"Krzys-iek" <admin.a.krionix.ten> wrote in message news:<home.net.pl>...
There probably isn't a tool for this. Writing assembly for RISC
machines usually requires pretty deep knowledge of their quirks if the
assembly was written for maximum performance. Do you know what the
assembler code was supposed to do in detail ? If so you would perhaps
be better off to re-write it in C or C++, then it would be portable
and todays machines are much faster so it would execute about as fast.
Also if this is some math or data manipulation thing perhaps AltaVec
on the Power PC would be able to execute it orders of magnitude