[fpc-devel] arm embedded cortexM3 unrecognized opcode
jepjoh2 at kom.aau.dk
Wed Jul 14 12:12:29 CEST 2010
Well, this is off topic, but ARM is quite a bit backwards compatible.
All ARM versions are backwards compatible(if we ignore thumb, which fpc
doesn't support anyway) :)
Geoffrey Barton skrev:
> On 14 Jul 2010, at 10:49, Bernd Mueller wrote:
>> Michael Schnell wrote:
>>> On 07/14/2010 11:02 AM, Bernd Mueller wrote:
>>>> ... which could easily be done in gcc btw. ...
>>> I'm quite sure that FPC's ASM can compile hex constants (using "DC"
>> that is not the point. You don't wont to bother with (error prone)
>> hex constants, but want to use the regular assembler mnemonics.
> quite right! especially with a processor like the ARM, where it keeps,
> er.., improving its instruction set between each generation of hardware!
>> Regards, Bernd.
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