[fpc-pascal] fpc-2.1.4.x86_64-win64.exe: default switch generates intel asm, ironic ? Can free pascal reverse engineer executables and dll's ?

Graeme Geldenhuys graemeg.lists at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 13:06:05 CEST 2007

[... not really Free Pascal related...]

Seeing that it sounds like you enjoy assembly language. Maybe you
would like the following assembly framework created by Gibson Research

Homepage with loads of utility apps for Windows.

Most popular freeware on GRC.com
Scroll down until you find:  Small Is Beautiful (SIB)

It's a Windows assembly language starter kit.	
Quote from the author:
"I write all of my Windows and other utilities in 100% pure assembly
language. This results in the smallest, fastest, and most efficient
programs possible. I created the "Small is Beautiful" kit to help
interested assembly language programmers get started writing Windows
programs in pure assembly language."

It is very impressive what the author managed to do and his utilities
are really small!  Around 10-20k, yet does an amazing amount.

Where are the days I used to understand assembly language. :-)  I
wonder if one can do something like that for Linux or the Mac?

  - Graeme -

On 26/07/07, Skybuck Flying <skybuck2000 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I like free pascal compiler to generate an assembler listing of
> HelloWorld.pas and fortunately it can do that which is really cool !
> I simply type:

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