Code::Blocks assembly

This is a discussion on Code::Blocks assembly within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I want to ask if there are any tutorials only about writing assembly code in codeblocks. Their site says that ...

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    Code::Blocks assembly

    I want to ask if there are any tutorials only about writing assembly code in codeblocks.

    Their site says that it's not supported yet, but how do you explain that i managed to use it? I used it's disassembler to see the basic structure, and since then it was straightforward, but i lack the necessary experience to go on to more complex things...
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    Try looking for assembly tutorials for GCC instead - that's the name of the compiler.

    Saying tutorials for code-blocks is like saying tutorials for notepad.
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
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    Do you mean using code::blocks against an external assembler, or using inline assembly in gcc?
    If it's the former, search for tutorials for nasm, yasm or gas for example.

    As for gcc's inline assembler; I have never used it myself but I believe it uses gas syntax, with a few extensions.

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    when someone or a team releases a project like Code::Blocks, they may have
    began to implement asm support and seen the date for the release is already
    date and they dont have enough time to remove the codes they made and
    release it so they release it 'as-is'. because the asm support is not complete,
    they say the Compiler doesnt support asm to avoid some guys to come over
    and complain that the asm support has destroyed their Pc (impossible but this
    is just an example).
    Last edited by UltraKing227; 03-07-2010 at 12:08 PM.

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    It's nothing to do with the IDE, it's all down to the compiler.

    You can write
    __asm("mov eax,0");
    just as easily using notepad and compile from the command line, as you can using some fancy IDE and pressing the compile project button.

    Just google "gcc asm tutorial" or similar.
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    sorry, but i sometimes use the word Ide instead of compiler.
    i know its a bad habit. im still trying to take this habit off, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    It's nothing to do with the IDE, it's all down to the compiler.
    You can write
    __asm("mov eax,0");
    Mine works like this:
    Code:
     asm("mov $0, %eax;"); // Same as yours
    How can i know what assembly format does my compiler support?
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    > How can i know what assembly format does my compiler support?
    Google.
    Like I said earlier.
    Do you really want me to chew all your food?
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
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