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## This test shows that llvm-objcopy does not baulk at overlapping sections
## where such sections are within segments.
## These don't really make sense, but the tool should still handle invalid
## inputs somehow.
# RUN: yaml2obj %s -o %t.o

## First, check that the section header table appears immediately after the program
## header table.
# RUN: llvm-readobj --file-headers %t.o | FileCheck %s --check-prefix=SHDRS-OFFSET
# SHDRS-OFFSET: SectionHeaderOffset: 0x78{{$}}

## Binary edit the section header sh_offset field of the second section to
## overlap the first one.
# RUN: %python -c "with open('%/t.o', 'r+b') as input: import struct; bytes = struct.pack('<Q', 0x1001); input.seek(272); input.write(bytes)"

## Sanity check that the binary editing modified the correct field.
# RUN: llvm-readobj --section-headers %t.o | FileCheck %s

## Check that the contents are as expected before the copy.
# RUN: llvm-readobj -x .first -x .second %t.o | FileCheck %s --check-prefix=CONTENTS

## Now check that the section contents are still correct after the copy and show that
## llvm-objcopy hasn't "unoverlapped" these sections because they are in segments.
# RUN: llvm-objcopy %t.o %t2.o
# RUN: llvm-readobj --section-headers %t2.o | FileCheck %s
# RUN: llvm-readobj -x .first -x .second %t2.o | FileCheck %s --check-prefix=CONTENTS

# CHECK: Name: .first
# CHECK: Offset: 0x1000
# CHECK: Name: .second
# CHECK: Offset: 0x1001

# CONTENTS:      Hex dump of section '.first':
# CONTENTS-NEXT: 0x00000000 01234567
# CONTENTS-EMPTY:
# CONTENTS-NEXT: Hex dump of section '.second':
# CONTENTS-NEXT: 0x00000000 23456789

--- !ELF
FileHeader:
  Class:   ELFCLASS64
  Data:    ELFDATA2LSB
  Type:    ET_EXEC
  Machine: EM_X86_64
Sections:
  - Name: .first
    Type: SHT_PROGBITS
    Content: '01234567'
    AddressAlign: 0x1000
  - Name: .second
    Type: SHT_PROGBITS
    Content: '89abcdef'
ProgramHeaders:
  - Type:     PT_LOAD
    FileSize: 5
    Offset:   0x1000
    Align:    0x1000