On Wed, 28 Apr 1999 12:25:13 GMT, John Strupat
>Looking for new or used software from Pharlap,SSI etc. that is surplus
>to your requirements.
>I do not want just a copy, but to transfer registration of the software.
>I don't need the latest version as I'm looking for a low cost entry into
>using the Watcom, Borland or MS compilers!
I've use both Phar Laps's and SSI's linker/locators, and they are fine
products. You can get SSI's product from Beacon, but I don't think
Phar Lap sells Linkloc as a separate product anymore.
If you are looking for low cost, see John Fine's jloc at
http://www.erols.com/johnfine/ It's free, but if you use it, he wants
you to register (no cost, just let him know you're using it).
From the webpage:
jloc07.zip a linker/locator. To be used (instead of a linker) when you
need more link-time control over the placement of code and data
segments. It is useful for
linking BIOS's and other ROM based executables, bootstrap code,
operating systems, and embedded systems executables. The current
version cannot produce
output formats (such as EXE) which have load-time relocations. It can
produce COM files and flat image files. Online documentation is now
available. You will
need DPMI to run JLOC. You may need CSDPMI
Just my (10-010) cents
I can barely speak for myself, so I certainly can't speak for B-Tree.
Change is inevitable. Progress is not.