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Re: dh_strip and -X



On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 03:20:12PM -0600, Steve Langasek wrote:
> Every ELF binary I've ever seen has a .text section, so I'm sure there 
> must be more to it than that.  Either ocaml's compiler is placing 
> important data in a section normally not used for non-expendable 
> information, or strip (or the standard Debian use of strip) is 
> mistakenly removing a section/symbol which it shouldn't.  /Something/ 
> has a bug, so it would be nice if this was fixed (at least eventually) 
> so that ocaml-based binaries can also benefit from strip. :)

I don't know very well the ocaml executable internals, so I will forward
this question to the ocaml development team.

[ BTW we are slowly going OT :]

Tnx, cheers.

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