AT&T to Intel Syntax Translation

From: David Librik (spamtrap_at_crayne.org)
Date: 10/21/04


Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 17:48:39 +0000 (UTC)

Is there a tool which will automatically translate AT&T syntax
x86 files to Intel syntax?

Bonus points if it can handle the range of GAS (GNU assembler)
assembler directives as well, producing a MASM compatible (.asm)
file from a GAS (.s) one.

- David Librik
librik@panix.com



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