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 * Copyright (c) 2013-2014, Wind River Systems, Inc.
 * SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

 * @file
 * @brief GCC toolchain linker defs
 * This header file defines the necessary macros used by the linker script for
 * use with the GCC linker.


#if defined(CONFIG_ARM)
	OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-littlearm", "elf32-bigarm", "elf32-littlearm")
#elif defined(CONFIG_ARC)
	OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-littlearc", "elf32-bigarc", "elf32-littlearc")
#elif defined(CONFIG_X86)
	#if  defined(__IAMCU)
		OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-i386", "elf32-i386", "elf32-i386")
#elif defined(CONFIG_NIOS2)
	OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-littlenios2", "elf32-bignios2", "elf32-littlenios2")
#elif defined(CONFIG_RISCV32)
#elif defined(CONFIG_XTENSA)
	/* Not needed */
	#error Arch not supported.

 * The GROUP_START() and GROUP_END() macros are used to define a group
 * of sections located in one memory area, such as RAM, ROM, etc.
 * The <where> parameter is the name of the memory area.
#define GROUP_START(where)
#define GROUP_END(where)

 * The GROUP_LINK_IN() macro is located at the end of the section
 * description and tells the linker that this section is located in
 * the memory area specified by <where> argument.
#define GROUP_LINK_IN(where) > where

 * As GROUP_LINK_IN(), but takes a second argument indicating the
 * memory region (e.g. "ROM") for the load address.  Used for
 * initialized data sections that on XIP platforms must be copied at
 * startup.
 * And, because output directives in GNU ld are "sticky", this must
 * also be used on the first section *after* such an initialized data
 * section, specifying the same memory region (e.g. "RAM") for both
 * vregion and lregion.
#define GROUP_DATA_LINK_IN(vregion, lregion) > vregion AT> lregion
#define GROUP_DATA_LINK_IN(vregion, lregion) > vregion

 * The GROUP_FOLLOWS_AT() macro is located at the end of the section
 * and indicates that the section does not specify an address at which
 * it is to be loaded, but that it follows a section which did specify
 * such an address
#define GROUP_FOLLOWS_AT(where) AT > where

 * The SECTION_PROLOGUE() macro is used to define the beginning of a section.
 * The <name> parameter is the name of the section, and the <option> parameter
 * is to include any special options such as (NOLOAD). Page alignment has its
 * own parameter since it needs abstraction across the different toolchains.
 * If not required, the <options> and <align> parameters should be left blank.

#define SECTION_PROLOGUE(name, options, align) name options : align

 * As for SECTION_PROLOGUE(), except that this one must (!) be used
 * for data sections which on XIP platforms will have differing
 * virtual and load addresses (i.e. they'll be copied into RAM at
 * program startup).  Such a section must (!) also use
 * GROUP_LINK_IN_LMA to specify the correct output load address.
#define SECTION_DATA_PROLOGUE(name, options, align) \
	name options : ALIGN_WITH_INPUT align
#define SECTION_DATA_PROLOGUE(name, options, align) name options : align

#define SORT_BY_NAME(x) SORT(x)
#define OPTIONAL


#endif /* !__LINKER_TOOL_GCC_H */