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bdlepla



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bdlepla 05 Sep 2023, 02:42
using flat assembler version g.k4v8

Snippet I'm assembling:
Code:
        vpmaskmovq      ymm1,ymm0,[rsi]                 
        vpmaskmovq      [rdi],ymm0,ymm1    


when I use the following to disassemble my program (on Linux):
Code:
objdump -d test > test.s    


This is what is produced for my snippet:
Code:
        401424: c4 e2 fd 8c 0e          vpmaskmovq (%rsi),%ymm0,%ymm1
        401429: c4 e2 f9 8e 0f          vpmaskmovq %xmm1,%xmm0,(%rdi)  ; <-- this should be using ymm0 and ymm1, not xmm0 and xmm1    


The issue is that the second call to vpmaskmovq to move from ymm1 with mask ymm0 to memory, is erroneously using xmm1 and xmm0 instead.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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revolution
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revolution 05 Sep 2023, 04:20
The encoding should be FD
Code:
~ ndisasm -b 64 bdlepla.bin
00000000  C4E2FD8C0E        vpmaskmovq ymm1,ymm0,yword [rsi]
00000005  C4E2F98E0F        vpmaskmovq oword [rdi],xmm0,xmm1
0000000A  C4E2FD8E0F        vpmaskmovq yword [rdi],ymm0,ymm1    
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revolution 05 Sep 2023, 04:21
fasm assembles it correctly. fasmg is incorrect.
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Tomasz Grysztar 05 Sep 2023, 06:17
It's a mistake in my implementation of AVX2 for fasmg. The same issue is also present in x86-2 encoder (and therefore fasm 2). I'm correcting it in all places.
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bdlepla



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bdlepla 05 Sep 2023, 12:36
Thank you both. I applied the changes locally and all is well.
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