will the current FreeBSD C; compile (true) AT&T assembler files, with embedded / delimited comments ?
g4jht at eircom.net
Sun Nov 10 17:59:26 UTC 2019
I have an oddball question:
I looking for a compiler (not gcc) that can handle things like the
which is pure AT&T syntax i386 assembler
/----------- start of snippet --------------
/ Allocate new counter
addl $4,%eax / compute ptr to call count (counter.count)
movl %eax,(%edx) / and store it in caller's ptr
movl %edx,-4(%eax) / set proc addr in counter structure
movl $1,(%eax) / init call count (skip increment)
/----------- end of snippet --------------
I do not wish to start changing the source rather I am looking for a
will process it in unmodified form (and without resorting to
pre-processor or other "tricks"?
Will the compiler in current FreeBSD do what I want please ?
If it will also accept (pre-ANSI) K&R Whitebook C that would be even
Note I am not a newbie!
great weekend and regards,
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