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# RUN: yaml2obj %s > %t
# RUN: cp %t %t3
# RUN: llvm-objcopy --strip-all %t %t2
# RUN: llvm-readobj --file-headers --sections %t2 | FileCheck %s

# Verify that the previous llvm-objcopy's run has not modified the input.
# RUN: cmp %t %t3

# RUN: llvm-strip %t3 
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t3

# RUN: cp %t %t4
# RUN: llvm-strip %t4 -o %t5
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t5

# Verify that the previous llvm-strip's run has not modified the input.
# RUN: cmp %t %t4

# RUN: cp %t %t-should-remain-the-same
# RUN: llvm-strip %t4 -o %t-should-remain-the-same -o %t-should-be-stripped
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t-should-be-stripped
# RUN: cmp %t %t-should-remain-the-same

# RUN: rm -f %t.a
# RUN: llvm-ar crs %t.a %t
# RUN: llvm-objcopy --strip-all %t.a %t.a
# RUN: llvm-ar p %t.a > %t6
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t6

# RUN: cp %t %t7
# RUN: llvm-strip --strip-all %t7
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t7

# RUN: cp %t %t8
# RUN: llvm-objcopy -S %t8 %t8
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t8

# RUN: cp %t %t9
# RUN: llvm-strip -s %t9
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t9

# Verify that a non-existent symbol table (after first call to llvm-strip)
# can be handled correctly.
# RUN: cp %t %t10
# RUN: llvm-strip --strip-all --keep-symbol=unavailable_symbol %t10
# RUN: llvm-strip --strip-all --keep-symbol=unavailable_symbol %t10
# RUN: cmp %t2 %t10

!ELF
FileHeader:
  Class:           ELFCLASS64
  Data:            ELFDATA2LSB
  Type:            ET_REL
  Machine:         EM_X86_64
Sections:
  - Name:            non_alloc_in_segment
    Type:            SHT_PROGBITS
    Flags:           [ ]
    Size:            4
  - Name:            .bss
    Type:            SHT_NOBITS
    Flags:           [ SHF_ALLOC ]
  - Name:            .text
    Type:            SHT_PROGBITS
    Flags:           [ SHF_ALLOC, SHF_EXECINSTR ]
  - Name:            .blarg
    Type:            SHT_PROGBITS
    Flags:           [ ]
  - Name:            .gnu.warning.foo
    Type:            SHT_PROGBITS
ProgramHeaders:
  # Use an arbitrary segment type to show that the segment type is unimportant.
  - Type: 0x61234567
    Sections:
      - Section: non_alloc_in_segment

# CHECK: SectionHeaderCount: 6

# CHECK: Name: non_alloc_in_segment
# CHECK: Name: .bss
# CHECK: Name: .text
# CHECK: Name: .gnu.warning.foo
# CHECK: Name: .shstrtab