[LLVMdev] llc generated machine assembly code for NASM
libengu at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 17:58:21 PST 2010
For a simple example, I took the machine assembly code generated by llc and
with a little manual change on the assebmly code (the way how llc generates
.text segment is not accepted by MASM), it is able to be assembled and
linked by MASM. And it runs. Haven't tried it on NASM yet.
I am sure that you've run into many problems when efforts were carried out
to implement the Intel ASM printer between version 1.6 and 1.7. I'd
appreciated it if you could point me to any document with regard to relavent
problems at that time. Probably I don't need a fully functional production
quality assembler for my purpose. If I could find out that the gap between
the current llc and what I need is not huge, I would like to enhance the llc
Intel ASM printer by myself.
On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 11:41 AM, Anton Korobeynikov <
anton at korobeynikov.info> wrote:
> > Does anybody have an idea of roughly how much effort is required to make
> > intel asm printer to be usable? If it is within weeks, probably I can
> > it a try.
> The required efforts equal to ones required to write new assembler.
> "Too weak to be usable" means "it's not possible to represent many
> important constructs with masm/nasm/fasm".
> With best regards, Anton Korobeynikov
> Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Saint Petersburg State University
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