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Convert Diab assembler source to GNU format?

I've got a largish PPC assembly source file that was originally used in a
project built with the Diab toolset.  Now I want to use this same file in a
GNU-based project.  The tools being used are provided by Wind River, so
they're old.  The versions are shown below.

The Diab assembler appears to be *very* different from as.  The errors start
from line 1 as Diab uses the Intel convention of a semi-colon for a comment
character.  Sigh.

I'm willing to post the file if anyone is interested (nothing proprietary in
it, I think), but it is 22KB in size.  If this was x86 I'd just rewrite the
source, but as my knowledge of PPC asm is almost non-existent I need to use
this file.

Does anyone know of a utility that will convert an asm source file from the
Diab format to a format that the GNU assembler will recognize?

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gcc -v
Reading specs from
gcc driver version cygnus-2.7.2-960126 egcs-971225 tornado 2.0 executing gcc
version cygnus-2.7.2-960126

as -v
GNU assembler version cygnus-2.6 (powerpc-wrs-vxworks), using BFD version

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