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Well, I imagine that the assembly code could be kept as long as it was completely optional/not necessary to run the program period... Hypothetically speaking of course... edit: I already saw that thread, and ironically the OP was advocating for more assembly. Also there wasn't any indication that it...
I'm curious as to how much assembly code is left in PCem, especially how much is necessary to even run this software. Mainly because I was hoping you could replace it all so it can run on other architectures like ARM. Can any of you say how much assembly remains in PCem?