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Gnu assembler

(GAS) A Unix assembler for the GNU project. Many CPU types are handled and COFF and IEEE-695 formats are supported as well as standard a.out.
Current version 2.2 ported to Sun-3, Sun-4, i386, 386BSD, BSD/386, Linux, PS/2-AIX, VAX, Ultrix, BSD, VMS.
The assembler has been merged with GNU Binutils.
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