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MAKLIB is a program used to manipulate , change and query
relocatable binary files. It is mainly used to manipulate and optimize
collections of binary programs into libraries. The general format of
the MAKLIB command string is:
OUTPUT-FILE = MASTER-FILE/Switch, TRANSACTION-FILE/Switch..
1. MASTER-FILE - The original , existing binary file
2. TRANSACTION-FILE - Updating material to be applied to MASTER-FILE
3. OUTPUT-FILE - The result of applying commands
APPEND:(Mod,Mod..) Copy Master file to Output, then
specified Transaction modules.
DELETE:(Mod,Mod..) Copy Master to Output, except for
EXTRACT:(Mod,Mod..) Copy specified modules from
Master to Output.
INSERT:(Mod,Mod..) Insert specified modules from Trans-
action file before those specified
by /MASTER in Master file
MASTER:(Mod,Mod..) Specifies which modules in the
Master file are be used for INSERT
REPLACE:(Mod,Mod..) Replace the specified modules with
modules from the Transaction file.
FIX Read Transaction file as ASCII FIX
file and change Master code and symbol
link blocks as specified.
LIST List names of all programs in
NOLOCALS Delete local symbols from Master file
POINTS List all ENTRY points in Master file
INDEX Produce indexed library file for output
TRACE List data from FIX trace blocks
For more detailed information (especially FIX file format) read
the file: HLP:MAKLIB.MAN