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convert arm library file (.alf) to linux general library file (.a )

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I have an arm library file called xxx.alf  .
I don't have souce code to rebuild this library , and I want to use this library in general linux environment .
Is any tool which can help me to accomplish such job ?

Thanks in advance .
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In this document is described how the ALF file is packed.
Maybe (but I doubt it's easy and possible) you can try to extract the library and the symbol table and rearrange it in a .a archive.
But I doubt it can be possible, due to the difference between the ABI of the two environments.
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