#define in assembler file
Mon Oct 23 19:41:00 GMT 2000
On Mon, 23 Oct 2000 17:50:43 -0700, you wrote:
] #defines are handled by the C preprocessor (cpp). Somewhere in the back
] of my mind I seem to recall that gcc will invoke cpp if the extension is
] .S (upper case) and doesn't for .s (lower case). You might want to
] check in the gcc documentation.
You can also use the gcc '-x assembler-with-cpp' language specifier to
preprocess and assemble the particular file with those #defines. The use of .S
(capital s) as the file extension will also imply the same language option.
Hope this helps,
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