Linking twice for CRC32

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Linking twice for CRC32

Vincent van Beveren
Hello  everyone,

For integrating the CRC to an ELF I believe I will need to link twice.
First to create a binary on which to caclulate the CRC, and using a
second pass to actually put the CRC into a the symbol at the last part
of the RAM. Using the pointers by Eric  Noulard I have constructed the
following CMake code, which links the file, exports a binary BIN file
(the actual ROM image, and then calculates the CRC into a file called
$<TARGET_FILE:clb_v2_dom.elf>.crc32.

# Exprimental CRC32 support
add_library(clb_v2_dom.objs OBJECT ${F_GEN} ${F__DOM})
target_compile_definitions(clb_v2_dom.objs PUBLIC -DDOM -DCLBV2 )
add_executable(clb_v2_dom.elf $<TARGET_OBJECTS:clb_v2_dom.objs>)
add_custom_command(TARGET clb_v2_dom.elf POST_BUILD
     COMMAND ${CMAKE_OBJCOPY} $<TARGET_FILE:clb_v2_dom.elf> ${SECTIONS}
-O binary $<TARGET_FILE:clb_v2_dom.elf>.bin
     COMMAND ${Python_EXECUTABLE} ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/tools/crc32.py
$<TARGET_FILE:clb_v2_dom.elf>.bin > $<TARGET_FILE:clb_v2_dom.elf>.crc32
)

with linker flags defined as

# Bring up the linker
add_link_options(
     -nostartfiles
     -nodefaultlibs
     -Wl,--gc-sections
     -nostdlib
     -T ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}/${P_SRC}/romram.ld
     -Wl,--defsym=CRC_VALUE=0
     -Wl,--defsym=_start=0
     )

However, the last part is to link the file again with *exactly* the same
invocation as the original linking, except for the
'-Wl,--defsym=CRC_VALUE=<<content of .crc32 file>>' instead of 0.

Can anyone give me points on how to achieve this goal?

Kind regards,
Vincent

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