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Converting BCC to G++ compliant code

Posted by compnski [send private reply] at July 19, 2002, 02:33:42 PM

Altough what the code does is irrelevant,
I have a very fast ASM implementation of MD5. I would ideally like to use it in c++, but i cannot get it to compile. I tried to compile with gcc, but found that i got errors. The comments state that the code should be compiled with bcc. Is there a way to use this code without using bcc, or do i have to use that compiler?

--Jason Freidman

Posted by unknown_lamer [send private reply] at July 21, 2002, 11:02:51 PM

Is this 16-bit asm? You might need to convert the assembly to AT&T style syntax if it is 32-bit assembly (or use -masm=intel with GCC 3.1).

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