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ARMCC: HOW TO CREATE ASSEMBLY FILES FROM C FILES


Information in this article applies to:

  • RealView Compiler Version 3

QUESTION

How do I create an assembler file from my C source file?

ANSWER

Use the --asm control to create assembler output from the C compiler. The --asm control causes the compiler to generate an .S file with the same name as your C file. You may then assemble the .S file with the assembler.

The --asm control is entered in µVision under Project — Options — C/C++ tab, Misc Controls. Also disable the option Project — Listing — C Compiler Listing since this uses a different output.

The Assembly file will have a .ASM extension, and will be in your listing file folder for your project.

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, September 11, 2012


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