US Software makes an 80x86 Linker/Locator:
Beacon Development Tools makes an 80x86 Linker/Locator:
John Fine has written a "zero price shareware" 80x86 Locator:
Rick Naro (now employed by Paradigm) wrote an 80x86 Locator
for Dr Dobb's Journal in 1987:
"A good article on romcode generation using turboc, written by R Naro, was
published in Dr Dobbs, Dec 1987. The article develops a locate utility which
converts .EXE files to position dependent code. The following examples use the
locate utility to demonstrate an example rommable program written in turboc."
>>> On Thu 16 Mar 2000 02:43:33p, In article
>>> >Paradigm actually doesn't sell anymore the linker/locator,
>>> Since when? Four months ago when I was getting quotes, they still
>>> offered the linker/locator as a separate product.
>>> Paradigm isn't the only game in town. Do a web search and you'll find
>>> at least three other major vendors of X86 linker/locators. Plus there
>>> are at least 2 freeware linker/locators for the x86.
>>Which are these two? Do you have any links?
>One of them was written by the guy that Paradigm hired (to write their
>linker/locator?). He's their top technical support guru now. It's in an
>old issue of Dr Dobb's Journal. Use your search engine. Search for words
>like "linker" and "locator". You'll find it. If you can't find it after
>trying a bit, post again and I'll dig through my files.
>Another one was written by John Fine.
>Come to think of it, there may be three.