RealView ™ Compilation Tools for BREW Compilers and Libraries Guide


Table of Contents

About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback on RealView Compilation Tools for BREW
Feedback on this book
1. Introduction
1.1. About the compilers and libraries
1.2. The ARM compilers and libraries
1.2.1. The C and C++ compilers
1.2.2. The C and C++ libraries
1.3. Linking compiled objects
1.4. Related utilities
1.4.1. fromELF
2. C and C++ Compilers
2.1. About the C and C++ compilers
2.1.1. Compiler variants
2.1.2. Source language modes
2.1.3. Library support
2.2. File usage
2.2.1. Naming conventions
2.2.2. Included files
2.3. Command syntax
2.3.1. Invoking the compiler
2.3.2. Procedure Call Standardoptions
2.3.3. Setting the source language
2.3.4. Specifying search paths
2.3.5. Setting preprocessor options
2.3.6. Specifying output format
2.3.7. Specifying the target processor orarchitecture
2.3.8. Generating debuginformation
2.3.9. Controlling code generation
2.3.10. Controlling warning messages
2.3.11. Specifying additional checks
2.3.12. Controlling error messages
3. ARM Compiler Reference
3.1. Compiler-specific features
3.1.1. Pragmas
3.1.2. Function keywords
3.1.3. Variable declaration keywords
3.2. Language extensions
3.2.1. C language extensions
3.2.2. C and C++ language extensions
3.3. C and C++ implementation details
3.3.1. Character sets and identifiers
3.3.2. Basic data types
3.3.3. Operations on basic data types
3.3.4. Structures, unions, enumerations,and bitfields
3.4. Predefined macros
4. The C and C++ Libraries
4.1. About the runtime libraries
4.1.1. Build options and library variants
4.1.2. Library directory structure
4.1.3. Reentrancy and static data
4.2. ISO implementation definition
4.2.1. ANSI C library implementation definition
4.2.2. Standard C++ library implementationdefinition
4.3. C library extensions
4.3.1. atoll()
4.3.2. strtoll()
4.3.3. strtoull()
4.3.4. snprintf()
4.3.5. vsnprintf()
4.3.6. lldiv()
4.3.7. llabs()
4.3.8. alloca()
4.3.9. _fisatty()
4.3.10. __heapstats()
4.3.11. __heapvalid()
4.4. Library naming conventions
5. Floating-point Support
5.1. About floating-point support
5.2. The software floating-point library,fplib
5.2.1. Arithmetic on numbersin a particular format
5.2.2. Conversions between floats, doubles,and ints
5.2.3. Conversions between long longs andother number formats
5.2.4. Floating-point comparisons
5.3. Controlling the floating-point environment
5.3.1. The __ieee_status function
5.3.2. The __fp_status function
5.3.3. Microsoft compatibility functions
5.3.4. C9X-compatible functions
5.3.5. ARM extensions to the C9X interface
5.4. The math library, mathlib
5.4.1. Inverse hyperbolicfunctions (acosh, asinh, atanh)
5.4.2. Cube root (cbrt)
5.4.3. Copy sign (copysign)
5.4.4. Error functions (erf, erfc)
5.4.5. One less than exp(x )(expm1)
5.4.6. Determine if a number is finite (finite)
5.4.7. Gamma function (gamma, gamma_r)
5.4.8. Hypotenuse function (hypot)
5.4.9. Return the exponentof a number (ilogb)
5.4.10. Determine if a number is a NaN (isnan)
5.4.11. Bessel functions of the first kind(j0, j1, jn)
5.4.12. The logarithm of the gamma function(lgamma, lgamma_r)
5.4.13. Logarithm of one morethan x (log1p)
5.4.14. Return the exponent of a number (logb)
5.4.15. Return the next representable number(nextafter)
5.4.16. IEEE 754 remainder function (remainder)
5.4.17. IEEE round-to-integer operation (rint)
5.4.18. Scale a number by apower of two (scalb, scalbn)
5.4.19. Return the fraction part of a number(significand)
5.4.20. Bessel functions of the second kind(y0, y1, yn)
5.5. IEEE 754 arithmetic
5.5.1. Basic data types
5.5.2. Arithmetic and rounding
5.5.3. Exceptions
A. Via File Syntax
A.1. Overview of via files
A.1.1. Via file evaluation
A.2. Syntax
B. Standard C Implementation Definition
B.1. Implementation definition
B.1.1. Translation
B.1.2. Environment
B.1.3. Identifiers
B.1.4. Characters
B.1.5. Integers
B.1.6. Floating-point
B.1.7. Arrays and pointers
B.1.8. Registers
B.1.9. Structures, unions, enumerations,and bitfields
B.1.10. Qualifiers
B.1.11. Declarators
B.1.12. Statements
B.1.13. Preprocessing directives
B.1.14. Library functions
C. Standard C++ Implementation Definition
C.1. EC++ support
C.2. Integral conversion
C.3. Calling a pure virtual function
C.4. Minor features of language support
C.5. Major features of language support
C.6. Standard C++ library implementationdefinition
D. C and C++ Compiler Implementation Limits
D.1. C++ ISO/IEC standard limits
D.2. Internal limits
D.3. Limits for integral numbers
D.4. Limits for floating-point numbers

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Revision History
Revision A August2001 Release 1.0
Revision B June2002 Release 1.2
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