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Using arm assembler with Windows Mobile 5

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Hi there,

i'm trying to compile my ARM code on my windows mobile 5 project but no luck.

I wrote some stuff in ARM for symbian and now i would like to use that for windows mobile.

Note that its generic code and dont use any symbian specific code.

If anyone have a good link with sample that would be great.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi zeGouky,

You can find microsoft arm assembler as a stand alone tool called ARMASM.EXE within

your installation of EVC. This tool takes and asm files as arguments and builds obj files.

Theese obj files should be linked with your other code.

Regards

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Hi zeGouky,

You can find microsoft arm assembler as a stand alone tool called ARMASM.EXE within

your installation of EVC. This tool takes and asm files as arguments and builds obj files.

Theese obj files should be linked with your other code.

Regards

I have a fully working sample app which shows you how to do it here:

C + ASM Sample App

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