[TUHS] Design of the AT&T assembly syntax
alec at sensi.org
Tue Oct 29 07:48:29 AEST 2019
Robert Clausecker <fuz at fuz.su>wrote:
> The one thing in this chain I have never found is an AT&T style
> assembler for x86 before ELF was introduced.
There were alot of AT&T codebase ports to x86 architecture except Xenix:
Microport, INTERACTIVE, Everex, Wyse e.t.c. using AT&T x86 syntax.
I've tried Microport SystemV /386 (SysV R3.2). It uses COFF
as format for executables:
(Rather interesting kernel ABI/Call convention)
There were also SystemV R2 to i286 ports i.e.:
with a.out binary format.
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