Re: Machine language and assembler translators?

A Pietu Pohjalainen <pohjalai@cc.helsinki.fi>
28 Jul 2005 02:33:34 -0400

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From: A Pietu Pohjalainen <pohjalai@cc.helsinki.fi>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 28 Jul 2005 02:33:34 -0400
Organization: University of Helsinki
References: 05-06-103 05-06-112 05-07-089 05-07-094
Keywords: translator

glen herrmannsfeldt <gah@ugcs.caltech.edu> wrote:
> Now, I wonder what happens when you run 68K mac code on an x86 emulating
> PowerPC. Does it emulate the 68K emulator?


> Hmm, that will be interesting to see...


The current knowledge is that the Classic environment will be
scrapped on Intel macs. Too bad - it wouldn't be that big effort (as far
as I understand..) to convert it to run straight on x86. But then again,
maybe the benefits are even lower.


br,
Pietu


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