* De: Richard Tobin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [ Data: 2002-09-03 ]
        [ Subjecte: Re: aout support broken in gcc3 ]
> > GCC being able to produce a.out format binaries has nothing to do with
> > the ability of a Lisp or Prolog to compile to object files,
> Correct.
> > and read such, whether said object files be a.out or ELF or COFF or PECOFF or
> > Mach-O or ...
> False.  As I said, I have systems that read a.out format object files
> and they would need to be ported to read ELF object files instead.
> Furthermore, they write themselves out (after loading object files) in
> a.out format, and would need to be ported to write themselves out
> in ELF format.

Where exactly does GCC fit into the mix, making this impossible?
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