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Function dmd.backend.elfobj.ElfObj_reftodatseg

Refer to address that is in the data segment.

extern(C++) void ElfObj_reftodatseg (
  int seg,
  ulong offset,
  ulong val,
  uint targetdatum,
  int flags


seg = where the address is going offset = offset within seg val = displacement from address targetdatum = DATA, CDATA or UDATA, depending where the address is flags = CFoff, CFseg, CFoffset64, CFswitch


int *abc = &def[3]; to allocate storage: ElfObj_reftodatseg(DATA,offset,3 * (int *).sizeof,UDATA);


For I64 && (flags & CFoffset64) && (flags & CFswitch) targetdatum is a symidx rather than a segment.


Walter Bright


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