Hey Privalov!

Can't you please add 64-bit support to fasm or release an own version that supports 64-bit? Please!!! :)
I really need it to a project! (With fasm I have learn many things in short time, and now I'm going to try 64-bit programming - NB! I'm not stupid... I have programmed in other languages for a long time before assembly) :)

That would be great!!! Keep on good working! It's excellent!!!

Thanks!
Posted on 2002-08-30 06:25:25 by NewToAssembly
Thats very kind of you to donate a Itanium machine to Privalov so he can start with 64bit-FASM. :rolleyes:
Posted on 2002-08-30 07:15:59 by bazik
That's a problem, yeah! :) I didn't think so far...

But it had been really nice if he could do it... He wrote once that it should be easy to do... ;) If anyone else have a 64-bit system to test it on, it could be done... Don't you think so too??? (?)

Well... I hope so. Thanks for your quick reply.
Posted on 2002-08-30 07:25:50 by NewToAssembly
Maybe I should ask the AMD to support me with the Itanium so I could add these instructions?
:stupid:???
Posted on 2002-08-30 08:15:03 by Tomasz Grysztar
Or write your own OS which emulates 64bit instructions :grin:

Hint: ask Qages :rolleyes:
Posted on 2002-08-30 08:53:57 by bazik
I've heard itaniums have been given out for free to developers but I don't know exactly what's the deal and the actual story of it. I guess its only the developers from PC manufacturers who were given free itaniums for testing. :(

You know, Intel or AMD should send some representative here since this is the only place where there are a lot of independent people creating their own assemblers and operating systems.
Posted on 2002-08-30 11:09:42 by stryker

I don't know exactly what's the deal and the actual story of it.


You must buy your own motherboard? :)
Posted on 2002-08-30 11:16:37 by bazik

Maybe I should ask the AMD to support me with the Itanium so I could add these instructions?
:stupid:???

Better ask Intel to support you with the itanium, or ask AMD to support you with the hammer.
Posted on 2002-08-30 14:25:42 by octavio
It would be really nice to find a solution that helps Thomasz to do this... :) You are the best Thomasz!

Thanks again. I'll try to find a solution to help you, my self (of course).

Keep on!!!

NB! Sorry my bad english!
Posted on 2002-08-30 14:35:31 by NewToAssembly
Oh yes, I did mean the Hammer...
I can't even get the AMD's docs for x86-64 (at http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/DevelopWithAMD/0,,30_2252_875_4622,00.html), because in Ordering form there's only selection for the USA and Canada, so I assume they won't want send them to Poland... :(
Posted on 2002-08-31 09:23:31 by Tomasz Grysztar
Posted on 2002-08-31 09:36:43 by bazik
Yes, I knew that address, but I mean the problems with getting the hard-copy documentation (well, I can't afford printing pdf docs right now, I don't have a printer).
Posted on 2002-08-31 10:53:11 by Tomasz Grysztar
I don't know so much about where to find stuff like this, but I'll - of course - update you if I find something interresting.

Sorry my bad english!
Keep on working! ;)
Posted on 2002-08-31 12:10:23 by NewToAssembly

Posted by NewToAssembly
I'll try to find a solution to help you, my self (of course).


The best solution is that you write your own 64-bit Assembler... ;)
Posted on 2002-08-31 21:29:45 by CodeLover
That would probably be the best thing to do, but I'm not so familiar with assembly programming yet, I'm afraid. That's the reason why I'm asking the creator of FASM! ;)
Posted on 2002-09-01 01:43:51 by NewToAssembly