Yes purebasic is generating assembler code out of its commands.
Anders Anderson did the assembler stuff.
And he did a quite good job I think :-)
Am Mittwoch, 24. August 2005 10:25 schrieb Frank Schafer:
> right, and that means we have to study PB's syntax ... what I'm doing
> just now if I have some time.
> PB itself is probably written in C. A compiler with less than 140kB IMHO
> isn't written in C++.
> BTW: Have a look at ``strings pbcompiler | more''!
> It's VEEEEEERY interesting. Seems pbcompiler simply maps BASIC
> instructions to assembler mnemonics.
> On Wed, 2005-08-24 at 11:09 +0300, Matan Peled wrote:
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> > Well, of course. But it wasn't used before, rather PureBasic's one was
> > used.
> > Now we need to use that API (Thats what I meant by "Talking to SDL"...)
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