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# RUN: llvm-mc -triple=x86_64-windows-gnu %s -filetype=obj -o %t1.obj
# RUN: llvm-mc -triple=x86_64-windows-gnu %S/Inputs/associative-comdat-mingw-2.s -filetype=obj -o %t2.obj
# RUN: lld-link -lldmingw -entry:main %t1.obj %t2.obj -out:%t.gc.exe -verbose
# RUN: llvm-readobj --sections %t.gc.exe | FileCheck %s
# CHECK: Sections [
# CHECK: Section {
# CHECK: Number: 2
# CHECK-LABEL: Name: .rdata (2E 72 64 61 74 61 00 00)
# This is the critical check to show that only *one* definition of
# .xdata$foo was retained. This *must* be 0x24 (0x4 for the .xdata
# section and 0x20 for the .ctors/.dtors headers/ends).
# Make sure that no other .xdata sections get included, which would
# increase the size here.
# CHECK-NEXT: VirtualSize: 0x24
.def main;
.scl 2;
.type 32;
.globl main
.p2align 4, 0x90
call foo
# Defines .text$foo (which has a leader symbol and is referenced like
# normally), and .xdata$foo (which lacks a leader symbol, which normally
# would be declared associative to the symbol foo).
# .xdata$foo should be implicitly treated as associative to foo and brought
# in, while .xdata$bar, implicitly associative to bar, not included, and
# .xdata$baz not included since there's no symbol baz.
# GNU binutils ld doesn't do this at all, but always includes all .xdata/.pdata
# comdat sections, even if --gc-sections is used.
.section .xdata$foo,"dr"
.linkonce discard
.p2align 3
.long 42
.section .xdata$bar,"dr"
.linkonce discard
.p2align 3
.long 43
.section .xdata$baz,"dr"
.linkonce discard
.p2align 3
.long 44
.def foo;
.scl 2;
.type 32;
.section .text$foo,"xr",discard,foo
.globl foo
.p2align 4
.def bar;
.scl 2;
.type 32;
.section .text$bar,"xr",discard,bar
.globl bar
.p2align 4