Introduces a section of one or more definitions that are access specifiers on sections in your project's output file.
Each definition must be on a separate line. The SECTIONS keyword can be on the same line as the first definition or on a preceding line. The .def file can contain one or more SECTIONS statements.
This SECTIONS statement sets attributes for one or more sections in the image file, and can be used to override the default attributes for each type of section.
The format for definitions is:
where .section_name is the name of a section in your program image and specifieris one or more of the following access modifiers:
The section is executable
Allows read operations on data
Shares the section among all processes that load the image
Allows write operations on data
Separate specifier names with a space. For example:
SECTIONS .rdata READ WRITE
SECTIONS marks the beginning of a list of section definitions. Each definitionmust be on a separate line. The SECTIONS keyword can be on the same line as the first definitionor on a preceding line. The .def file can contain one or more SECTIONS statements. The SEGMENTS keyword is supported as a synonym for SECTIONS.
Older versions of Visual C++ supported:
section [CLASS 'classname'] specifier
The CLASS keyword is supported for compatibility, but is ignored.
An equivalent way to specify section attributes is with the /SECTION option.