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Volker Barthelmann's/Frank Wille's VASM assembler for the JRISC

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12 hours ago, Zerosquare said:

Does anyone actually use VASM for Jaguar programming?

I do, I use it mostly for 68K. The ELF format support is just fine for me.

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7 minutes ago, Zerosquare said:

Interesting. Why did you choose it over RMAC?

I have nothing against rmac, I have big respects for people working on it. I use it when I got old source codes. rmac is quicker to use than vasm in this case.

 

I started to use vasm several years ago because it worked well with vlink and gcc. My toolchain is based on ELF format, which help me to use DWARF debug information.

So I can trace at source level with my VJ Rx version.

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47 minutes ago, dilinger said:

I have nothing against rmac, I have big respects for people working on it. I use it when I got old source codes. rmac is quicker to use than vasm in this case.

 

I started to use vasm several years ago because it worked well with vlink and gcc. My toolchain is based on ELF format, which help me to use DWARF debug information.

So I can trace at source level with my VJ Rx version.

trace at source level sounds cool, can you elaborate that more?

Btw any progress with Rx?

 

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8 minutes ago, Cyprian_K said:

trace at source level sounds cool, can you elaborate that more?

Btw any progress with Rx?

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I work on it time to time. I have updated the develop branch with the source tracing and additional stuff. Feel free to build it from this branch if you want to have a look at it.

I use it on Windows only but, in theory, it should work on Linux too.

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