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Committed, bfd: Update URLs in MMIX documentation.

The old URLs are "403 Forbidden". :(
On the bright side, there's a dedicated site now:
<>.  All information found through your nearby
non-evil search-engine anyway.

Committed after "make pdf" and brief inspection of the result.
I have to wonder where that internal documentation ends up.  Is it
generated and distributed?  Is it read?  I hope at least all the
people writing new (non-ELF) BFD targets use it! :)

	* mmo.c: Update URLs in documentation comments.

diff --git a/bfd/mmo.c b/bfd/mmo.c
index 6b74a04..f8eeae5 100644
--- a/bfd/mmo.c
+++ b/bfd/mmo.c
@@ -29,14 +29,14 @@ SECTION
 	The mmo object format is used exclusively together with Professor
 	Donald E.@: Knuth's educational 64-bit processor MMIX.  The simulator
 	@command{mmix} which is available at
-	@url{}
+	@url{}
 	understands this format.  That package also includes a combined
 	assembler and linker called @command{mmixal}.  The mmo format has
 	no advantages feature-wise compared to e.g. ELF.  It is a simple
 	non-relocatable object format with no support for archives or
 	debugging information, except for symbol value information and
 	line numbers (which is not yet implemented in BFD).  See
-	@url{} for more
+	@url{} for more
 	information about MMIX.  The ELF format is used for intermediate
 	object files in the BFD implementation.

@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ SUBSECTION
 	two remaining bytes, called the @samp{Y} and @samp{Z} fields, or
 	the @samp{YZ} field (a 16-bit big-endian number), are used for
 	various purposes different for each lopcode.  As documented in
-	@url{},
+	@url{},
 	the lopcodes are:

 	@table @code
@@ -1231,8 +1231,8 @@ Symbol-table, mmo section mapping, File layout, mmo
 	Symbol table format

-	From mmixal.w (or really, the generated mmixal.tex) in
-	@url{}):
+	From mmixal.w (or really, the generated mmixal.tex) in the
+	MMIXware package which also contains the @command{mmix} simulator:
 	``Symbols are stored and retrieved by means of a @samp{ternary
 	search trie}, following ideas of Bentley and Sedgewick. (See
 	ACM--SIAM Symp.@: on Discrete Algorithms @samp{8} (1997), 360--369;

brgds, H-P

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