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GNU superoptimiser      
(GSO) A function sequence generator that uses an exhaustive generate-and-test approach to find the shortest instruction sequence for a given function. Written by Torbjorn Granlund <tege@gnu.ai.mit.edu> and Tom Wood. You have to tell the superoptimiser which function and which CPU you want to get code for. This is useful for compiler writers. FTP superopt-2.2.tar.Z from a GNU archive site. Generates code for DEC Alpha, SPARC, Intel 80386, 88000, RS/6000, 68000, 29000 and Pyramid (SP, AP and XP). (1993-02-16)
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GNU assembler         
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(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. E-mail: <bug-gnu-utils@gnu.org>. (1995-04-18)

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