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.GLD File Extension

File Type 1MPLAB C Compiler Linker Script File

DeveloperMicrochip Technology
Popularity
4.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatText

What is a GLD file?

Linker script used by the MPLAB C Compiler, which is used to compile program logic for Digital Signal Controllers (DCSs) and other microcontroller units (MCUs); contains instructions that specify how the linker merges program code and data from multiple input files into a resulting output file.

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GLD linker scripts are used to control the locations where microcontroller logic and variables are stored in registers and other memory on the chip. Device-specific GLD files can often be found in the support\gld directory within a MPLAB software product installation.

NOTE: The MPLAB C Compiler is also known as MPLAB C30.

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Programs that open GLD files
Windows
Microchip Technology MPLAB C Compiler
Microchip Technology MPLAB IDE
Updated 5/17/2010

File Type 2Ground Loop Design Work File

DeveloperThermal Dynamics
Popularity
3.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

.GLD File Association 2

Project file created by Ground Loop Design (GLD), an application used for designing ground source heat pump systems; includes design data such as an energy analysis, building heating and cooling capacities, costs, summary information, installation, and C02 (carbon dioxide) emissions.

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GLD project files are used to store pump system plans before installation. By default, they are saved in the work files directory of a GLD software installation.

Ground Loop Design is available in Commercial and Residential editions.

Programs that open GLD files
Windows
Thermal Dynamics Ground Loop Design
Updated 5/17/2010

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