|Why do we still assemble? firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-04-06)|
|Re: Why do we still assemble? email@example.com.OZ.AU (1994-04-11)|
|Re: Why do we still link? firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Finch) (1994-04-13)|
|Re: Why do we still link? email@example.com (1994-04-14)|
|From:||Ed Finch <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 13 Apr 1994 01:39:41 GMT|
Thomas Conway wrote:
> What is the state of the art in linkers?
In the DOS/Windows world, it's OPTLINK, by SLR Systems. Probably the most
famous story goes that the Word-For-Windows people at Microslop
(oops...Microsoft) would start a link and go home. The next morning, it
would be done. They bought OPTLINK, and cut the link to 15-20 minutes.
The second-most-famous story: Someone complained on Borland's forum about
Turbo Linker's poor speed. One of the engineers (possibly Daivd
Intersimone) replied "Well, you need OPTLINK"
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