What not as assembler and it's debugger?
Sun Sep 15 03:44:00 GMT 2019
Since the elfutils project provides a Linux-only tuned edition of ELF
binary management toolkit, why does it not also include an assembler and
it's associated debugger?
I understand that the AT&T mnemonics are something of a standard under
Unix and Unix-like operating systems, and that GNU binutils provides
"as" for the same, but since elfutils provides replacements for almost
all of the utilities from binutils why not an assembler too?
Also, if interested in a "assembly language debugger", I would suggest
ALD is now frozen and almost abandon-ware, but if it could be pulled-in
and revived as part of elfutils, that would be really big deal for those
of us who only work with the low-level ELF oriented code using
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