These files contain relocatable data addresses, but fixed code addresses (instead of tokens). They are specific to the executable (i.e., `gforth' file) they were created with. For direct threading on some architectures (e.g., the i386), data-relocatable images do not work. You get a data-relocatable image, if you use `gforthmi' with a Gforth binary that is not doubly indirect threaded (see section Fully Relocatable Image Files).
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