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hopcode



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hopcode
revolution wrote:
...write an Itanium version of fasm, fasmitanium

and
revolution wrote:
I would be interested to see how you handle the instruction bundling.

At the moment, i think of soemthing new in a general way. I cannot enter new fields without being sure that they are the right fields for me. For example, i dont know nothing of ARM, very few of Motorola.

Only a thing about names, not so important but please, observe how many things on sourceforge related to fasm
http://sourceforge.net/search/?type_of_search=soft&words=fasm
unrealized, without concreteness

That is... the fasm name in its overbloating compounded words.
Fasm is very actractive...

OK, If one day i say i do a fasmitanium-something, it means that i will build it, i realize it.

In the meanwhile i hope Tomasz will implement SSE5 in fasm 1.70, because i have it done in my flde engine, and i dont know how to test it without coding them macro-manually
Very Happy

Regards,
hopcode
Post 19 Jan 2010, 16:05
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Borsuc



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Borsuc
hopcode, you can use the FASM sources for the compiler stuff, all you'd have to do is the instruction encodings.

EDIT: of course this is assuming FASMitanium compiles on x86. Razz
Post 19 Jan 2010, 18:05
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When MS say you are dead, then you are dead. Laughing

Microsoft Ending Support for Itanium

Sorry Intel, you lose. I don't think HP can save you.
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