object/load module formats

Shaun Wilkinson <shaun@rdc31.std.com>
Tue, 15 Feb 1994 21:45:42 GMT

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From: Shaun Wilkinson <shaun@rdc31.std.com>
Keywords: question, linker, comment
Organization: Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 1994 21:45:42 GMT

Dear everyone,

We are developing cross-tools (compilers, linkers, ...) for
microprocessors that we manufacture. These tools will primarily run on
Unix workstations (SUN, Hp, ...).

We`re thinking of changing the object/load module format of our cross
tools. Does someone know about standard/popular object/load module format
which are suitable for our purpose? (we need their documents, license
free.) What are the current trends in this area?

If you have some idea or information, please let me know.

-- Shaun Wilkinson
[SVR4 has ELF, OSF/1 has ROSE, and GNU has a souped up BSD format. Is anyone
moving toward anything else? -John]

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