Zig inline assembly/files

Hello again,

I’ve been looking around the web for information regarding zigs assembly and I can’t seem to figure out what current assembly syntax zig uses. I assume it is currently AT&T due to open issues about supporting intel syntax.

My main question is if zig is still using AT&T syntax what is the current development for intel syntax support if any at all?

I think it is still planned that Zig assembly is going to change. I believe the idea of a custom assembler is still on the table, however, I think this is not a major area of focus at the moment. If you have any ideas or would like to work on it, this is probably a space with opportunities for new and innovative ideas.

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