Où en est son développement ?
la source décompilée de db92 ne se compile pas avec la 2.71.F3 (plantage), mais elle passe avec la 2.71.F2.
Est-ce normal qu'a68k coupe les lignes sans aucun message d'erreur ?
Version 2.71.F3c (Kevin Kofler, July 20, 2001) Applied a few patches submitted by Paul Froissart: * A few more adaptations for compiling with Microsoft Visual C++. (Note that I still recommend using GCC for Mingw32.) * A new command line switch: -v Allows to set a variable in the command line (like -d with GCC). The variable will be a SET, not EQU variable. Syntax: "-v<name>[,<value>]" (without spaces, and without the quotes). Note that <value> can only be a NUMBER at the moment. (We might support symbols as values in a future version.) The default value of <value> is 1. * Improved the optimization: - made optional the optimization which changes MOVEM with a single register to MOVE - added an optional optimization which changes ADD(A) and SUB(A) to LEA when applicable - added an optional optimization which changes LEA to ADDQ or SUBQ when applicable - added a command line switch which allows you to selectively disable some optimizations: -r Allows to disable specific optimizations: -rm Disable the MOVEM -> MOVE optimization -ra Disable the ADD(A)/SUB(A) -> LEA optimization -rl Disable the LEA -> ADDQ/SUBQ optimization You might use more than one -r switch (as in "-rm -ra") or combine them into a single switch (as in "-rma"). You can still use -n to disable ALL optimizations (even those not covered by -r). * Added 2 more synonyms: SLO = SCS SHS = SCC * The END directive is now optional. If you do not use it, the assembly will automatically end at the end of your source file. Also fixed a bug found by Paul Froissart involving the reporting of invalid flags with the SECTION directive. (Not that anyone would use those flags anyway.) Adapted and applied a very old patch by John Antonishek, which allows you to define a symbol as XDEF even if it has been declared as XREF before. This is especially use when using a common include file for globals. Moreover, END is not allowed in macros or include files anymore since that was causing a few bugs because A68k simply did not expect anyone to use it there. The quickest remedy is to simply remove the END instruction, since it is now optional anyway. Version 2.71.F3b (Kevin Kofler, July 12, 2001) Bugfix: Now raises an error if an undefined local label is used. Bugfix: Branches coded with an explicit length (.W or .L) are not optimized (or flagged as optimizable) anymore. (In previous versions, .B or .S was not optimized, but .W or .L could be optimized to a short branch. Now, only branches without an explicit length will be optimized.) Bugfix: Quoted strings can now be passed as macro arguments without the need for '<' and '>', even if they contain spaces or separators (',' or ';'). You can still use '<' and '>', for example in order to pass strings like <129,' version'> (which will appear as "ß version" on a TI-89/92/92+). Version 2.71.F3a (Kevin Kofler, July 9, 2001) Win32 port for the TIGCC project, compiled with GCC for Mingw32. Even though we recommend Mingw32, A68k should also compile with Microsoft Visual C++, thanks to Paul Froissart. (Please do NOT ask me questions about compiling with Visual C++. I have just put in Paul Froissart's ifdefs.) It also compiles with Cygwin, but since the result is larger than the Mingw32 version, I do not see any benefit in using it. Bugfix: My Win32 port of v.2.71.F3 did not support labels or variable names which contain accented characters. Bugfix: Now detects all errors in include files. All include files will be treated in pass 2 if an error is detected. Bugfix by Paul Froissart: fixed a random crash bug due to a missing initialization Bugfix by Julien Muchembled: allow odd displacements for words and longwords if the resulting address might be even The Win32 version is now less greedy with the memory, so its limitations are less annoying: * lines can now be 256 bytes long (Paul Froissart) * filenames (with path) can now be 259 bytes long (the Win32 maximum) * the default heap sizes have also been increased (Paul Froissart) Added the following synonyms: BLO = BCS BHS = BCC DBLO = DBCS DBHS = DBCC ROLX = ROXL RORX = ROXR Version 2.71.F3 (David Ellsworth, July 11, 2000) Fixed a bug introduced by my modifications that prevented branches from being optimized in Global XRef mode. [...]