695-1990 IEEE Standard for Microprocessor Universal Format for Object Modules

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Organization: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 15 February 1990
Status: inactive
Page Count: 27
Page(s): 1 - 0
ICS Code (Integrated circuits. Microelectronics): 31.200
ISBN (Online): 978-0-7381-3028-6
DOI: 10.1109/IEEESTD.1990.101062

Abstracts

Standard

The format of linkable, relocatable, and absolute object modules is specified. MUFOM, the Microprocessor Universal Format for Object Modules, is designed to apply to a variety of target machines. It permits the linking and relocating functions to be isolated from the specification of target architecture, so that a user may employ a single program for these functions across all CPUs. It applies to binary computers of arbitrary word size and architecture. Two levels of compliance are specified, minimum and full. The minimum compliance level affords sufficient flexibility to link separately compiled modules, to relocate addresses in simple ways, and to load the resulting absolute object modules with a minimal loader. The full compliance level affords all of the functionality of the minimum level and adds to it arbitrary address-expression handling, type checking capability, librarian control commands, and other useful functions for full generality.

Document History

695-1990 - IEEE Standard for Microprocessor Universal Format for Object Modules
February 15, 1990 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The format of linkable, relocatable, and absolute object modules is specified. MUFOM, the Microprocessor Universal Format for Object Modules, is designed to apply to a variety of target machines. It permits the linking and relocating functions to be isolated from the specification of target architec...

695-1985 - IEEE Trial Use Standard for Microprocessor Universal Format for Object Modules
September 9, 1985 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

This standard specifies the format of linkable, relocatable, and absolute object modules for binary computers of arbitrary word size and architecture. Two levels of compliance are specified, minimum and full. The minimum compliance level affords sufficient flexibility to link separately compiled mod...

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