3.2 coff backends
BFD supports a number of different flavours of coff format.
The major differences between formats are the sizes and
alignments of fields in structures on disk, and the occasional
Coff in all its varieties is implemented with a few common
files and a number of implementation specific files. For
example, The 88k bcs coff format is implemented in the file
`coff-m88k.c'. This file
`coff/m88k.h' which defines the external structure of the
coff format for the 88k, and `coff/internal.h' which
defines the internal structure. `coff-m88k.c' also
defines the relocations used by the 88k format
See section 2.10 Relocations.
The Intel i960 processor version of coff is implemented in
`coff-i960.c'. This file has the same structure as
`coff-m88k.c', except that it includes `coff/i960.h'
rather than `coff-m88k.h'.