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Zetus



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Zetus
Is anybody tried this?
How I must write the headers and what is limitations?
If possible, send me one working example.

For default PE WinCE talks "incompatible executable format".

Thanks.

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Post 29 Jun 2004, 07:09
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pelaillo
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Keep in mind that WinCE runs in other platforms than x86, mostly on ARM processors. Fasm is *still* not ported to ARM, but it's a question of time and someone that takes the challenge Wink
Post 29 Jun 2004, 12:26
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Zetus



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Zetus
I think about intel xScale.. It's very near to traditional intel command system.

But how difficult to rebound fasm to other command system? Is it possible to make an "open" - text like - base of macros, wich replace Each command? Smile I not so good in xScale coding, but if where is some interested and helpfull peoples - we can made such support, I think. This a great task, specially cause of puny and handless instruments of programming for mobile devices.
Post 30 Jun 2004, 06:40
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crc



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It should be possible to write a set of macros for the ARM (XScale is a type of ARM cpu, IIRC) that compile the bytecode for each corresponding instruction. It'd be really easy for someone familiar with the ARM opcodes and instruction set Smile
Post 30 Jun 2004, 09:56
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