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Short description:

NASM (Netwide Assembler) is an 80x86 and x86-64 assembler designed for portability and modularity. It supports a range of object file formats including Linux and \*BSD a.out, ELF, COFF, Mach-O, Microsoft 16-bit OBJ, Win32 and Win64. It supports all currently known x86 architectural extensions, and has strong support for macros.

Home page:

Fossies download link (and used upstream URL):

nasm-2.16.01.tar.xz  ( / pub / nasm / releasebuilds / 2.16.01 / nasm-2.16.01.tar.xz)

Package size, modification date (and download date), md5 checksum:

1017732 bytes,  2022-12-22 03:44 (2022-12-22 08:04),  d755ba0d16f94616c2907f8cab7c748b

Fossies contents page:

/ linux / misc / nasm-2.16.01.tar.xz/

No. of package member files:

1179 (1152 regular files in 27 directories)

Found file extensions:

Overall:  1 ac ash asm bat c css dat data doc el eps h ico in inc json m4 mac mak md nas nsh nsi ph pl png ps py sed sh sl spec src sub t time txt xml yml  (+ remaining files)
Top 10:  asm (398)  t (176)  json (174)  c (92)  h (58)  pl (26)  mac (21)  m4 (17)  ph (11)  txt (5)

License file(s):

This is an unofficial and possibly incomplete list of licenses used in the analyzed project. It is just an attempt to provide a first related overview by searching for license information in probably license-relevant member text files and trying to identify the according license type. Although detailed license conditions can be found in the linked text files and the named license information pages, the user should study the project itself and its source files for the relevant licenses.

⊳ Probably internal license file:License (assumed):Copyright (extract):
  nasm-2.16.01/LICENSE  (BSD-2C)  1996-2010 the NASM Authors -

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