On 23-May-00 John Baldwin wrote:
> jhb         2000/05/23 05:18:49 PDT
>   Modified files:
>     sys/boot/i386/boot0  Makefile boot0.s 
>     sys/boot/i386/boot2  Makefile boot1.s 
>     sys/boot/i386/btx/btx Makefile btx.s 
>     sys/boot/i386/cdldr  cdldr.s 
>     sys/boot/i386/pxeldr pxeldr.s 
>   Removed files:
>     sys/boot/i386/boot0  boot0.m4 
>     sys/boot/i386/boot2  boot1.m4 
>     sys/boot/i386/btx/btx btx.m4 
>   Log:
>   Clean up all of the 16-bit assembly code in the x86 bootstrap to work
>   with the new binutils.  Now that we have a decent assembler, all the old
>   m4 macros are no longer needed.  Instead, straight assembly can be used
>   since as(1) now understands 16-bit addressing, branches, etc.  Also,
>   several bugs have been fixed in as(1), allowing boot0.s to be further
>   cleaned up.

This should fix the world.


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