From: Jon Franz <jfranz@US.NET> - 2001-12-10 20:34:04
I'm here, and more than interested...=20
Who out there is working on what right now? =20
(I might finally have some time
to code on it tonight (I had time before, but I had to get upto speed on
first)) - Lets not step on each other's toes.
Also, for the not-so-expert assembler coders out there, is there a good
ref for x86 assembly?
So, the list is finally up and running.
I found out that the docs posted by Jon Franz where stuck somewhere in a
"pending documentation" section of the SF pages (it seems that I do not
get an e-mail when doc is submitted and pending...). I also found out that
I could and would give every Psyco developper the rights to add and edit
the docs directly.
So you can have a look at Franz's HTMLization of various comments I did in
e-mails. I also added a few comments about examining the code produced by
Psyco through the httpxam.py script.
On Mon, 10 Dec 2001, Jon Franz wrote:
> Who out there is working on what right now?
I believe I could create a few "feature request" trackers for the next few
things that should be done in which people have already shown interest.
This would let us assign specific features to specific people, as well as
propose things nobody currently works on. What do you think about it ?
> Also, for the not-so-expert assembler coders out there, is there a good
> online ref for x86 assembly?
I can't help much there, I used a book as reference...
> > Also, for the not-so-expert assembler coders out there, is there a good
> > online ref for x86 assembly?
Intel has a doc with a (relatively) compact description of the instruction
encodings: it is an appendix of
If you do not want to download a 6MB file I can (if legal at all) save the
appendix only in a .ps file and send it to you.