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// REQUIRES: arm
// RUN: llvm-mc -filetype=obj -triple=armv7a-none-linux-gnueabi %p/Inputs/arm-tls-get-addr.s -o %t1.o
// RUN: ld.lld %t1.o --shared -o
// RUN: llvm-mc %s -o %t.o -filetype=obj -triple=armv7a-linux-gnueabi
// RUN: ld.lld %t.o -o %t
// RUN: llvm-objdump -s %t | FileCheck %s
/// This tls global-dynamic sequence is with respect to a non-preemptible
/// symbol in an application so a relaxation to Local Exec would normally be
/// possible. This would result in an assertion failure on ARM as the
/// relaxation functions can't be implemented on ARM. Check that the sequence
/// is handled as global dynamic
.syntax unified
.globl func
.p2align 2
.type func,%function
.globl __tls_get_addr
bl __tls_get_addr
bx lr
.p2align 2
.Lt0: .word x(TLSGD) + (. - .L0 - 8)
.globl x
.section .tbss,"awT",%nobits
.p2align 2
.space 4
.type x, %object
// CHECK: Contents of section .got:
/// Module index is always 1 for executable
// CHECK-NEXT: 30268 01000000 00000000
/// Without any definition of __tls_get_addr we get an error
// RUN: not ld.lld %t.o -o /dev/null 2>&1 | FileCheck --check-prefix=ERR %s
// ERR: error: undefined symbol: __tls_get_addr