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PASM

Description: PowerPC assembler
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Size: 85kb
Version: 1.8
Date: 03 Jul 2024
Author: Frank Wille
Submitter: Samir Hawamdeh
Homepage: http://sun.hasenbraten.de/~frank/projects/
Category: development/misc
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 12991
 
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                                                    pasm V1.8

NAME
     pasm - PowerPC assembler

SYNOPSIS
     pasm [-amwxHRVX] [-B address] [-D symbol[=value]] [-F format]
          [-I include-path] [-O opt-level] [-o filename] source-file

DESCRIPTION
     pasm is a 32/64-bit PowerPC assembler and its usual task is to
     assemble the output of the vbcc C compiler. It supports macros
     and include files, so it could also be used for direct PowerPC
     program development.

     pasm uses the same syntax as Motorola's PAS assembler or the
     PPC-port of the GNU assembler.

     All PowerPC standard instructions are supported: User level-,
     supervisor level-, optional-, 32-bit and 64-bit instructions.
     Additionally, there is a huge set of extended mnemonics as proposed
     in the "PowerPC Programming Environments" from IBM and Motorola.

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