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Old 1st October 2010
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Smile asm4BSD - FreeBSD, OpenBSD,NetBSD syscalls etc for assembler

This year, I need to code asm in University.
Well I learned my first bits of asm about 5-6 years ago

So I wrote one.
http://aldis.git.bsdroot.lv/asm4BSD/
It has includes for lang/fasm and perl script to convert syscalls.master to fasm format

I will update this project as I need, Maybe it'll be useful for someone else

For generic info about coding in asm on FreeBSD read
http://int80h.org/
Also, what a coincidence, it is described in Latest BSDmag
http://bsdmag.org/magazine/1502-bsd-and-linux

Thread on flat assembler forum:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=11991

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Added support for OpenBSD and NetBSD
Renamed project to asm4BSD

EDIT:
Added DragonflyBSD

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