DWARF

DWARF is a widely used, standardized debugging data format. DWARF was originally designed along with Executable and Linkable Format (ELF), although it is independent of object file formats. The name is a medieval fantasy complement to "ELF" that has no official meaning, although the backronym 'Debugging With Attributed Record Formats' was later proposed.

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DWARF - Further Reading
... Michael Eager, chair of the DWARF Standards Committee, has written an introduction to debugging formats and DWARF 3, Introduction to the DWARF Debugging ...
S. Truett Cathy - Early Life
... Georgia, in 1946 with a restaurant called the Dwarf Grill, named for its small size ... The original restaurant, since renamed Dwarf House, is still in operation, and the company operates other Dwarf House locations in the metro Atlanta area ...
Hesperevax
... is a small genus of flowering plants in the daisy family known generally as dwarf cudweeds ... Species Hesperevax acaulis - stemless dwarf-cudweed Hesperevax caulescens - dwarf dwarf-cudweed, hogwallow starfish Hesperevax sparsiflora - erect dwarf-cudweed ...
Shruikan - Ancient Characters - King Korgan
... Korgan was the first dwarf king ... also forged Volund, the golden warhammer that has been passed down to every dwarf ruler since ... "the father of their race." Korgan is dead as he was immortalized in one of the statues in dwarf kings' halls ...
Prosciurillus
... contains the following species Secretive Dwarf Squirrel (Prosciurillus abstrusus) Whitish Dwarf Squirrel (Prosciurillus leucomus) Celebes Dwarf Squirrel (Prosciurillus murinus) Sanghir Squirrel (Prosciurill ...

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