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> Compiler Internals > Will future v. of Fasm include Itanium instructions set ?
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...write an Itanium version of fasm, fasmitanium
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
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
|19 Jan 2010, 16:05||
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.
|19 Jan 2010, 18:05||
When MS say you are dead, then you are dead.
Microsoft Ending Support for Itanium
Sorry Intel, you lose. I don't think HP can save you.
|05 Apr 2010, 06:42||
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