SPITBOL Status Report: NASM to GAS conversion complete

The conversion of asm.spt to generate gnu assembler (gas) code instead of nasm format is complete.

For those who know of such matters, I now generate att syntax, as it’s easier to generate from a program than intel syntax.

A few hours ago I finally got a compile with no errors, so I could run the executable.

It’s still dying early on. The good news is that with the use of gas I can now use ‘-g’ for debugging and get useful information from the ‘ddd’ debugger.

Simply put, I have debugging resources at hand that should suffice, so it’s just a matter of slogging along until its done. I don’t think it’ll take that long.

If you want to follow the details, or track my work, checkout branch ‘gas’.

I’ll keep you posted.

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