Re: very customisable compiler

"Joseph Malicki" <>
19 Oct 2000 14:38:42 -0400

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From: "Joseph Malicki" <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 19 Oct 2000 14:38:42 -0400
Organization: The Ohio State University Dept. of Computer and Info. Science
References: 00-10-057
Keywords: linker, comment

Even in the worst case, if the linker can't do what you want, you
should be able to have gcc generate assembly output and have a perl
script modify the assembly directives before passing it along to


"DeSilva" <> wrote in message news:00-10-057@comp.compilers...
> I am looking for a compiler which can be tweeked and set up for all
> sorts of oddities. I need for it to be able to compile to any
> customisable origin in memory, it should be able o generate raw code
> which can simply be copied into memory and jumped to. In general a
> good c or c++ compiler (with asm support) for developing a simple OS
> Which compiler could you sugest for me to use? A free trial or free
> in general compiler would be frefered since this is just a hoby
> project.. just sick and tired of doing it in pure asm *sigh*
> [Few compilers can do that, but most linkers can produce absolute code
> at any origin you want. -John]

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