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Date:      Mon, 04 Nov 1996 22:54:09 -0800
From:      Benjamin Greenwald <beng@uclink.berkeley.edu>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Where can I get information about FreeBSD's object file format
Message-ID:  <327EE491.476C8C85@uclink.berkeley.edu>

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I am a relatively new user to FreeBSD, but am quite excited by what I've
seen so far.

I'd like to give something to the FreeBSD, as well as the NASM project,
comunities.  As you may or may not know, NASM is a free, Intel syntax
assembler which currently generates object code for DJGPP(COFF), Linux
(a.out and ELF), Win16, Win32, and .com files.  I'd like to add a
FreeBSD relocatable object file format back end, but I can't find the
technical info I need anywhere on the web.

Is there a book/text document that has eluded me somehow that would
provide technical details on how FreeBSD executable/linkable objects
(executables, relocatable object files, shared libraries, etc) are
formatted and constructed?

		-Benjamin Greenwald



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