ARM® Compiler Getting Started Guide

Version 6.00

Table of Contents

About this book
Using this book
Typographic conventions
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1 Overview of the ARM Compiler 6 Toolchain
1.1 About ARMv8 terminology
1.2 About ARM® Compiler
1.3 Host platform support for ARM® Compiler
1.4 About the toolchain documentation
1.5 ARM® Compiler toolchain licensing
1.6 Standards compliance in ARM® Compiler
1.7 Compliance with the ABI for the ARM Architecture (Base Standard)
1.8 GCC compatibility provided by ARM® Compiler 6
1.9 Toolchain environment variables
1.10 ARM architectures supported by the toolchain
1.11 ARM® Compiler and virtual address space
1.12 Compilation tools command-line option rules
1.13 ARM® Compiler migration tools
1.14 ARM® Compiler package structure
1.15 Compiler command-line options
1.16 Rogue Wave documentation
1.17 Clang and LLVM documentation
1.18 Further reading
2 Creating an Application
2.1 Introduction to the ARM compilation tools
2.2 The ARM compiler command
2.3 Building an image from C source
2.4 The ARM linker command
2.5 Linking an object file (armclang)
2.6 The ARM assembler commands
2.7 Building an image from GNU syntax assembly code
2.8 Building an image from legacy ARM syntax assembly code
2.9 The fromelf image converter command

List of Figures

1-1 Rogue Wave HTML documentation
2-1 A typical tool usage flow diagram

List of Tables

1-1 Environment variables used by the toolchain
1-2 Compiler command-line options

Release Information

Document History
Issue Date Confidentiality Change
A 14 March 2014 Non-Confidential ARM Compiler v6.0 Release

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