Binder for Beginners: Things You Ought to Know About Link Editing, Whether You Knew It or Not
Project and Program: Application Architecture Development and Integration
, LE and Programming Languages
, SHARE in Orlando 2011
This introductory session will explore the most important classical and traditional uses of the binder, as invoked via batch and by SMP/E, as well as the more often elusive invocations such as buried deep within UNIX makefile scripts.
After a brief high-level overview of binder processing, we will focus on the most frequently used options and control statements, and on helpful ways to use the outputs when diagnosing link-edit problems or debugging run-time problems.
Come with your puzzling problems, questions, and suggestions, and we'll open it up to some Q & A to discuss what you and others find most helpful and interesting.
Presenter(s): Barry L. Lichtenstein, IBM Corporation
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