Jonathon - I'm in the testing phase now but, thankfully, strictly 32 bit
code. One trick I've found that's been helpful is "fasmarm", which is
an offshoot of a 386 et.al. assembler. The name is, if memory serves,
flat assembler or fasm. I've got it on a Microsoft xp msdos directory.
The fasmarm handles the 64 bit codes which might make it useful for
Jonathan Harston <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, 13 May 2021 at 02:18:08 UTC+1, Hul Tytus wrote:
> > Anyone know where on the internet files of programs, or portions
> > of such, written an Arm assembley can be found? I'm in need
> > of examples of arm assembly to serve as test code for a just
> > written assembler.
> Good luck. I'm in the middle of writing an ARM64 assembler, so
> am in the same position. Plus untangling the complexity of the
> ARM64 instruction architecture. ;)