|Books on linker details firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-08-18)|
|Re: Books on linker details email@example.com (1991-08-19)|
|Re: Books on linker details firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-08-20)|
|Re: Books on linker details email@example.com (1991-08-20)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (David Lamb)|
|Organization:||UMIACS, Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742|
|Date:||19 Aug 91 19:16:22 GMT|
>[There is quite a lot to be said about linkers, but as far as I can tell it's
>all in the folklore and the literature is pretty sparse. Perhaps some reader
>knows of a good reference. If not, I should write a book about it. -John]
1. I don't have my copy handy to check, but what about Donnovan's 1975
"Systems Programming" book, from McGraw-Hill? I recall it as
talking about many useful things most operatign systems book
2. A couple of years ago I reviewed Gintarias R. Gircys,
"Understanding and Using COFF" Newton, MA: O'Reilly & Associates, 1988.
for computing reviews. It was a pretty readable book about linking
with one particular object file format.
3. Dan Klein, formerly at CMU, started a book for Prentice-Hall on the
folklore about computers, operating systems, etc. that nobody
writes down anywhere. I reviewed his chapter on linkers; it was
pretty good. Unfortunately (a) when I saw Dan last September he
said the book was languishing because of other projects (b) I've
lost any e-mail or forwarding addresses I might have had for him.
If anyone out there knows where to find him, let me know - and tell
him to go back to writing his book!
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