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SubjectRe: [PATCH] APM support doesn't compile with binutils

On Wed, 25 Mar 1998, H. J. Lu wrote:
> There are no pushw/pushb for cs/ds/es/fs/gs/ss in my Intel reference
> manual. You can only use push %ds or pop %ds. I will fix mov in
> binutils

There is no "movl" in the intel manuals either, so what's your point? We
all know that gas syntax is not the same as intel syntax.

Intel only documents "mov" and "push", but gas accepts movb/movw/movl for
normal data access and should definitely accept movw/movl/pushw/pushl on
segment registers.

You're definitely right on "pushb" being illegal, no question about that.


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