Wed Sep 11 01:47:00 GMT 2002
> On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 11:48:29AM +0100, Bruce Adams wrote:
> > Thanks. I can now see that the dialect does not match that of the
> > code base I wish to port (including some third party source). Is
> > there any way I persuade gas to accept my dialect or must I abandon
> > this endeavor and switch to a commercial product (I feel dirty just
> > saying that :-).
> --register-prefix-optional will "fix" the d0 vs %d0 issue,
> and a little
> sed (or perl) goes a long way in the assembly world for translating
> between incompatible assembly formats.
or even TCL, sed's dead baby. :-)
That's not the point though. I don't what the 'correct' assembly
format is. The manual is misleading.
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