PATCH not necessary .o linked into smbd
claudiamoroder at st-ulrich.suedtirol.net
Mon Feb 25 12:20:30 GMT 2002
I am in windows now, so I can't test, but as far as I remember, the gnu
linker does not leave out unreferenced funtions.
It could also be important the day we get a true makefile that honours
Von: "Jim McDonough" <jmcd at us.ibm.com>
An: "andreas moroder" <claudiamoroder at st-ulrich.suedtirol.net>
Cc: <mimir at diament.ists.pwr.wroc.pl>; <samba-technical at samba.org>
Gesendet: Montag, 25. Februar 2002 20:12
Betreff: Re: PATCH not necessary .o linked into smbd
> >> libsmb/clirap2 is linked into smbd, nmbd ... but the functions defined
> > inthere are used only in net.
> >I'm not sure yet, but the Net* functions (RAP calls) might be used
> >somewhere in smbd while checking interdomain trust relatonships. When
> >I work further on this code, I'll know. For now, they indeed are used
> >in 'net tool while establishing trust to remote domain (new patch is
> >to finish).
> Is it causing you a problem? The executable code shouldn't be included,
> because most linkers are smart enough to leave out unreferenced functions.
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