ASM update made available: RISC OS 32-bit support enabledBy Chris Williams. Published: 30th Nov 13:22:34 | Permalink | Printable
Nick Roberts has updated his ASM application in response to the recent RISC OS ltd. announcement of full 32-bit processor embracement. In case you missed this, the RISC OS C/C++ SharedC libraries have been re-developed to enable RISC OS C/C++ applications to work when the RISC OS operating system, (hopefully), migrates to the 32-bit RISC processors of the ever approaching future.
ASM is a freeware assembler that now provides facilities for generating 32-bit clean code, suitable for linking with programs intended to run with the new APCS-32 SharedCLibrary.
ASM area of the tigger webspace: Follow the Misc link from www.argonet.co.uk/users/tigger/programs/
(Note from the editor: I would also like to hear from anyone who has tried out the new 32-bit libraries or bought one of those new Bush net TVs that uses RISC OS.
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