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edfed



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hello, i am trying to use assembly langage on rpi and arduino compatible boards (arm, avr, esp, stm) in order to understand their architectures.

it is very powerfull to use assembly langage to get the deep understanding of an architecture. then, i plan to do some stuff inside them, using fasm/fasmg of course.

and as i not really active here these times, i have two choices:

asking everybody.
searching in the exponential number of topics and search results.

and then, create the topic that will reference every pertinent ressources about this subject. cause i like a lot to create things.

[fasmarm] rpi lower16 upper16
Raspberry Pi
[AVR] fasmg assembles with error(s)

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Post 25 Oct 2018, 10:47
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revolution
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Hi edfed.

What are you planning?
Post 25 Oct 2018, 22:13
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edfed



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hi revolution.

i am planning to program avr boards using assembly cause i meet lot of limitations using the "c++" arduino ide.

and i want to code avr in asm, just because it helps a lot to understand the core itself.

about the current projects:

for the raspberry pi, i need to just have a starfield on the hdmi screen at startup and use gpio to change some stuff.

on arduino, it is just in order to get more knowledge on the avr architecture, and be able to bypass the arduino ide and tools to upload binaries Smile

as arduino boards are seen as serial ports, it is very possible to code something in fasm to get it working directlly, and be able to do self modifiable code, in order to change functions and data at runtime, without flashing the entire binary.
Post 29 Oct 2018, 12:19
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revolution
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There is a good chance you can get help with the rPi code on this board.
Post 30 Oct 2018, 19:07
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