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// Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
6l is a modified version of the Plan 9 linker. The original is documented at
Its target architecture is the x86-64, referred to by these tools as amd64.
It reads files in .6 format generated by 6g, 6c, and 6a and emits
a binary called 6.out by default.
Major changes include:
- support for ELF and Mach-O binary files
- support for segmented stacks (this feature is implemented here, not in the compilers).
Original options are listed in the link above.
Options new in this version:
Elide the dynamic linking header. With this option, the binary
is statically linked and does not refer to dynld. Without this option
(the default), the binary's contents are identical but it is loaded with dynld.
Write Apple Mach-O binaries (default when $GOOS is darwin)
Write Linux ELF binaries (default when $GOOS is linux)
Write FreeBSD ELF binaries (default when $GOOS is freebsd)
Write OpenBSD ELF binaries (default when $GOOS is openbsd)
Write Windows PE32+ binaries (default when $GOOS is windows)
-I interpreter
Set the ELF dynamic linker to use.
-L dir1 -L dir2
Search for libraries (package files) in dir1, dir2, etc.
The default is the single location $GOROOT/pkg/$GOOS_amd64.
-r dir1:dir2:...
Set the dynamic linker search path when using ELF.
Print the linker version.
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