I've been tinkering with inline assembler trying to unite three uncomfortable bed-fellows (GCC, C++, Intel syntax).
Presently, a Google search of the subject line only yields 4 hits, and _none_ answers to the problem. Here are some
snippets from this search and related searches:

....this trick won't work using Intel syntax...
....You could switch to AT&T syntax. I know that could work. I know AT&T syntax has full support for everything you're
trying to do...
.....As far as I can tell, this can't work with Intel syntax...
I'd like to set the record straight. Intel syntax can be used in g++ inline assembler to access class members even if it
isn't documented anywhere how. I provide a 32-bit example:

# include <iostream>
# include <complex>

using namespace std;

class incclass {
incclass(int _val);
void inc();
double pad;
int val;
incclass::incclass(int _val = 3.) {
pad = (double)_val;
val = _val;
void incclass::inc() {
__asm__ __volatile__(
".intel_syntax noprefix \n\t"
"mov edx, [ebx+%c[_val]] \n\t"
"add edx, 0x01 \n\t"
"mov [ebx+%c[_val]], edx \n\t"
".att_syntax prefix \n\t"
: "b" (this),
[_val] "i" ((char*)&val-(char*)this)
: "%edx"
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
incclass ic = incclass();
cout << "Old value = " << ic.val << endl;
cout << "New value = " << ic.val << endl;
return 0;
Note this must compile with `g++ -m32' on 64-bit systems with the 32-bit gcc and stdc libraries available. With the
polite prologue and epilogue syntax switches, you don't (and shouldn't) include the `-masm=intel' option (the C++ file
is called a.cpp):

sh-4.2$ g++ -m32 a.cpp
sh-4.2$ ./a.out
Old value = 3
New value = 4
Compiling to assembler...

sh-4.2$ g++ -m32 -S a.cpp
.... shows the switch from AT&T syntax to Intel and back within the a.s file:

.cfi_offset 3, -12
movl	8(%ebp), %eax
movl	%eax, %ebx
# 31 "a.cpp" 1
.intel_syntax noprefix
mov edx, [ebx+8]
add edx, 0x01
mov [ebx+8], edx
.att_syntax prefix

# 0 "" 2
popl	%ebx
.cfi_restore 3
popl	%ebp
If anyone's interested in the (rather exhaustive) information of how I came to this solution or any other of the
specific details, I will try to answer. In the meantime, let it be known that accessing class members in g++ inline
assembler using Intel syntax can be done. And you can tell everyone you saw it first on the openSUSE forums!