RealView® Compilation Tools Essentials Guide

Version 4.0


Table of Contents

Preface
About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback
Feedback on the RealView Compilation Tools
Feedback on this book
1. Introduction
1.1. About RealView Compilation Tools
1.1.1. Components of RVCT
1.2. Environment variables used by RVCT
1.3. Getting more information
1.3.1. Rogue Wave documentation
2. Creating an Application
2.1. Using the ARM compilation tools
2.2. Using the ARM compiler
2.2.1. Building the Dhrystone example
2.2.2. Compiling for ARM code
2.2.3. Compiling for Thumb code
2.3. Using the ARM linker
2.3.1. Linking the Dhrystone example
2.4. Using the ARM assembler
2.4.1. Building an example from assembler source
2.5. Using fromelf
2.5.1. Using fromelf examples
2.6. Using the ARM Workbench IDE
3. Differences between RVCT v4.0 and RVCT v3.1
3.1. RealView Compilation Tools v4.0 overview
3.2. Changes to the documentation in RVCT v4.0
3.3. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v4.0
3.4. Changes to library support in RVCT v4.0
3.5. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v4.0
3.6. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v4.0
3.7. Changes to the fromelf utility in RVCT v4.0
3.8. Deprecated features in RVCT v4.0
3.9. Obsolete features in RVCT v4.0
3.10. Compatibility of RVCT v4.0 with legacy objects and libraries
A. About Previous Releases
A.1. Differences between RVCT v3.1 and RVCT v3.0
A.1.1. RVCT v3.1 Overview
A.1.2. Obsolete features in RVCT v3.1
A.1.3. Deprecated features in RVCT v3.1
A.1.4. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v3.1
A.1.5. Changes to library support in RVCT v3.1
A.1.6. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v3.1
A.1.7. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v3.1
A.1.8. Changes to the fromelf utility in RVCT v3.1
A.2. Differences between RVCT v3.0 and RVCT v2.2
A.2.1. General changes in RVCT v3.0
A.2.2. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v3.0
A.2.3. Changes to library support in RVCT v3.0
A.2.4. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v3.0
A.2.5. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v3.0
A.2.6. Changes to the fromelf utility in RVCT v3.0
A.3. Differences between RVCT v2.2 SP1 and RVCT v2.2
A.4. Differences between RVCT v2.2 and RVCT v2.1
A.4.1. General changes in RVCT v2.2
A.4.2. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v2.2
A.4.3. Changes to library support in RVCT v2.2
A.4.4. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v2.2
A.4.5. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v2.2
A.4.6. Changes to the fromelf utility in RVCT v2.2
A.5. Differences between RVCT v2.1 and RVCT v2.0
A.5.1. General changes in RVCT v2.1
A.5.2. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v2.1
A.5.3. Changes to library support in RVCT v2.1
A.5.4. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v2.1
A.5.5. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v2.1
A.5.6. Changes to the fromelf utility in RVCT v2.1
A.6. Differences between RVCT v2.0 and RVCT v1.2
A.6.1. General changes in RVCT v2.0
A.6.2. Changes to the ARM compiler in RVCT v2.0
A.6.3. Changes to the ARM linker in RVCT v2.0
A.6.4. Changes to the ARM assembler in RVCT v2.0

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Revision History
Revision AAugust 2002Release 1.2
Revision BJanuary 2003Release 2.0
Revision CSeptember 2003Release 2.0.1 for RealView Developer Suite
Revision DJanuary 2004Release 2.1 for RealView Developer Suite
Revision EDecember 2004Release 2.2 for RealView Developer Suite
Revision FMay 2005Release 2.2SP1 for RealView Developer Suite
Revision GMarch 2006Release 3.0 for RealView Development Suite
Revision HMarch 2007Release 3.1 for RealView Development Suite
Revision ISeptember 2008Release 4.0 for RealView Development Suite
Revision I23 January 2009Update 1 for RealView Development Suite v4.0
Revision J10 December 2010Update 2 for RealView Development Suite v4.0
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