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Re: how to use different linker


On 11/7/06, Rajeev Bansal <rajeevb@intoto.com> wrote:
Hi Satya,

Generate the object file using the gcc compiler, you can use the -c
option to generate the object file. Now you can try to run linker on
that, if the gcc has generate the object file which your linker can
understand, you can link the file(s) and get the binary file out of it.
Hope it will work for you.

Thanks
-Rajeev

satyaakam goswami wrote:
> hi,
>     how can i use a different version of ld than what gcc was built
> with natively.
>

i was looking at a one pass process than two , yes i have tried that it works for me.

Satya


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