The inspiration for writing this article was obtained after reading a similar publication for the x86 architecture [1].
This material will help those who want to understand how the programs are built from the inside, what happens before entering the main and why all this is done. Also I'll show you how to use some of the features of the glibc library. And in the end, as in the original article [1], the traversed path will be visually represented. Most of the article is a parsing of the glibc library.
So, let's start our trip. We will use Linux x86-64, and as a debugging tool - lldb. Also sometimes we will disassemble the program with objdump.
The source text is normal Hello, world (hello.cpp):
#include <iostream>
int main()
std::cout << "Hello, world!" << std::endl;
Tags: abi, glibc, startup
Papay 17 november 2017, 14:25