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#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#include <elf.h>
#define __NEED_size_t
#define __NEED_uint32_t
#include <bits/alltypes.h>
#define ElfW(type) Elf64_##type
/* this is the same everywhere except alpha and s390 */
typedef uint32_t Elf_Symndx;
struct dl_phdr_info {
ElfW(Addr) dlpi_addr;
const char* dlpi_name;
const ElfW(Phdr) * dlpi_phdr;
ElfW(Half) dlpi_phnum;
unsigned long long int dlpi_adds;
unsigned long long int dlpi_subs;
size_t dlpi_tls_modid;
void* dlpi_tls_data;
struct link_map {
ElfW(Addr) l_addr;
char* l_name;
ElfW(Dyn) * l_ld;
struct link_map *l_next, *l_prev;
struct r_debug {
int r_version;
struct link_map* r_map;
ElfW(Addr) r_brk;
/* This is the address of a function internal to the run-time linker
that triggers a debug trap. This function will always be called
when the linker begins to map in a library or unmap it, and again
when the mapping change is complete.
The debugger can compare the address of a sw exception to this value
to determine whether the debug trap was triggered by the run-time
linker. */
ElfW(Addr) r_brk_on_load;
enum { RT_CONSISTENT, RT_ADD, RT_DELETE } r_state;
ElfW(Addr) r_ldbase;
int dl_iterate_phdr(int (*)(struct dl_phdr_info*, size_t, void*), void*);
#ifdef __cplusplus
#endif // SYSROOT_LINK_H_