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New years resolution: CHASM64 – More on Delphi x64 by twitter kylix_rd (Allen Bauer)

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/12/29

As a continuation of the previous assembly, the new twitter kylix_rd messages on Delphi x64:

To save people from browsing Twitter history: the first link in the quote has the CHASM64 picture :-)

kylix_rd:

I wonder what to make of this? http://yfrog.com/h2e20wp
28 dec

@davidheff I cannot confirm or deny any relationship CHASM64 has to dcc64 ;-)
24 Dec

kylix_rd Allen Bauer
As a followup… there is now a CHASM64 folder in the dev tree.
23 Dec

kylix_rd Allen Bauer
Interesting tidbit; The current Delphi inline assembler is called CHASM internally. Why? Chuck J. wrote it for Kylix. CHuck’s ASM = CHASM
23 Dec

kylix_rd Allen Bauer
Another reason why writing tools for x64 is a bit more fiddly than x86: http://bit.ly/hh3Q59 . Now consider the restrictions on asm…
15 Dec

kylix_rd Allen Bauer
Another excellent discussion of the x64 calling conventions ABI: http://bit.ly/hgLl8N
15 Dec

–jeroen

via: More on Delphi x64 by twitter kylix_rd (Allen Bauer) « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of Wiert stuff.

5 Responses to “New years resolution: CHASM64 – More on Delphi x64 by twitter kylix_rd (Allen Bauer)”

  1. […] with previous ‘future’ vainly try to rationalise matters before swiftly being put in their rightful place: You miss the […]

  2. slovon11 said

    Ahhh, I’m stupid. Should write this to Allen, not to Jeroime who has nothing to do with it.

  3. slovon11 said

    Allen,

    Both last bit.ly links are pointing to the same page (X64 Unwind). Can you please give us the correct link to the “x64 calling conventions ABI” document? TNX.

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