Linkers and Loaders. These are the manuscript chapters for my Linkers and Loaders, published by Morgan-Kaufman. See the book’s web site for ordering. Linkers & Loaders is also an ideal supplementary text for compiler and operating systems courses. Morgan Kaufmann, – Computers – pages. Title Linkers and Loaders; Author(s) John R. Levine; Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann; 1st edition (October 25, ); Paperback pages; eBook PDF files.
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Short exercises are provided for each chapter, making this a useful resource for both classroom and self-study on what is an often overlooked topic.
The book goes occasionally perhaps a little bit too much into technical details, which I felt could be safely skipped. This is a hard book for me to rate. It is a must read for anyone who is thinking about hacking on a linker or loader e. User Review – Flag as inappropriate although lacking of concrete examples, i would give it a 4 star as there are not many books available dedicated to linkers.
However, while much of the material is still relevant today the author does discuss Linlers and ELF pretty extensivelythere is still much ground to cover since its publication. Jun 07, Jose rated loadrrs liked it Shelves: Quinn Jackson rated it it was amazing Nov 28, He is also publisher emeritus of the Journal of C Language Translationlong-time moderator of the comp.
Some of the sections have odd or off-topic subsections, and I think it could be better organized. Feb 28, Joshua Goller rated it liked it. Mike Lambert rated it it was ok Oct 09, George Neville-Neil rated it really liked it Apr 20, This handy title fills a valuable niche for anyone who wants to understand how programs are built and run on today’s computing systems.
Linkers and Loaders
He holds a Ph. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Linkers and Loaders John R. No eBook loadrs Elsevier. On top of this foundation, the author presents clear practical advice to help you create faster, cleaner code.
Morgan Kaufmann- Computers – pages. I understand new loaders are very rarely designed, but anyway, this book is of no help when they do. The book is certainly dated. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Want to know Runways information of a particular airport? Highly recommended for any programmer who wants to get to the bottom of things. Linkerd to Read saving….
You barely can understand linkers by this book since it falls into implementation details of each specific OS and CPU too early. Tapan rated it really liked it Dec 26, I came away thinking that there must be a better set of references online by now; if I had to guess I would start off at Wikipedia. Paperbackpages.
Whatever your programming language, whatever your platform, you probably tap into linker and loader functions all the time.
There’ This is a hard book for me to rate.
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Jan 13, Steve rated it really liked it. Common terms and phrases a. Written for any programmer who works with compiled code, this book surveys today’s hardware platforms with a kinkers of how code is linked and executed on IBM mainframes, Unix, and Modgan. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Levine Snippet view – Oladers Morgan Kaufmann- Computers – pages 4 Reviews https: I can tell from these war stories that the author really has been there himself and survived to tell the tale.
Aniket rated it it was amazing Aug 10, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Account Options Sign in. Collective Wisdom from the Experts is “The Linker Is not a Magical Program”, and this book goes a long way towards taking that magic away.
You may have written hundreds, maybe thousands of programs, but if you are like most programmers then everything that happens after the compilation is kind of mysterious.
But do you know how to use them to their greatest possible advantage? It carefully explains step by step what happens from the moment linkwrs code is compiled until it actually runs on the machine; and what’s more important, it makes it very clear why things are as they are today.
John Levine’s book answers those questions, and more.
But do you know how to use them to their greatest possible advantage?