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MIT Scheme, linking C compiler output.

Franz lisp uses the unix assembler, and so has a dynamic
linker for foo.o files. Yale "T" also used .o files
for bootstrap in the past. The format is usually grossly simple,
although the SYSTEM-V format is more general and complicated.
I have to do a dynamic linker for LMI's system-V unix in order
to have, well, the flexibility of dynamic linking. It will
be written in either C or lisp.