GNU ld from binutils 2.35 onwards will likely support
--export-dynamic-symbol but with different semantics.
- -export-dynamic-symbol is not supported
- --export-dynamic-symbol takes a glob argument
- --export-dynamic-symbol can suppress binding the references to the definition within the shared object if (-Bsymbolic or -Bsymbolic-functions)
- --export-dynamic-symbol does not imply -u
I don't think the first three points can affect any user.
For the fourth point, Not implying -u can lead to some archive members unfetched.
Add -u foo to restore the previous behavior.
- -no-pie or -pie: matched non-local defined symbols will be added to the dynamic symbol table.
- -shared: matched non-local STV_DEFAULT symbols will not be bound to definitions within the shared object even if they would otherwise be due to -Bsymbolic, -Bsymbolic-functions, or --dynamic-list.