|IBM PC Assembler grammar is wanted!!! firstname.lastname@example.org (Denis) (1998-03-18)|
|Re: IBM PC Assembler grammar is wanted!!! email@example.com (John Lindsay) (1998-03-20)|
|Re: IBM PC Assembler grammar is wanted!!! firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-03-20)|
|From:||"John Lindsay" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||20 Mar 1998 01:23:55 -0500|
|Organization:||Royal Military College of Canada|
> Hi there!
> I need IBM PC Assembler YACC grammar as well as lexical analizer.
Me too. The problem here is that there is a huge divergence between
the syntax, command-line switches and in-line directives, defaults,
concepts implemented and linker/(os object code) structures supported
in all the PC assemblers. There's a hot thread in alt.lang.asm and
comp.lang.asm.x86 about this sort of thing.
I know of the folowing:
MASM (several versions)
TASM (several versions)
ALP (OS/2 32-bit only).
There's almost certainly more; can anyone add to this list ?
On a separate shelf, there's Terse (an asm preprocessor that allows
some more natural/HLL-style things and works with at least most of the
above). And there are no doubt, a small number of separate
macro-preprocessors (lists anyone ?).
I have no idea whether it would be possible to write a syntax to
represent more than one of these; it would be a nightmare to try to
write one semantic description of any more than one of them.
John H. Lindsay firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA
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KINGSTON ON K7K 7B4 CANADA
Phone: (613) 541-6000--1--6419
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