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r    112
those are some questions that it would really help me out if i got honest answers to them : Please answer only if u use an assembler a- what' your assembler? b- why(that assembler)? c- would you be willing to pay for another one? d- why would you pay for another one?(e.g. : better support, better syntax, better docs, ...etc)

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MrEvil    970
a. nasm
b. Free, multiple output formats, including flat-form binary which is useful for making bootloaders/kernels
c. Pay for software? [wink]
d. I woudldn't pay for any assembler.

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Narcist    126
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Original post by MrEvil
a. nasm
b. Free, multiple output formats, including flat-form binary which is useful for making bootloaders/kernels
and it doesnt use the bloody evil gnu (at&t?) syntax
c. Pay for software? [wink]
d. I woudldn't pay for any assembler.

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Oxyd    1162
Quote:
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Quote:
Original post by MrEvil
a. nasm
b. Free, multiple output formats, including flat-form binary which is useful for making bootloaders/kernels
and it doesnt use the bloody evil gnu (at&t?) syntax
c. Pay for software? [wink]
d. I woudldn't pay for any assembler.


Seconded.

Oxyd

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r    112
so, what would you like to add to nasm? (i think more syntax features like c structure style access??)

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