Re: Configurable Assembler? (George C. Lindauer)
7 Nov 1997 00:46:11 -0500

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From: (George C. Lindauer)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 7 Nov 1997 00:46:11 -0500
Organization: University of Louisville
References: 97-11-014 97-11-027
Keywords: assembler

> "Todd L. Cignetti" <> writes:

> >
> > I am looking for an assembler that allows me to specify the instructions
> > and the corresponding opcodes. Basically, I need to add new opcodes to
> > an existing instruction set.
> >

there are two or three of these things around... a simple one you can
get is called TASM and another one is called FRANKASM. Both of those
are heavily geered to byte-wide architectures. There is another
one I've seen but it is shareware and the output is mangled until you
buy, I don't remember what it is called but it would probably fill the
bill. All of these take script descriptions of the instructions, although
with FRANKASM you run various unix scripts to build C files out of the
scripts you have made... then link them with a standard set of control


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