At 7:25 PM -0700 8/31/09, Michael Dautermann wrote:
On Monday, August 31, 2009, at 06:54PM, "Jim Wintermyre"
I have some inline assembly that is only built for the PPC
architecture. It uses the CodeWarrior syntax, so I have the
"CodeWarrior-Style Inline Assembly" setting checked (which passes
-fasm-blocks to gcc). I'm using GCC 4.0 and the 10.4 SDK. This
project builds fine under Xcode 3.1.3/Leopard.
Building the same project with no changes under Xcode 3.2/Snow
Leopard produces an error on the file with the inline assembly,
saying "error: asm blocks not enabled, use '-fasm-blocks'".
I had a similar problem like this with a project I'm working on,
when I moved up to Snow Leopard + XCode 3.2.
Make sure your assembly flags include a "-fmacho" format specifier
and see if that does the trick.
Thanks for the reply - sorry for the dumb question but how exactly do
I set that?
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