[pkg-golang-devel] Bug#823014: Bug#823014: Bug#823014: Bug#823014: golang: Package compiled stdlib for PIE build mode
michael.hudson at canonical.com
Tue Jul 19 21:49:23 UTC 2016
On 16 July 2016 at 15:40, Peter Colberg <peter at colberg.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 04:04:26PM -0700, Tianon Gravi wrote:
>> - the "Build-Profiles" bits -- I know we should be using
>> build-profiles more intelligently throughout src:golang-X.Y, but is
>> there something specific to PIE itself that makes it more
>> necessary/appropriate than in the normal case?
> It is not specific to PIE. When cross-compiling golang, the generated
> compiler cannot be executed on the host, so the stdlib with PIE mode
> cannot be built using that compiler.
Can we leave fixing the package to be cross-compilable to a separate
effort? It ought to be possible but seems indepedent.
> I have to admit that I did not look at the golang build process in
> detail yet. When finished, does it leave a stage1 compiler for the
> host that could be reused to cross-compile PIE stdlib?
I'm not entirely sure what the question means, but I think the answer
is "yes". The Go story for cross compilation is quite good, although
cgo makes things a bit awkward. We'll need some kind of GOARCH ->
triplet mapping somewhere I guess.
>> - "golang-X.Y-go.install" currently has "pkg/*_*
>> /usr/lib/go-X.Y/pkg/", which will still match
>> "pkg/linux_amd64_shared", and thus include these files _both_ in
>> "golang-1.6-std-pie" and "golang-1.6-go" -- I guess we need to fix
>> that by using "dh_exec" and passing through our GOOS and GOARCH values
>> instead of using globs?
> That was my first and preferred solution, but I could not make dh_exec
> pass GOARCH to the .install scripts, while DEB_HOST_MULTIARCH is passed
> just fine. So now override_dh_install-arch moves the PIE stdlib to the
> correct package after dh_install.
Yeah, we don't define GOARCH in rules directly any more. I guess you
could do something
but that seems a bit nutty.
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