Which assembler do I pick for i386 and x86_64 ?
I see a few different ones out there - nasm, gas, yasm, lzasm, fasm,
probably many others too.
I am a long-time TASM user, and very familiar with it, and I have a lot
of code around written for TASM.
yasm is supposed to be able to mimick tasm, but last I tried it didn't
work very well or support was very limited. If it wasn't for TASMs
obvious lack of support for anything that happened after 1998, I would
still be using that, but I really need a modern assembler. If I have to
learn new format, so be it. Any recommendations? I've been taking
some baby steps with nasm, but I'm not overly impressed with it sofar.
/Per Jessen, Zürich
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