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nathanpc



Joined: 23 Aug 2009
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nathanpc
Hello,
I'm trying to find, but i don't found an Assembler for ARM Linux(JLime), that runs on a HP Jornada 720, then i'm suggesting a Fasm version for it.

Thanks,
Nathan Paulino Campos

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Post 15 Sep 2009, 17:42
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kohlrak



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kohlrak
May seem silly to say, but look up (especially at the stickies).
Post 10 Oct 2009, 06:25
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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Post 10 Oct 2009, 06:28
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mattst88



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mattst88
Unclear question.

Do you want an assembler that assembles ARM code? Alternatively, do you want an assembler that runs on ARM?
Post 12 Oct 2009, 20:33
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Kuemmel



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Kuemmel
Hi guys,

nearly a similar question from me. As there now seems to be Netbooks based on ARM cores available:
http://www.alwaysinnovating.com/touchbook/info.htm

...I just wonder if I could use ARM FASM to do some coding on something like that ?

Is it also possible to use the NEON extension (I think on the used OMAP chip it's the only FP hardware implemented, or is there such a thing like a special FPU like on x86) ? EDIT: Ups, I see there's something like an FPU, called VFP...just the question what's more usefuell, guess it's like FPU or SSE...

I'm really curious going back to ARM coding as I used to do it with my Acorn Risc PC, but at that time with the StrongARM there was no hardware FP...
Post 09 Nov 2009, 19:02
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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NEON implements VFPv3 (the FPU) and also the integer vectors instructions (similar to SSE5/AVX). It is in the TI OMAP 35xx, I use the same chip in my stuff.
Post 10 Nov 2009, 00:05
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