Is GCC >= 3.1 available for ELDK ? (or other means to compile Ada code)

Conn Clark clark at
Thu Jun 19 04:04:10 EST 2003

John Zhou wrote:
> Hi,
> Does anybody know where I can get the document or manual about PowerPC assembly language ("as") ?
> Thanks in advance!
> Regards,
> Zhou
Hi John,

Here is a good starting point,lnxw09=PowPC

Here is an IBM PDF file (600+ page book) on PowerPC assembly lang

Here is an IBM PDF compiler writers guide on PPC asm tuning etc.

Here is a good starting point for Linux based asm (mostly x86)

	The most useful thing I can recomend is using these books/guides as a
reference and compiling c source code with the GCC flag  --save-temps to
generate assembly source from c code. This not only gives you a good
idea of what the assembly code is doing, but lets you analyze and refine
your C coding technique and practices to generate the best code.

Good Luck


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Conn Clark
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