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Old 09 October 2013, 21:09   #1
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Tool to convert asm to gnu asm (gas)

I'm looking for some tool which can convert asm source to gnu asm. Mean about some tool (Amiga/PC) which transfer for example

move #33,D0 --> move #33,%D0
clr.l -(sp) --> clrl %sp@-

and so on.
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Old 10 October 2013, 20:23   #2
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The two types of syntax are sometimes referred to as Motorola and MIT. So you could google something like: mit motorola syntax convert

Doing that brought up mention of a "mit2mot" program which is probably the same one as at http://ftp.back2roots.org/geekgadget...cc/mit2mot.lha. But that converts from Motorola to MIT syntax, not MIT to Motorola. This comp.sys.amiga.programmer thread from 1995 mentions a mot2mit tool, but I couldn't find that yet.

Update: Found it! mot2mit and mit2mot executables are in http://ftp.fi.netbsd.org/pub/amiga/g...cc263-base.lha

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Old 11 October 2013, 16:05   #3
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I'm looking for some tool which can convert asm source to gnu asm.
Why would you want to do that to your sources? There are free and portable cross assemblers which understand the original syntax.
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Old 11 October 2013, 16:59   #4
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Why would you want to do that to your sources?
Because they want to use gnu asm for something
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Old 11 October 2013, 17:07   #5
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I think you only need d0 -> %d0 conversion. At least gcc (used in aros m68k) supports both syntax in addressing modes, for example clr.l -(%sp) does work.
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Old 11 October 2013, 18:11   #6
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Cross-assembling this:
Code:
_mysprintf:
            movem.l a2-a3/a6,-(sp)

            move.l  4*4(sp),a3
            move.l  5*4(sp),a0
            lea   	6*4(sp),a1
            lea.l   stuffChar(pc),a2
            move.l  _SysBase,a6
            jsr     _LVORawDoFmt(a6)

            movem.l (sp)+,a2/a3/a6
            rts
with this:
m68k-amigaos-as -version
GNU assembler 2.14

works fine.
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Old 12 October 2013, 12:45   #7
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You might try the MRI compatibility mode. Also using a good editor to replace the items via the regex replace function would be a good idea.
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