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killasmurf86



Joined: 29 Sep 2010
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BSD native fasm
Would there be interest in FreeBSD (and possibly all BSD) native fasm?
I'm not saying I will do it... now.... but after I finish University... I could have time. Fasm is my favourite assembler ever since I first used it (quite long time ago)

Would you Tomasz be interested in native FASM BSD? (No libc, pure syscalls)?

P.S.
As of today, I became maintainer of FASM FreeBSD port
Post 06 Nov 2010, 20:33
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f0dder



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Re: BSD native fasm

killasmurf86 wrote:
Would you Tomasz be interested in native FASM BSD? (No libc, pure syscalls)?

Why would you do it that way, when libc is present on every BSD system and can be dynamically linked?

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Post 06 Nov 2010, 20:50
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Tyler



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I think Fasm is pretty easy to port anyway. Everything the command line version does is routed through the interfaces implemented in "system.inc".


f0dder wrote:

Why would you do it that way, when libc is present on every BSD system and can be dynamically linked?


Why does the Linux version exist? libc is present on every Linux system and can be dynamically linked.
Post 06 Nov 2010, 21:14
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killasmurf86



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Tyler wrote:


f0dder wrote:

Why would you do it that way, when libc is present on every BSD system and can be dynamically linked?


Why does the Linux version exist? libc is present on every Linux system and can be dynamically linked.



You stole words from my mouth Laughing
Post 07 Nov 2010, 23:11
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vid
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Quote:
Why does the Linux version exist? libc is present on every Linux system and can be dynamically linked.


Good question indeed, but more for Tomasz than for f0dder Razz
Post 07 Nov 2010, 23:24
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rugxulo



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
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Why? Why not? (Why ask why? Try Bud Dry!)
Post 08 Nov 2010, 16:01
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lamer



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so... how is it going? Very Happy
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