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FatELF to Bring Universal Binaries to Linux

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October 23, 2009, 1:59 am

The FatELF project is hoping to to bring Mac OS X style Universal Binary files to Linux. Universal binaries allow Mac developers to create applications which contain the code for different processors in one file and FatELF aims to bring the same functionality to Linux and other free operating systems. On Mac OS X, Universal Binaries were used to make the transition from Power PC to Intel processors practically invisible to end users, and the FatELF project believes similar benefits could be brought to Linux, for example, when moving between 32 bit to 64 bit Linux systems...

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