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reply "Namespace" <rswhite4 googlemail.com> writes:
Can i link an assembler file .s with dmd like gcc with "gcc out.s 
any.c -o out.exe"? If so, how?
Aug 13 2012
next sibling parent "Minas Mina" <minas_mina1990 hotmail.co.uk> writes:
On Monday, 13 August 2012 at 22:06:08 UTC, Namespace wrote:
 Can i link an assembler file .s with dmd like gcc with "gcc 
 out.s any.c -o out.exe"? If so, how?

.s, .c, .d files (source files), are not linked. What is linked, are object files (.obj or .o). GCC either compiles the .s file to an object file, or passes it to assembler to do it - I don't know. I think what you need to is to create an object file from the .s file and link it to your D executable. To do it: gcc out.s -c The -c switch stops after compiling. It doesn't do the linking. A .o file will be created, out.o Then dmd your_source_file.d out.o
Aug 13 2012
prev sibling parent "Namespace" <rswhite4 googlemail.com> writes:
 .s, .c, .d files (source files), are not linked. What is 
 linked, are object files (.obj or .o).

 GCC either compiles the .s file to an object file, or passes it 
 to assembler to do it - I don't know.

 I think what you need to is to create an object file from the 
 .s file and link it to your D executable.

 To do it:

 gcc out.s -c

 The -c switch stops after compiling. It doesn't do the linking.

 A .o file will be created, out.o

 Then dmd your_source_file.d out.o

Ah ok, thanks.
Aug 14 2012