Application binary interface

Application binary interface

En informatique, une Application Binary Interface (ABI, interface binaire-programme), décrit une interface bas niveau entre les applications et le système d'exploitation, entre une application et une bibliothèque ou bien entre différentes parties d’une application. Une ABI diffère d’une API, puisqu'une API définit une interface entre du code source et une bibliothèque, de façon à assurer que le code source compilera sur tout système supportant cette API.

Une ABI définit notamment des conventions d'appel des fonctions pour une architecture donnée.

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