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Re: [PATCH] OMF support for BFD
On 19/09/11 03:09, Bernd Jendrissek wrote:
On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 6:25 AM, Hans-Peter Nilsson<email@example.com> wrote:
On Sun, 18 Sep 2011, Bernd Jendrissek wrote:
Does anybody have access to MASM? For that matter, Borland's Turbo
You don't mention it, so... wouldn't wasm
The more, the merrier. In particular, I'm hoping there's an assembler
out there (or compiler, for that matter) that "optimizes" relocations
by gathering common relocation "targets" (read: addends) into what OMF
calls THREAD subrecords of the FIXUPP record. (And then references
these THREADs in subsequent FIXUPs instead of specifying the "targets"
separately in each FIXUP. Neither NASM nor Turbo Assembler (with DJ's
simple test objects) seem to do this.
I posted on your site, but omf is also used on OS/2. Currently OS/2 gcc
use a.out but the linker converts to omf on the fly.
Thanks for your work on this - it's interesting to a few OS/2 nerds too :)