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Supporting 64-bit ARM systems

Supporting 64-bit ARM systems

Posted Jul 11, 2012 7:09 UTC (Wed) by cmarinas (subscriber, #39468)
In reply to: Supporting 64-bit ARM systems by ringerc
Parent article: Supporting 64-bit ARM systems

The assembler syntax is different. It has some similarities for a few mnemonics but you cannot compile one into the other (like we could do with the Thumb-2 unified syntax). The register names are different: R0 on 32-bit vs X0 on 64-bit. Even the comment syntax has been changed from "@" to "//" (because of some clashes of the former).


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