Subject: Is lld the linker we need for our project ?
Date: Tuesday 11th March 2014 16:52:00 UTC (over 3 years ago)
Hi, We are currently developing an LLVM-based compilation toolchain for a micro-controller, but would need some advice about whether we should use lld as linker. So far we managed to write a basic target handler to read ELF files generated by llc and link them (and relocations seem to be applied correctly). But we have target-specific requirements: - the program will be loaded into memory as-is, there is no runtime linker - data and code must be located in different areas of memory so we should be able to specify a different base address for different sections - parts of the code (such as interrupt vectors) must be located at specific addresses - we will also need to be able to specify (in a map file) the address of any function or static variable Is any of those requirements incompatible with lld ? And if not, any hints about how to implement them (or any lld documentation I might have missed) ? Thanks a lot in advance, Rod