Dynamic inline x86 assembler for python.
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README.md

Pyasm

Pyasm is a full-featured dynamic assembler written entirely in Python. By dynamic, I mean that it can be used to generate and execute machine code in python at runtime without requiring the generation of object files and linkage. It essentially allow 'inline' assembly in python modules on x86 platforms.

Pyasm can also generate object files (for windows) like a traditional standalone assembler, although you're probably better off using one of the many freely available assemblers if this is you primary goal.

Pyasm was written as an experimental proof-of-concept, and although it works, many x86 Opcodes remain to be implemented.

For more information, read the Users Guide, available under doc/usersGuide.txt in reStructuredText format or online in html.