Writing an assembler in Python

Albert van der Horst albert at spenarnc.xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 2 19:48:59 CET 2010

In article <Xns9D28186AF890Cfdnbgui7uhu5h8hrnuio at>,
Giorgos Tzampanakis  <gt67 at hw.ac.uk> wrote:
>I'm implementing a CPU that will run on an FPGA. I want to have a
>(dead) simple assembler that will generate the machine code for
>me. I want to use Python for that. Are there any libraries that
>can help me with the parsing of the assembly code?

I have a pentium assembler in perl on my website below.
(postit-fixup principle).
You could borrow some idea's, if you can read perl.
The main purpose is to have a very simple and straightforward
assembler at the expense of ease of use.

Groetjes Albert
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