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From: Jakub Jirutka <jakub@jirutka.cz>
Date: Sat, 08 Aug 2016 15:06:00 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] Fix linux_musl_base for native musl host

See https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/40113

--- a/src/librustc_back/target/linux_musl_base.rs
+++ b/src/librustc_back/target/linux_musl_base.rs
@@ -13,54 +13,14 @@
 pub fn opts() -> TargetOptions {
     let mut base = super::linux_base::opts();
 
-    // Make sure that the linker/gcc really don't pull in anything, including
-    // default objects, libs, etc.
-    base.pre_link_args.push("-nostdlib".to_string());
-
     // At least when this was tested, the linker would not add the
     // `GNU_EH_FRAME` program header to executables generated, which is required
     // when unwinding to locate the unwinding information. I'm not sure why this
     // argument is *not* necessary for normal builds, but it can't hurt!
     base.pre_link_args.push("-Wl,--eh-frame-hdr".to_string());
 
-    // There's a whole bunch of circular dependencies when dealing with MUSL
-    // unfortunately. To put this in perspective libc is statically linked to
-    // liblibc and libunwind is statically linked to libstd:
-    //
-    // * libcore depends on `fmod` which is in libc (transitively in liblibc).
-    //   liblibc, however, depends on libcore.
-    // * compiler-rt has personality symbols that depend on libunwind, but
-    //   libunwind is in libstd which depends on compiler-rt.
-    //
-    // Recall that linkers discard libraries and object files as much as
-    // possible, and with all the static linking and archives flying around with
-    // MUSL the linker is super aggressively stripping out objects. For example
-    // the first case has fmod stripped from liblibc (it's in its own object
-    // file) so it's not there when libcore needs it. In the second example all
-    // the unused symbols from libunwind are stripped (each is in its own object
-    // file in libstd) before we end up linking compiler-rt which depends on
-    // those symbols.
-    //
-    // To deal with these circular dependencies we just force the compiler to
-    // link everything as a group, not stripping anything out until everything
-    // is processed. The linker will still perform a pass to strip out object
-    // files but it won't do so until all objects/archives have been processed.
-    base.pre_link_args.push("-Wl,-(".to_string());
-    base.post_link_args.push("-Wl,-)".to_string());
-
-    // When generating a statically linked executable there's generally some
-    // small setup needed which is listed in these files. These are provided by
-    // a musl toolchain and are linked by default by the `musl-gcc` script. Note
-    // that `gcc` also does this by default, it just uses some different files.
-    //
-    // Each target directory for musl has these object files included in it so
-    // they'll be included from there.
-    base.pre_link_objects_exe.push("crt1.o".to_string());
-    base.pre_link_objects_exe.push("crti.o".to_string());
-    base.post_link_objects.push("crtn.o".to_string());
-
     // Except for on MIPS, these targets statically link libc by default.
     base.crt_static_default = true;
 
     base
 }