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From: Jeffrey A Law <>
To: Kenichi Nakamura <>
Subject: Re: Absolute link function etc.
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 12:12:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)
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  In message < >you write:
  > Does GNUPro linker have absolute function?
  > To be concrete,
  > Can it link some object files(*.o)?
Yes, it takes a bunch of .o files and links them into an executable.

  > Can it set the starting address like TEXT, DATA and BSS by command option?
Not reliably.  The way to do this is with linker scripts.

  > Can it print symbol table by text?
Yes.  There is a map option which will dump out the linker map
table.  You can also use "nm" to dump the symbol table.

  > Can it put away segment starting address and size in the head of object?
This information is standard in the ELF headers I believe.


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1998-03-30 12:03 Kenichi Nakamura
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