Re: Rene can't handle AoA's Success

"robertwessel2@xxxxxxxxx" <robertwessel2@xxxxxxxxx> écrivait

If you look at the "Intel© 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software
Developer's Manual, Volume 3A: System Programming Guide"

Sections 9.10.1 and 9.10.2 shows the Intel sample processor startup
code, still coded in (Intel) ASM386.

Intel has basically abandoned their old x86 assembler, and recommend
MASM, NASM or GAS depending on the environment. They do supply an IPF

MASM mostly copied that.

Ah! Many thanks. I had never seen this. It seems, indeed,
to be an ancestor of MASM, with the same terrific defects.


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