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I am learning ARM Assembly - historically I used BBC Basic on RISC OS and I am wondering if will be easier to use FASMARM on a windows PC with a much better IDE.
There is a lot of great stuff on this message board, however, what I am looking for is a simple tutorial of how to write and compile ARM based code on FASMARM.
Any pointers will be greatfully received to get me started ...
|07 Nov 2012, 04:13||
Start with FASM manual and later on proceed to http://arm.flatassembler.net/ReadMe.txt
|07 Nov 2012, 09:07||
...FASMARM on a windows PC with a much better IDE.
just installed coide now, because it is freeware. apart OpenOCD toolset, others IAR workbench etc, have very dummy and not free licensing conditions. this ide is a bit overbloated. it relies on gcc (to be installed too).
but lot of docs/references/devboard supported. for me (begginner) and disassembly in UAL syntax, it is worth.
if you have a good card to play, you may think to join the x64lab group.
direction is towards ARM.
after downloading the binary, you will find there revolution's example renamed to .arm. but for that (winCE) you need a Windows Phone SDK previously installed. an older version (~6.0), because on 7.0/8.0 signed binaries etc dosent allow access to the devices.
btw, for those interested,
i have set a draft for ARM syntax highlight here,
|07 Nov 2012, 18:47||
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