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I am currently making out the plans for the milestones for the rest of this year in my long-term projects (Thelema, Assiah, and Alfheim). I was hoping that someone would be able to review these plans and help me determine which are feasible in the next four months. The overall goal, which I project to take at least until the end of next year, is to develop a rudimentary compiler and REPL for my language project, [Thelema](https://github.com/Schol-R-LEA/Thelema). I am currently focusing on the lower-level toolchain which will support the language, which will consist of an assembler, [Assiah](https://github.com/Schol-R-LEA/Assiah), and a library …

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Any file's primary header contains some things which are common to all operating system like entry point function, time stamp etc and then other things. What is the purpose of keeping this time stamp in the header. Thanks

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I'm attempting to manually load the hexdump of an elf file that I compiled using g++ into a processor simulation I designed. There are 30 sections to a standard elf file and I am loading all 30 segments with their proper memory location offset taken into account. I then start my program counter at the beginning of the ".text" section (00400130) but it seems that the program isn't running correctly. I have verified my processor design relatively thoroughly using SPIM as a gold standard. The strange thing is that, if I load an assembly file into SPIM, and then take …

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