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Matrix



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
revolution wrote:
Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
... the codename for current project to "gasm"
So should be we using fasm orgasm? Razz
I thought that could just be a different variant of incrementation... instead of increasing 1 of 2 it would increment "f" to "g". But after the fact I realized that it could bring this association (funny, how it reminds me of Betov's SpAsm). Well, the name (especially codename) is not that important at the moment. It may as well be "fasm g" or something.


I like the idea of the Supermacronizer code generator
Smile
Just name it

"ga"

it will be even shorter to type.
Also it will come before the "gas" with autocompletion.

TGasm would sound good too, but longer
Post 19 Oct 2014, 13:23
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Tomasz Grysztar
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OK, so my nomenclature is as such: "fasm 1" is the current one (and the only one in actual existence ATM), "fasm g" is my "generic assembler" project (in a stage of specification draft), and "fasm 2" would be an x86 assembler built on "fasm g" core.
Post 23 Oct 2014, 21:43
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revolution
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Kind of reminds me of the old table assemblers from the DOS era. Let's hope this one can hit the G spot. Wink
Post 23 Oct 2014, 21:52
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smiddy



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Groan.... LOL!
Post 24 Oct 2014, 01:22
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pelaillo
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You can call it FIG and the meaning is a double recursive acronym Wink

FIG means: FAL Instruction Generalizer
where FAL means: FIG for Assembly Language
Post 12 Nov 2014, 18:55
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