The Ada Programming Language

This is the first of a seriesĀ (I hope šŸ˜‰Ā of posts about characteristics of different programming languages. The structure of the text is not consolidated yet, it may (and probably will) change in further texts. In this first post, I will write about the Ada programming language. You should not consider this text as a tutorial … Continue reading The Ada Programming Language

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Linkers and Loaders

This is an excelent (!!!) article describing in general terms how the process of linking (static and dynamic) and loading elf programs on linux works. This is a very valuable article. The original is found here: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/6463?page=0,0 Discussing how compilers, links and loaders work and the benefits of shared libraries. LinkingĀ is the process of combining … Continue reading Linkers and Loaders

How debugger works

This text was found here http://www.alexonlinux.com/how-debugger-works Introduction In this article, Iā€™d like to tell you how real debugger works. What happens under the hood and why it happens. Weā€™ll even write our own small debugger and see it in action. I will talk about Linux, although same principles apply to other operating systems. Also, weā€™ll … Continue reading How debugger works

Static, Shared Dynamic and Loadable Linux Libraries

Hello. this link [1] points to aĀ excellentĀ tutorial on how to create, modify and hack with static and dynamic libraries on linux! For those who don't know what is a dynamic/static library the tuto explains with step-by-step examples how to start with the code and finish with a dynamic shared library. It also helps to understand … Continue reading Static, Shared Dynamic and Loadable Linux Libraries