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hi,

i wanted to know the details/ help on writing a mak file..

which flags can be used and wht significance each flag carries..

when i checked the mak files in the sdk/examples , there are diff flags set for compilation and when my ARM MakGenerator generated a mak file, it gives different files..

any help related to flags for memory alignment structutre will be appreciated.

thanks
Pribhi

compiler options are provided in the compiler documentation
which version of arm compiler are you using?

compiler options are provided in the compiler documentation
which version of arm compiler are you using?

hi pradip_b
thanks for the reply.. i m using the ARM Developer Suite 1.2 Evaluation Version.. i checked the documentation provided by it , but didnt find the compiler options help there..
can u pls share the documents if u have for compiler options help...
Thanks
Pribhi

hi pradip_b
thanks for the reply.. i m using the ARM Developer Suite 1.2 Evaluation Version.. i checked the documentation provided by it , but didnt find the compiler options help there..
can u pls share the documents if u have for compiler options help...
Thanks
Pribhi

you can view ADS1.2 online document since you have installed.
In fact, I just use visual-studio-addin (which supplied with BREW toolsuites) which can generate .mak automatically.

you can view ADS1.2 online document since you have installed.
In fact, I just use visual-studio-addin (which supplied with BREW toolsuites) which can generate .mak automatically.

this may be bit off the topic, but if you are also concerned about make files then i would suggest to use ANT instead of nmake or make. ANT is easy to learn and implement. ANT uses xml files which are very simple to write.

this may be bit off the topic, but if you are also concerned about make files then i would suggest to use ANT instead of nmake or make. ANT is easy to learn and implement. ANT uses xml files which are very simple to write.