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edfed



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Object oriented compiler in fasm.
By default, fasmw is a x86 compiler with an editor around.

But if i want to just compile for another platform (say, ARM) using the same ide, i think we need a sort of common interface between all versions of fasm.

Say, if the fasm x86 core needs a structure and many other stuff to execute the same way.

Then, to have a ARM version, just include the FASMARM source code instead of FASMX86.

And it goes the same for every version. Smile


Then, to be honest, it is because i am fed up of the "pseudo c++" language in arduino, and bored by the use of a hll to handle bits.

And as i am really lazy, i talk about the problem here, hoping somebody will join and maybe help to realize it. Smile

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fasmarm already integrates the fasm IDE. See fasmwarm.exe in the download at arm.flatassembler.net
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