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Re: Looking for machine-language doc
On Sat, Aug 15, 2020 at 11:16:04PM -0400, Mouse wrote:
> I'm looking for documentation on ARM machine language - loosely put,
> the information I would need to write an assembler, disassembler, or
> In case it matters, the little I know about the use case at immediate
> hand calls it "ARM922T" and "ARM9TDMI core".
I think (and I'm cc'ing the list in case I'm completely wrong) that this means you
want v4-T of the ARM architecture. However I'm not sure where to find a comprehensive
reference for armv4; just v5, which should be a close superset: this link should get
you a PDF of "ARM DDI 0100I", last updated 2005, which describes the v5 ARM and Thumb
(v5-T) instruction sets.
It's about 5.5MB.
(ARM versions vs. core names here:
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