The 64-Bit Assembler Conversion Aid is a Linux-based executable file that will make changes to a program or application, allowing for its use in a 64-bit environment.
The 64-Bit Assembler Conversion Aid is a Linux-based executable file that will make changes to a program or application, allowing for its use in a 64-bit environment. The conversion aid is run from a Linux command line and does the following:
- Converts register instructions for use in 64-bit mode; register instructions use 64-bit values rather than 32-bit values.
- Converts most branch instructions to branch relatives.
- Converts applicable literal instructions to immediate instructions, where appropriate
- Converts macro names as needed.
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