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doc.about BC++ Builder/Delphi .Obj file

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I need documentation about .Obj files generated by the BC++Builder or Delphi. I know Borland uses OMF format which is different from COFF format, but I cannot find any documentation about OMF.  If I do so, I will modify NASM to generate OMF .Obj  files which can be linked with .C,CPP or .PAS codes. Sure the new modified NASM Compiler is going to be freely posted on the net.  To pay a lot of bugs to TASM32.EXE is just annoying.
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I have the Borland Open Architecture Handbook that describes the OMF-86 format. This book is however not available anymore.
The OMF format, i believe, is maintained by Intel and information is available on:

  http://developer.intel.com/ial/tis/index.htm

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That is what I look for.  

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