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Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 15:05:56 +1000
From: David Luyer <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: Assembly files

On 7/6/06 3:01 PM, "David Luyer" <> wrote:

> On 7/6/06 3:45 PM, "Ami Schwartzman" <> wrote:
>> Hi
>> Me and my friend are in the process of migrating John to Visual C++.  We
>> have successfully migrated all files (based on MinGW jumbo patch) and
>> have only the two assembly files x86.S and x86-mmx.S (later on sse) left.
>> Now, these files are written for the GNU assembler (in AT&T syntax and
>> also needs to be preprocessed).  Is there a version for MASM or
>> something in Intel syntax out there?
> I think your best hope would be to write something to do the translation
> so you can easily keep it updated - ie: run them through cpp and then
> write a simple perl script to translate the result from AT&T to Intel
> syntax.

Sorry to follow up my own post.

There are of course some pre-existing converters to do this.



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