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mastek



Joined: 29 Jun 2006
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mastek
To Tomasz Grysztar:
Hello Tom. Do you think build fasm for PowerPC microprocessor (IBM) ?
Post 07 Jan 2007, 10:32
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mattst88



Joined: 12 May 2006
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mattst88
no. It's written in x86 asm.
Post 09 Jan 2007, 18:47
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Garthower



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Garthower
And what for? PowerPC not so popular platform that under one it was meaningful to develop the compiler. It unless when will not be ANY problems with x86-platform or as a hobby Smile IMXO
Post 11 Jan 2007, 16:32
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kohlrak



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kohlrak
I heard the gamecube used a powerpc processor... But that's all hearsay, since i didn't bother looking myself.
Post 12 Jan 2007, 05:07
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zir_blazer



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zir_blazer
As far that I know FASMARM http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=4191 is supposed to compile for ARM based Processors, but it needs an x86 machine to run.
Post 12 Jan 2007, 06:16
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madmatt



Joined: 07 Oct 2003
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madmatt
There is an assembler called -> fantasm, that assemble's power-pc assembly code, it requires a power-pc mac to run though. Another problem is it hasn't been maintained since 2004, but it is now open source therefore free.

Here is the link
http://www.lightsoft.co.uk/Fantasm/fant.html
Post 12 Jan 2007, 08:40
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
zir_blazer wrote:
FASMARM is supposed to compile for ARM based Processors, but it needs an x86 machine to run.
Hi, yes, fasmarm is a cross assembler.

mastek: Do you want a PowerPC cross assembler or do you want the whole of fasm ported to run on the PowerPC?
Post 12 Jan 2007, 11:09
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Garthower



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Garthower
In fact MAC pass on Intel-based platform. And on the other hand, you can buy to yourself newer MAC and use FASM for x86 Wink
Post 12 Jan 2007, 11:14
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rugxulo



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OpenWatcom 1.6 has a PowerPC assembler (WASPPC.EXE, version 0.3, under \BINW).
Post 18 Jan 2007, 22:15
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MCD



Joined: 21 Aug 2004
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kohlrak wrote:
I heard the gamecube used a powerpc processor...
Also the Xbox 360 from M$ uses a PowerPC-based CPU, since the Intel CPU in the previous Xbox was not "efficient" enough, so now we got the prove that even M****S**t finds x86 based CPU unefficient Laughing

And I find it more important that the PlayStation 3's Cell processor got a Power-PC based main/supervisor CPU.
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