In ld.bfd/gold, --no-allow-shlib-undefined is the default when linking
an executable. This patch implements a check to error on undefined
symbols in a shared object, if all of its DT_NEEDED entries are seen.
Our approach resembles the one used in gold, achieves a good balance to
be useful but not too smart (ld.bfd traces all DSOs and emulates the
behavior of a dynamic linker to catch more cases).
The error is issued based on the symbol table, different from undefined
reference errors issued for relocations. It is most effective when there
are DSOs that were not linked with -z defs (e.g. when static sanitizers
runtime is used).
gold has a comment that some system libraries on GNU/Linux may have
spurious undefined references and thus system libraries should be
excluded (https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=6811). The
story may have changed now but we make --allow-shlib-undefined the
default for now. Its interaction with -shared can be discussed in the