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Please, can we have a new tag as opposed to that already exists?

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Are there already questions that need the [att-syntax] tag? – random Mar 22 '11 at 23:57
I answered one question a user did using the Intel-Syntax. The question used gcc syntax to keyword asm, and gcc uses AT&T syntax. But the user used a macro intel-syntax to change it, and then a macro att_syntax. He asked help for a intel-syntax. But I'm sure I could help using both syntax for that case. The question in in this link:… Thanks for your attention – Dr Beco Mar 23 '11 at 0:03
There is another case, now specifically about AT&T Syntax. The questioner used other tag because he could not use att-syntax tag. Link: – Dr Beco Mar 23 '11 at 15:55
Hi there. Can someone give me any update on the process of creating this tag. Thanks. (An answer - as simples as possible - will allow me to close the topic.) – Dr Beco Mar 25 '11 at 0:32
Related: Can we please have the [foo] tag on SO? – Pops Nov 13 '12 at 16:35
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Answer: ok, feature requested. Nothing more but close the question.

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