I'm trying to use an Assembler Callable Service in an inline assembly statement. I thought this would be easy, but I can't get it to work.
Here's a sample use of an assembler Callable Service:
The arguments to the CALL macro must in this case be names assigned to storage.
How do I get __asm to insert names of storage directly into the generated statement rather than copying the data or address of the data to registers and inserting the registers into the generated statement?
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Updated on 2010-11-24T00:46:18Z at 2010-11-24T00:46:18Z by SystemAdmin
brataj 100000816312 Posts
Re: Using an Assembler Callable Service in an inline assembly statement2010-11-20T00:24:56ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.The easiest way to get this to work is to use a C function call, and not the __asm construct. The map and linkage #pragma's can be used to ensure that the proper external name and function linkage are used by the compiler (under either Metal or regular C).
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Re: Using an Assembler Callable Service in an inline assembly statement2010-11-24T00:46:18ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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You're right. That's a lot easier.
Thanks a lot.
BTW Does anyone know a good forum for asking questions about the Assembler Callable Services?