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The GNU linker and related programs and libraries: ar, as, gprof, ld, nm, ranlib, strip, libbfd. You depend on this utterly.
DDL stands for "D Dynamic Libraries" and as the name implies, provides dynamic library loading for the D Language. It can be used as a plugin architecture, a replacment for DLL files, an interface for dynamic reflection, or as a means for working with intermediate files.
musl, pronounced like “mussel” or “muscle”, is a “libc”, an implementation of the standard library functionality described in the ISO C and POSIX standards, plus common extensions, intended for use on Linux-based systems. It is lightweight, fast, simple, free, and aims to be correct in the sense of standards-conformance and safety.
The linker is a tool one can use to only ship the minimal possible set of functions that a set of programs might require to run as opposed to the full libraries.
A BSD-licensed implementation of compilation tools (nm, ar, as, ld, etc.) for the ELF object format.
libpthread-stubs provides stub functions for pthreads as weak aliases for platforms on which libc does not provide these stubs. Linking to both libc and libpthread-stubs will always provide a full set of pthread stubs, allowing programs and libraries to portably use pthreads when linked to pthreads ... [More]
GPUTILS is a collection of tools for the Microchip (TM) PIC microcontrollers. It includes gpasm, gplink, and gplib. It's distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License. See the gnupic page for other GNU PIC tools such as gpsim, a gputils compatible simulator.
supercc is a new copy right protected language that is currently under development. It offer content rich features and modern generic and mettaprogramming. This compiler collection is designed to implement the language across a range of platforms and is written in C\C++. The language compiler ... [More]
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