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authorGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2006-08-02 21:19:09 +0000
committerGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2006-08-02 21:19:09 +0000
commit9ab4e56e94d56848a3e883e4e1610986a523dbe5 (patch)
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Add support for mklibs (strips unused syms from shared libs such as uClibc)
based on a patch from akvadrako, and using a version of mklibs.py that was massively hacked up by andersee and mjn3 for uClibc support.
Diffstat (limited to 'toolchain/mklibs')
-rw-r--r--toolchain/mklibs/Config.in6
-rw-r--r--toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.mk49
-rw-r--r--toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py597
3 files changed, 652 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/toolchain/mklibs/Config.in b/toolchain/mklibs/Config.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..faf0ab46aa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolchain/mklibs/Config.in
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+config BR2_MKLIBS
+ bool "Run mklibs on the built root filesystem"
+ default n
+ help
+ Recompiles all the shared libraries to only include the
+ symbols actually needed to run the binaries on the target
diff --git a/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.mk b/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.mk
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..b7010176a2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.mk
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+######################################################################
+#
+# mklibs
+#
+######################################################################
+MKLIBS_PROGRAM:=$(STAGING_DIR)/bin/mklibs.py
+
+$(MKLIBS_PROGRAM): toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py
+ cp -a toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py $@
+
+mklibs-clean:
+ rm -f $(MKLIBS_PROGRAM)
+
+mklibs-dirclean:
+ true
+
+#############################################################
+#
+# Run mklibs
+#
+#############################################################
+MKLIBS_PYTHON:=$(shell which python)
+ifeq ($(MKLIBS_PYTHON),)
+ MKLIBS_PYTHON=/usr/bin/python
+endif
+
+$(STAGING_DIR)/mklibs-stamp: $(MKLIBS_PROGRAM) $(MKLIBS_PYTHON) $(STAGING_DIR)/lib/*
+ find $(TARGET_DIR) -type f -perm +100 -exec \
+ file -r -N -F '' {} + | \
+ awk ' /executable.*dynamically/ { print $$1 }' > $(STAGING_DIR)/mklibs-progs
+ cd $(TARGET_DIR); PATH=$(PATH):$(STAGING_DIR)/bin $(MKLIBS_PYTHON) $(MKLIBS_PROGRAM) \
+ --target $(REAL_GNU_TARGET_NAME) --root $(STAGING_DIR) -d ./ \
+ `cat $(STAGING_DIR)/mklibs-progs`
+ touch $@
+
+# this empty target allows a mklibs dependeny to be included in the
+# target targets, but it will be only invoked if BR2_MKLIBS is conf'ed
+.PHONY: mklibs
+mklibs:
+
+#############################################################
+#
+# Toplevel Makefile options
+#
+#############################################################
+
+ifeq ($(strip $(BR2_MKLIBS)),y)
+mklibs: $(STAGING_DIR)/mklibs-stamp
+endif
diff --git a/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py b/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..a84fd42fa2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/toolchain/mklibs/mklibs.py
@@ -0,0 +1,597 @@
+#! /usr/bin/python
+
+# mklibs.py: An automated way to create a minimal /lib/ directory.
+#
+# Copyright 2001 by Falk Hueffner <falk@debian.org>
+# & Goswin Brederlow <goswin.brederlow@student.uni-tuebingen.de>
+#
+# mklibs.sh by Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>
+# used as template
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
+
+# HOW IT WORKS
+#
+# - Gather all unresolved symbols and libraries needed by the programs
+# and reduced libraries
+# - Gather all symbols provided by the already reduced libraries
+# (none on the first pass)
+# - If all symbols are provided we are done
+# - go through all libraries and remember what symbols they provide
+# - go through all unresolved/needed symbols and mark them as used
+# - for each library:
+# - find pic file (if not present copy and strip the so)
+# - compile in only used symbols
+# - strip
+# - back to the top
+
+# TODO
+# * complete argument parsing as given as comment in main
+
+import commands
+import string
+import re
+import sys
+import os
+import glob
+import getopt
+from stat import *
+
+DEBUG_NORMAL = 1
+DEBUG_VERBOSE = 2
+DEBUG_SPAM = 3
+
+debuglevel = DEBUG_NORMAL
+
+def debug(level, *msg):
+ if debuglevel >= level:
+ print string.join(msg)
+
+# A simple set class. It should be replaced with the standard sets.Set
+# type as soon as Python 2.3 is out.
+class Set:
+ def __init__(self):
+ self.__dict = {}
+
+ def add(self, obj):
+ self.__dict[obj] = 1
+
+ def contains(self, obj):
+ return self.__dict.has_key(obj)
+
+ def merge(self, s):
+ for e in s.elems():
+ self.add(e)
+
+ def elems(self):
+ return self.__dict.keys()
+
+ def size(self):
+ return len(self.__dict)
+
+ def __eq__(self, other):
+ return self.__dict == other.__dict
+
+ def __str__(self):
+ return `self.__dict.keys()`
+
+ def __repr__(self):
+ return `self.__dict.keys()`
+
+# return a list of lines of output of the command
+def command(command, *args):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "calling", command, string.join(args))
+ (status, output) = commands.getstatusoutput(command + ' ' + string.join(args))
+ if os.WEXITSTATUS(status) != 0:
+ print "Command failed with status", os.WEXITSTATUS(status), ":", \
+ command, string.join(args)
+ print "With output:", output
+ sys.exit(1)
+ return string.split(output, '\n')
+
+# Filter a list according to a regexp containing a () group. Return
+# a Set.
+def regexpfilter(list, regexp, groupnr = 1):
+ pattern = re.compile(regexp)
+ result = Set()
+ for x in list:
+ match = pattern.match(x)
+ if match:
+ result.add(match.group(groupnr))
+
+ return result
+
+# Return a Set of rpath strings for the passed object
+def rpath(obj):
+ if not os.access(obj, os.F_OK):
+ raise "Cannot find lib: " + obj
+ output = command(target + "objdump", "--private-headers", obj)
+ return map(lambda x: root + "/" + x, regexpfilter(output, ".*RPATH\s*(\S+)$").elems())
+
+# Return a Set of libraries the passed objects depend on.
+def library_depends(obj):
+ if not os.access(obj, os.F_OK):
+ raise "Cannot find lib: " + obj
+ output = command(target + "objdump", "--private-headers", obj)
+ return regexpfilter(output, ".*NEEDED\s*(\S+)$")
+
+# Return a list of libraries the passed objects depend on. The
+# libraries are in "-lfoo" format suitable for passing to gcc.
+def library_depends_gcc_libnames(obj):
+ if not os.access(obj, os.F_OK):
+ raise "Cannot find lib: " + obj
+ output = command(target + "objdump", "--private-headers", obj)
+ output = regexpfilter(output, ".*NEEDED\s*lib(\S+)\.so.*$")
+ if not output.elems():
+ return ""
+ else:
+ return "-l" + string.join(output.elems(), " -l")
+
+# Scan readelf output. Example:
+# Num: Value Size Type Bind Vis Ndx Name
+# 1: 000000012002ab48 168 FUNC GLOBAL DEFAULT UND strchr@GLIBC_2.0 (2)
+symline_regexp = \
+ re.compile("\s*\d+: .+\s+\d+\s+\w+\s+(\w+)+\s+\w+\s+(\w+)\s+([^\s@]+)")
+
+# Return undefined symbols in an object as a Set of tuples (name, weakness)
+def undefined_symbols(obj):
+ if not os.access(obj, os.F_OK):
+ raise "Cannot find lib" + obj
+
+ result = Set()
+ output = command(target + "readelf", "-s", "-W", obj)
+ for line in output:
+ match = symline_regexp.match(line)
+ if match:
+ bind, ndx, name = match.groups()
+ if ndx == "UND":
+ result.add((name, bind == "WEAK"))
+ return result
+
+# Return a Set of symbols provided by a library
+def provided_symbols(obj):
+ if not os.access(obj, os.F_OK):
+ raise "Cannot find lib" + obj
+
+ result = Set()
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "provided_symbols result = ", `result`)
+ output = command(target + "readelf", "-s", "-W", obj)
+ for line in output:
+ match = symline_regexp.match(line)
+ if match:
+ bind, ndx, name = match.groups()
+ if bind != "LOCAL" and not ndx in ("UND", "ABS"):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "provided_symbols adding ", `name`)
+ result.add(name)
+ return result
+
+# Return real target of a symlink
+def resolve_link(file):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "resolving", file)
+ while S_ISLNK(os.lstat(file)[ST_MODE]):
+ new_file = os.readlink(file)
+ if new_file[0] != "/":
+ file = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(file), new_file)
+ else:
+ file = new_file
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "resolved to", file)
+ return file
+
+# Find complete path of a library, by searching in lib_path
+def find_lib(lib):
+ for path in lib_path:
+ if os.access(path + "/" + lib, os.F_OK):
+ return path + "/" + lib
+
+ return ""
+
+# Find a PIC archive for the library
+def find_pic(lib):
+ base_name = so_pattern.match(lib).group(1)
+ for path in lib_path:
+ for file in glob.glob(path + "/" + base_name + "_pic.a"):
+ if os.access(file, os.F_OK):
+ return resolve_link(file)
+ return ""
+
+# Find a PIC .map file for the library
+def find_pic_map(lib):
+ base_name = so_pattern.match(lib).group(1)
+ for path in lib_path:
+ for file in glob.glob(path + "/" + base_name + "_pic.map"):
+ if os.access(file, os.F_OK):
+ return resolve_link(file)
+ return ""
+
+def extract_soname(so_file):
+ soname_data = regexpfilter(command(target + "readelf", "--all", "-W", so_file),
+ ".*SONAME.*\[(.*)\].*")
+ if soname_data.elems():
+ return soname_data.elems()[0]
+
+ return ""
+def usage(was_err):
+ if was_err:
+ outfd = sys.stderr
+ else:
+ outfd = sys.stdout
+ print >> outfd, "Usage: mklibs [OPTION]... -d DEST FILE ..."
+ print >> outfd, "Make a set of minimal libraries for FILE(s) in DEST."
+ print >> outfd, ""
+ print >> outfd, " -d, --dest-dir DIRECTORY create libraries in DIRECTORY"
+ print >> outfd, " -D, --no-default-lib omit default libpath (", string.join(default_lib_path, " : "), ")"
+ print >> outfd, " -L DIRECTORY[:DIRECTORY]... add DIRECTORY(s) to the library search path"
+ print >> outfd, " --ldlib LDLIB use LDLIB for the dynamic linker"
+ print >> outfd, " --libc-extras-dir DIRECTORY look for libc extra files in DIRECTORY"
+ # Ugh... Adding the trailing '-' breaks common practice.
+ #print >> outfd, " --target TARGET prepend TARGET- to the gcc and binutils calls"
+ print >> outfd, " --target TARGET prepend TARGET to the gcc and binutils calls"
+ print >> outfd, " --root ROOT search in ROOT for library rpaths"
+ print >> outfd, " -v, --verbose explain what is being done"
+ print >> outfd, " -h, --help display this help and exit"
+ sys.exit(was_err)
+
+def version(vers):
+ print "mklibs: version ",vers
+ print ""
+
+#################### main ####################
+## Usage: ./mklibs.py [OPTION]... -d DEST FILE ...
+## Make a set of minimal libraries for FILE ... in directory DEST.
+##
+## Options:
+## -L DIRECTORY Add DIRECTORY to library search path.
+## -D, --no-default-lib Do not use default lib directories of /lib:/usr/lib
+## -n, --dry-run Don't actually run any commands; just print them.
+## -v, --verbose Print additional progress information.
+## -V, --version Print the version number and exit.
+## -h, --help Print this help and exit.
+## --ldlib Name of dynamic linker (overwrites environment variable ldlib)
+## --libc-extras-dir Directory for libc extra files
+## --target Use as prefix for gcc or binutils calls
+##
+## -d, --dest-dir DIRECTORY Create libraries in DIRECTORY.
+##
+## Required arguments for long options are also mandatory for the short options.
+
+# Clean the environment
+vers="0.12 with uClibc fixes"
+os.environ['LC_ALL'] = "C"
+
+# Argument parsing
+opts = "L:DnvVhd:r:"
+longopts = ["no-default-lib", "dry-run", "verbose", "version", "help",
+ "dest-dir=", "ldlib=", "libc-extras-dir=", "target=", "root="]
+
+# some global variables
+lib_rpath = []
+lib_path = []
+dest_path = "DEST"
+ldlib = "LDLIB"
+include_default_lib_path = "yes"
+default_lib_path = ["/lib/", "/usr/lib/", "/usr/X11R6/lib/"]
+libc_extras_dir = "/usr/lib/libc_pic"
+target = ""
+root = ""
+so_pattern = re.compile("((lib|ld).*)\.so(\..+)*")
+script_pattern = re.compile("^#!\s*/")
+
+try:
+ optlist, proglist = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], opts, longopts)
+except getopt.GetoptError, msg:
+ print >> sys.stderr, msg
+ usage(1)
+
+for opt, arg in optlist:
+ if opt in ("-v", "--verbose"):
+ if debuglevel < DEBUG_SPAM:
+ debuglevel = debuglevel + 1
+ elif opt == "-L":
+ lib_path.extend(string.split(arg, ":"))
+ elif opt in ("-d", "--dest-dir"):
+ dest_path = arg
+ elif opt in ("-D", "--no-default-lib"):
+ include_default_lib_path = "no"
+ elif opt == "--ldlib":
+ ldlib = arg
+ elif opt == "--libc-extras-dir":
+ libc_extras_dir = arg
+ elif opt == "--target":
+ #target = arg + "-"
+ target = arg
+ elif opt in ("-r", "--root"):
+ root = arg
+ elif opt in ("--help", "-h"):
+ usage(0)
+ sys.exit(0)
+ elif opt in ("--version", "-V"):
+ version(vers)
+ sys.exit(0)
+ else:
+ print "WARNING: unknown option: " + opt + "\targ: " + arg
+
+if include_default_lib_path == "yes":
+ lib_path.extend(default_lib_path)
+
+if ldlib == "LDLIB":
+ ldlib = os.getenv("ldlib")
+
+objects = {} # map from inode to filename
+for prog in proglist:
+ inode = os.stat(prog)[ST_INO]
+ if objects.has_key(inode):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, prog, "is a hardlink to", objects[inode])
+ elif so_pattern.match(prog):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, prog, "is a library")
+ elif script_pattern.match(open(prog).read(256)):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, prog, "is a script")
+ else:
+ objects[inode] = prog
+
+if not ldlib:
+ pattern = re.compile(".*Requesting program interpreter:.*/([^\]/]+).*")
+ for obj in objects.values():
+ output = command(target + "readelf", "--program-headers", obj)
+ for x in output:
+ match = pattern.match(x)
+ if match:
+ ldlib = match.group(1)
+ break
+ if ldlib:
+ break
+
+if not ldlib:
+ sys.exit("E: Dynamic linker not found, aborting.")
+
+debug(DEBUG_NORMAL, "I: Using", ldlib, "as dynamic linker.")
+
+pattern = re.compile(".*ld-uClibc.*");
+if pattern.match(ldlib):
+ uclibc = 1
+else:
+ uclibc = 0
+
+# Check for rpaths
+for obj in objects.values():
+ rpath_val = rpath(obj)
+ if rpath_val:
+ if root:
+ if debuglevel >= DEBUG_VERBOSE:
+ print "Adding rpath " + string.join(rpath_val, ":") + " for " + obj
+ lib_rpath.extend(rpath_val)
+ else:
+ print "warning: " + obj + " may need rpath, but --root not specified"
+
+lib_path.extend(lib_rpath)
+
+passnr = 1
+previous_pass_unresolved = Set()
+while 1:
+ debug(DEBUG_NORMAL, "I: library reduction pass", `passnr`)
+ if debuglevel >= DEBUG_VERBOSE:
+ print "Objects:",
+ for obj in objects.values():
+ print obj[string.rfind(obj, '/') + 1:],
+ print
+
+ passnr = passnr + 1
+ # Gather all already reduced libraries and treat them as objects as well
+ small_libs = []
+ for lib in regexpfilter(os.listdir(dest_path), "(.*-so-stripped)$").elems():
+ obj = dest_path + "/" + lib
+ small_libs.append(obj)
+ inode = os.stat(obj)[ST_INO]
+ if objects.has_key(inode):
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, obj, "is hardlink to", objects[inode])
+ else:
+ objects[inode] = obj
+
+ # DEBUG
+ for obj in objects.values():
+ small_libs.append(obj)
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "Object:", obj)
+
+ # calculate what symbols and libraries are needed
+ needed_symbols = Set() # Set of (name, weakness-flag)
+ libraries = Set()
+ for obj in objects.values():
+ needed_symbols.merge(undefined_symbols(obj))
+ libraries.merge(library_depends(obj))
+
+ # FIXME: on i386 this is undefined but not marked UND
+ # I don't know how to detect those symbols but this seems
+ # to be the only one and including it on alpha as well
+ # doesn't hurt. I guess all archs can live with this.
+ needed_symbols.add(("sys_siglist", 1))
+
+ # calculate what symbols are present in small_libs
+ present_symbols = Set()
+ for lib in small_libs:
+ present_symbols.merge(provided_symbols(lib))
+
+ # are we finished?
+ using_ctor_dtor = 0
+ num_unresolved = 0
+ present_symbols_elems = present_symbols.elems()
+ unresolved = Set()
+ for (symbol, is_weak) in needed_symbols.elems():
+ if not symbol in present_symbols_elems:
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "Still need:", symbol, `is_weak`)
+ unresolved.add((symbol, is_weak))
+ num_unresolved = num_unresolved + 1
+
+ debug (DEBUG_NORMAL, `needed_symbols.size()`, "symbols,",
+ `num_unresolved`, "unresolved")
+
+ if num_unresolved == 0:
+ break
+
+ if unresolved == previous_pass_unresolved:
+ # No progress in last pass. Verify all remaining symbols are weak.
+ for (symbol, is_weak) in unresolved.elems():
+ if not is_weak:
+ raise "Unresolvable symbol " + symbol
+ break
+
+ previous_pass_unresolved = unresolved
+
+ library_symbols = {}
+ library_symbols_used = {}
+ symbol_provider = {}
+
+ # Calculate all symbols each library provides
+ for library in libraries.elems():
+ path = find_lib(library)
+ if not path:
+ sys.exit("Library not found: " + library + " in path: "
+ + string.join(lib_path, " : "))
+ symbols = provided_symbols(path)
+ library_symbols[library] = Set()
+ library_symbols_used[library] = Set()
+ for symbol in symbols.elems():
+ if symbol_provider.has_key(symbol):
+ # in doubt, prefer symbols from libc
+ if re.match("^libc[\.-]", library):
+ library_symbols[library].add(symbol)
+ symbol_provider[symbol] = library
+ else:
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "duplicate symbol", symbol, "in",
+ symbol_provider[symbol], "and", library)
+ else:
+ library_symbols[library].add(symbol)
+ symbol_provider[symbol] = library
+
+ # Fixup support for constructors and destructors
+ if symbol_provider.has_key("_init"):
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, library, ": Library has a constructor!");
+ using_ctor_dtor = 1
+ library_symbols[library].add("_init")
+ symbol_provider["_init"] = library
+ library_symbols_used[library].add("_init")
+
+ if symbol_provider.has_key("_fini"):
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, library, ": Library has a destructor!");
+ using_ctor_dtor = 1
+ library_symbols[library].add("_fini")
+ symbol_provider["_fini"] = library
+ library_symbols_used[library].add("_fini")
+
+ # which symbols are actually used from each lib
+ for (symbol, is_weak) in needed_symbols.elems():
+ if not symbol_provider.has_key(symbol):
+ if not is_weak:
+ if not uclibc or (symbol != "main"):
+ raise "No library provides non-weak " + symbol
+ else:
+ lib = symbol_provider[symbol]
+ library_symbols_used[lib].add(symbol)
+
+ # reduce libraries
+ for library in libraries.elems():
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "reducing", library)
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "using: " + string.join(library_symbols_used[library].elems()))
+ so_file = find_lib(library)
+ if root and (re.compile("^" + root).search(so_file)):
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "no action required for " + so_file)
+ continue
+ so_file_name = os.path.basename(so_file)
+ if not so_file:
+ sys.exit("File not found:" + library)
+ pic_file = find_pic(library)
+ if not pic_file:
+ # No pic file, so we have to use the .so file, no reduction
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "No pic file found for", so_file, "; copying")
+ command(target + "objcopy", "--strip-unneeded -R .note -R .comment",
+ so_file, dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so-stripped")
+ else:
+ # we have a pic file, recompile
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "extracting from:", pic_file, "so_file:", so_file)
+ soname = extract_soname(so_file)
+ if soname == "":
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, so_file, " has no soname, copying")
+ continue
+ debug(DEBUG_SPAM, "soname:", soname)
+ base_name = so_pattern.match(library).group(1)
+ # libc needs its soinit.o and sofini.o as well as the pic
+ if (base_name == "libc") and not uclibc:
+ # force dso_handle.os to be included, otherwise reduced libc
+ # may segfault in ptmalloc_init due to undefined weak reference
+ extra_flags = find_lib(ldlib) + " -u __dso_handle"
+ extra_pre_obj = libc_extras_dir + "/soinit.o"
+ extra_post_obj = libc_extras_dir + "/sofini.o"
+ else:
+ extra_flags = ""
+ extra_pre_obj = ""
+ extra_post_obj = ""
+ map_file = find_pic_map(library)
+ if map_file:
+ extra_flags = extra_flags + " -Wl,--version-script=" + map_file
+ if library_symbols_used[library].elems():
+ joined_symbols = "-u" + string.join(library_symbols_used[library].elems(), " -u")
+ else:
+ joined_symbols = ""
+ if using_ctor_dtor == 1:
+ extra_flags = extra_flags + " -shared"
+ # compile in only used symbols
+ command(target + "gcc",
+ "-nostdlib -nostartfiles -shared -Wl,-soname=" + soname,\
+ joined_symbols, \
+ "-o", dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so", \
+ extra_pre_obj, \
+ pic_file, \
+ extra_post_obj, \
+ extra_flags, \
+ "-lgcc -L", dest_path, \
+ "-L" + string.join(lib_path, " -L"), \
+ library_depends_gcc_libnames(so_file))
+ # strip result
+ command(target + "objcopy", "--strip-unneeded -R .note -R .comment",
+ dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so",
+ dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so-stripped")
+ ## DEBUG
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, so_file, "\t", `os.stat(so_file)[ST_SIZE]`)
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so", "\t",
+ `os.stat(dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so")[ST_SIZE]`)
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so-stripped",
+ "\t", `os.stat(dest_path + "/" + so_file_name + "-so-stripped")[ST_SIZE]`)
+
+# Finalising libs and cleaning up
+for lib in regexpfilter(os.listdir(dest_path), "(.*)-so-stripped$").elems():
+ os.rename(dest_path + "/" + lib + "-so-stripped", dest_path + "/" + lib)
+for lib in regexpfilter(os.listdir(dest_path), "(.*-so)$").elems():
+ os.remove(dest_path + "/" + lib)
+
+# Canonicalize library names.
+for lib in regexpfilter(os.listdir(dest_path), "(.*so[.\d]*)$").elems():
+ this_lib_path = dest_path + "/" + lib
+ if os.path.islink(this_lib_path):
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "Unlinking %s." % lib)
+ os.remove(this_lib_path)
+ continue
+ soname = extract_soname(this_lib_path)
+ if soname:
+ debug(DEBUG_VERBOSE, "Moving %s to %s." % (lib, soname))
+ os.rename(dest_path + "/" + lib, dest_path + "/" + soname)
+
+# Make sure the dynamic linker is present and is executable
+ld_file = find_lib(ldlib)
+ld_file_name = os.path.basename(ld_file)
+
+if not os.access(dest_path + "/" + ld_file_name, os.F_OK):
+ debug(DEBUG_NORMAL, "I: stripping and copying dynamic linker.")
+ command(target + "objcopy", "--strip-unneeded -R .note -R .comment",
+ ld_file, dest_path + "/" + ld_file_name)
+
+os.chmod(dest_path + "/" + ld_file_name, 0755)