On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 05:35:22PM +1000, Paul Edwards wrote:
> GCC 3.4.6 natively handles different character
> sets for source and target. It actually works
> fine, writing source code in ASCII targeting
> an EBCDIC destination.
> However, __asm() doesn't seem to be working.
> As seen below, it is generating EBCDIC data
> in the ASCII assembler output. Those funny
> characters are in fact the EBCDIC code for
> "ABC" and "DEF".
> Anyone know how to fix this?
Does it work better with a GCC version that is less than ten years old?