A portable linker for multiple file formats.
Valid HTML 4.01!
About vlink
Last release source
Daily source snapshot
Tagged source archives
Compilation notes
Last release binaries
Daily snapshot binaries
vlink docs (pdf)
Volker's vlink page
vbcc/Amiga home page

Compilation Instructions

To compile vlink you first have to choose a Makefile which fits your prefered compiler and host/target architecture. The following are available:

  • Makefile - standard Unix/gcc Makefile
  • Makefile.Irix5 - IRIX5.3/gcc Makefile
  • Makefile.68k - makes AmigaOS/68k executable with vbcc
  • Makefile.MOS - makes MorphOS executable with vbcc
  • Makefile.OS4 - makes AmigaOS4 executable with vbcc
  • Makefile.PUp - makes PowerUp executable with vbcc
  • Makefile.WOS - makes WarpOS executable with vbcc
  • Makefile.Win32 - makes Windows executable with MS-VSC++

Note: When using an old, non ISO-C99 compliant, compiler, you have to define -DTYPES32BIT or -DTYPES64BIT (64-bit hosted compiler) in your Makefile.

You may have to create the objects directory for your target architecture. Then run make -f Makefile.name. The vbcc-Makefiles will generate a vlink-binary which is called vlink_<TARGET>.

$Id: index.php,v 1.15 2021/01/17 11:18:48 frank Exp $