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NMCOLL(1)						      General Commands Manual							 NMCOLL(1)

NAME
nmcoll - find name collisions in object files (2BSD) SYNOPSIS
nmcoll file ... DESCRIPTION
Nmcoll scans a set of object files as produced by the assembler (typically ending with .o) and produces a listing of suspicious name dupli- cations. Nmcoll is useful when porting programs that were developed with compilers that support flex (long) names to 2.11BSD which only supports seven significant characters in external names. NOTES
Nmcoll is a carryover from the era before longer symbol names were supported in object files. SEE ALSO
a.out(5) 3rd Berkeley Distribution December 17, 1996 NMCOLL(1)

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AS(1)							      General Commands Manual							     AS(1)

NAME
as - assembler SYNOPSIS
as [ -u ] [ -V ] [ -o objfile ] file ... DESCRIPTION
As assembles the concatenation of the named files. The options are: -u Treat all undefined symbols in the assembly as external globals. -V Produce an object suitable for loading into an automatic text overlaid program. -o Use objfil for the name of the resultant object. If this is omitted, a.out is used. If no errors occurred during the assembly and if there were no unresolved external references, it is made executable. The special file name -- serves two purposes. It signals the end of all options and causes stdin to be read for input. Thus it is now possible to pipe data to the assembler: /lib/cpp -E foo.s | sed -e ';^#;/;' | as -o foo.o -- The file name -- may be placed between normal files, when EOF is detected on stdin the next file in the argument list is opened and read. If no input files are specified then stdin is read. FILES
/tmp/atm1 temporary a.out object SEE ALSO
adb(1), ld(1), nm(1), a.out(5) UNIX Assembler Manual by D. M. Ritchie DIAGNOSTICS
When an input file cannot be read, its name followed by a question mark is typed and assembly ceases. When syntactic or semantic errors occur, a single-character diagnostic is typed out together with the line number and the file name in which it occurred. Errors in pass 1 cause cancellation of pass 2. The possible errors are: ) Parentheses error ] Parentheses error < String not terminated properly * Indirection used illegally . Illegal assignment to `.' a Error in address b Branch instruction is odd or too remote e Error in expression f Error in local (`f' or `b') type symbol g Garbage (unknown) character i End of file inside an if m Multiply defined symbol as label o Word quantity assembled at odd address p `.' different in pass 1 and 2 r Relocation error u Undefined symbol x Syntax error BUGS
Syntax errors can cause incorrect line numbers in following diagnostics. 3rd Berkeley Distribution AS(1)
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