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objdump -D option gives different numbers in different bases
- From: openssh <openssh at jguk dot org>
- To: binutils at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 12:59:25 +0900
- Subject: objdump -D option gives different numbers in different bases
I just realised that sometimes -D will give me decimal sometimes for
mips and other times Hex for the arguments to each opcode.
There is no option I can find to set that, is it fixed to be sometimes
decimal and sometimes hex in the sourcecode?
a simple example.
8c322935 ori $t1,$t1,0x328c
800009fd sd $t1,128($t0)
ff000924 li $t1,255
880051ff sd $s1,132($k0)
900052ff sd $s2,140($k0)
relative addressing from $k0 could be controled, and also the code that
decided the li instruction and the ori instruction.
if there was a --use-base-dec and --use-base-hex (default) that would be
very useful I think.
I am not on this list so please CC me in any reply