mips: genmongoosev/start/start.S

Bill Gatliff bgat at billgatliff.com
Wed Sep 10 16:46:58 UTC 2003


Oops, my bad.  The Linux kernel sources have a header file called 
regdef.h.  It's used to turn $0 into "zero", for example, but isn't 
doing anything with instructions...  Not related to binutils, though.


gregory.menke at gsfc.nasa.gov wrote:

>Bill Gatliff writes:
> > Greg:
> > 
> > 
> > I'm not a MIPS guru (yet!), but I'm thinking that some of the MIPS 
> > macros come from include files.  Could this be a case of a missing 
> > ..include directive, or a missing macro definition that used to be there?
>I've not seen them in any includes yet, I think much of the macrology
>is coming from inside gas, as there are environmental issues that
>affect some instructions.  I'd love to know where the stuff is set up
>though, as there might well be some really handy instruction

Bill Gatliff
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