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Who knew linkers could be interesting?, 31. Juli 2000
This book will definitely surprise you if, like me, you had the idea that linkers were just simple, dull tools that ran in the background. The author provides a surprisingly thorough, but understandable, overview of all sorts of linker/loader issues: layout in memory, relocatable code, debugging information, etc., but he does it with such a light, readable style that the material itself doesn't seem particularly difficult. My one complaint is that the book has very little code. The perl-based linker project is basically just a short series of "suggested exercises" without much direction. Still, I wouldn't hesistate to recommend this to anyone interested in compilers or operating systems.