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Mini-Review: Objconv Programmer's Library Converter

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Basic Info

App NameObjconv
App URLhttp://www.agner.org/optimize/
App Version Reviewed2.08 (May 27th 2009)
Supported OSesWindows, Linux
Support MethodsForum, e-mail
Pricing SchemeOpen Source
Relationship btwn. Reviewer and Product REVIEWER: Regular user


Intro:

First of all let me warn you that this is a tool for programmers, and probably only a small subset of those will ever need a tool like this.

Objconv is a command line tool that can convert object and library files between a number of formats, and also perform certain changes in the process.

Objconv at the moment supports COFF, ELF, OMF and MACHO formats, with both 32-bit and 64-bit support where possible.

It can be used as a simple library manager because it supports adding and extracting members.

Objconv also includes a disassembler supporting the SSE4, AVX, FMA and XOP instruction sets.

The author, Agner Fog, is well known for his work on documenting low level optimization techniques, and the pdf files available from his homepage are a great resource.

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