80[1,2]86 assembler that runs on System V ver.2->3?

80[1,2]86 assembler that runs on System V ver.2->3?

Post by Mitchell Lern » Sun, 02 Sep 1990 19:30:00



We are definitley looking for an assembler that runs under
ATT Unix V.2,3.  It must be able to take as input Intel opcodes and
optionaly generate as output transportable ascii hex.

We need to be able to do development for non Unix-based 80x86 micros on
SVR#.

Any pointers?

Thanks.

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Mitchell Lerner
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