Difference in assemble language
Tue Mar 27 23:42:00 GMT 2001
Thanks all for your answers! I solved the comment problem by replacing all
the ;-signs with /* */ and nameing the file .S
However, the next problem is a bit harder.....The file that i am trying to
assemble is the startupfile for my AT91 EB40-board and it was originally
taken from the ARM SDT suite that came with the board. Since i'm not
planning to use the SDT i thought that i might take some files from the suit
but i seems like the assemler language isn't the same for ARM and gcc. When
i assemble cstartup_angel.s i get very much "No such instruction"-comments
from the assembler.
Do i have to convert the whole file to suite the gcc or can the language be
an option to the assembler?
I there anyone that has a startupfile for the EB40-board which can be
assembled with gcc?
From: Clive Davies [ mailto:email@example.com ]
Sent: den 28 mars 2001 09:12
To: Andersson Daniel;
Subject: RE: Assembler doesnt understand comments
I don't know of any assembler option that will fix this. Use C/C++ style
comments instead of ';' and you'll have no problems.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel.Andersson@combitechsystems.com
> [ mailto:Daniel.Andersson@combitechsystems.com ]
> Sent: 27 March 2001 18:44
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Assembler doesnt understand comments
> When I am trying to assemble an .s file i get errors on
> almost every line
> since there are a lot of comments that looks like:
> ; Comment
> ....they always start with the sign ;
> Can i send an option to the assembler so it know what kind of
> symbol i use
> when i write comments or can this be solved in another way?
> Regards, Daniel
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