|ld email@example.com (Benoit d'Udekem) (1996-12-26)|
|ld firstname.lastname@example.org (Seth Horan) (1999-11-16)|
|From:||"Benoit d'Udekem" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||26 Dec 1996 14:10:18 -0500|
I'm looking for literature about the ld (Unix) linker.
I'd like to understand the algorithm on which that linker is based.
Can someone help me ?
Thanks in advance,
Computer Engineering Student - Belgium
[All the Unix linkers I've seen have been conventional two-pass linkers.
They make one pass over the input to find all the module sizes and symbol
values, then a second pass to do the relocating and symbol resolution and
create the output module. -John]
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