Introduces some of the more common ARM compiler command-line options.
2.1 Compiler command-line syntax.
2.2 Compiler command-line
options listed by group.
2.3 Default compiler behavior.
2.4 Order of compiler command-line options.
2.5 Using stdin to
input source code to the compiler.
2.6 Directing output
2.7 Filename suffixes recognized by the compiler.
2.8 Compiler output files.
2.9 Factors influencing how the compiler searches for header files.
2.10 Compiler command-line options and search paths.
2.11 Compiler search
rules and the current place.
2.12 The ARMCC5INC environment variable.
2.13 Code compatibility
between separately compiled and assembled modules.
2.14 Using GCC fallback when building Linux applications.
2.15 Linker feedback during compilation.
2.16 Unused function code.
2.17 Minimizing code size by eliminating unused functions during compilation.
2.18 Compilation build time.