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Part Number: AM3359
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
We have ported legacy firmware from pasm to clpru and it has got included .asm files, this is not straight forward to remove these due to symbol cross references. Is there a way to enable assembly listing corresponding to generated elf output ? Today I only see the listing for top level .asm file.
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PratheeshGangadharIs there a way to enable assembly listing corresponding to generated elf output ?
Yes. Use the .copy directive instead of .include. Read more about these directives in the PRU assembly tools manual.
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