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  1. #1
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    Carbide.vs projects and .s assembly files

    Hi everybody,

    Is there a way to add (GCC/ARM) .s assembly files to Carbide.vs projects?

    Just adding them to the src directory doesn't seem to work.

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    Re: Carbide.vs projects and .s assembly files

    Sorry, this is not supported by Carbide.vs.

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    Re: Carbide.vs projects and .s assembly files

    Quote Originally Posted by mitts
    Sorry, this is not supported by Carbide.vs.
    Can you please tell me how to add and build assembly files(.s files)
    along with my C source files through command line ?

    I created .o files from .s files by compiling with the assembler(arm-none-symbianelf-as.exe),
    but not able to link these .o files with my other .o files(created from .c files).

    I want to create a .lib file from the object files of both .c and .s files.

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    Re: Carbide.vs projects and .s assembly files

    You should be able to just add your assembler source files to the MMP file as any other source files.

    (Please note that GCC treats files with the suffixes ".s" and ".S" differently: the preprocessor is run on files with the ".S" (capital s) suffix, not on the ones with the ".s" suffix.)

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