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Re: Guidelines? (And a quick note about the website)
On Mon, 22 Mar 1999, The Greene Family wrote:
> One more thing i should ask is about the use of assembly, i'm a fairly
> experienced assembler coder, but i am anything but adept at the AT&T syntax
> (to be straight forward: i've never been able to get the blasted syntax to
> work!) so would using NASM be a bad thing or what?
I generally try to keep to the approach, that it's better to optimise once
you have a solid code base.
We also want to be portable to all practical linux platforms.