.o: relocation R_X86_64_32S against
`U_UCUNASP_CLCALC_CUNASPCLSET' can not be used when making a shared
object; recompile with -fPIC
uCUNASP_CLCalc.o: could not read symbols: Bad value
I have successfully created a shared library, so it is not an -fPIC
issue (I think, and am compiling with the -Cg flag as well).
The CUNASPCLSET refers to a public unit-wide variable (a custom record
type). If I redeclare the record type as an object and dynamically
create the variable in the unit's initialization section (and free it up
on finalization), then the error disappears, and a similar issue pops up
with another record type in a different unit.
Again - the code works fine on 32-bit linux, but not for x86_64. Does
anyone have any ideas?
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