Label and jump support for ms-inline-assembly

Wondering if someone could tell me what would be involved to add support for jumps (within asm block, between asm blocks, and between C/C++ and asm blocks) for Microsoft inline assembly?

Is there a rough feel for where it is on the roadmap?

Thanks,
-Allen

Chad has primarily been looking at this and can let you know where he is on it.

-eric

Wondering if someone could tell me what would be involved to add support for jumps (within asm block, between asm blocks, and between C/C++ and asm blocks) for Microsoft inline assembly?

I have this work in my queue, but I don't know when I'll be able to get to it. I think the first thing we want to support is jumps from asm-to-asm. Hopefully, C-to-asm and asm-to-C will just fall out from that. I haven't investigate, so I can't really give you an advice at the moment.

If you have more specific questions I'd be happy to help.

Is there a rough feel for where it is on the roadmap?

Unfortunately, I could only provide a guesstimate. Sooner, rather than later.

Chad

Wondering if someone could tell me what would be involved to add support for jumps (within asm block, between asm blocks, and between C/C++ and asm blocks) for Microsoft inline assembly?

I have this work in my queue, but I don't know when I'll be able to get to it. I think the first thing we want to support is jumps from asm-to-asm. Hopefully, C-to-asm and asm-to-C will just fall out from that. I haven't investigate, so I can't really give you an advice at the moment.

How are you planning to construct a meaningful CFG?