[lldb-dev] ELF file header e_machine number registration, question
jlw at xinuos.com
Mon Jun 16 06:46:05 PDT 2014
I will be happy to be of assistance. Can I ask you to submit a pro
forma request to either:
registry at xinuos.com
registry at sco.com
and provide a company contact (e-mail is sufficient ) as well as the
machine description as CSR would like it to appear in Chapter 4 of the
generic System V Application Binary Interface. We do not need to
consume lldb-dev bandwidth for this registration process.
I am assuming that you wish to keep the EM_KALIMBA e_machine name.
Once I get the machine description from the request, I can complete the
registration and will add EM_KALIMBA
to the patch that I have prepared to submit to LLVM.
On 6/16/2014 7:59 AM, Matthew Gardiner wrote:
> It now seems that my colleagues are happy to register properly with
> xinuos, and fix internal tools as needs be, when the new e_machine
> number becomes available.
> Matthew Gardiner wrote:
>> Thanks again John,
>> However, I'd just like to get my original question clearly answered.
>> Can I submit upstream a machine definition from the "random" range i.e.
>> + EM_KALIMBA = 29420 // Kalimba
>> or do we *need* a properly registered number in order to comply?
>> Some folks in my firm are somewhat resistant of the change (due to
>> tools breakage etc.), and will need strong justification before I can
>> make the registration request.
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