Re: [OT] any good online doc for the details of compiling "hello, world"?

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On Fri, 2009-10-30 at 02:36 -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> not really a fedora question, but i'm interested in a step-by-step
> description of what happens when one compiles and runs "hello, world".
> it's sort of a fedora question since i want to relate those steps to
> the essential fedora packages and where they come into play (gcc, cpp,
> glibc-devel, libgcc, and so on), related to things like crtbegin,
> crtend, etc.  i'm thinking you get the idea.

Maybe not exactly what you're looking for but I read this book a few
years ago:

It's now available under the GNU FDL (although I think a print edition
is still available). It covers basic programming using assembler and
picks apart classic examples like "Hello World" at the instruction


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