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How do i link assembler compiler to plato3???

 
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Brachialste



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 3:00 pm    Post subject: How do i link assembler compiler to plato3??? Reply with quote

Hi, iīm a student that is working with assembler languaje, and i found that i can edit it by plato3, i also have the compliler of assembler but i donīt want to copile assembler programs by command line, and i want that palto3 do it automatically.
I have entered to the options section but i donīt know how to use the Project Plu-Ins section, can you help me???

Thank you so much...

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:44 am    Post subject: How do i link assembler compiler to plato3??? Reply with quote

Raul

You can add a plug-in for your assembler compiler by using the Options dialog on the Tools menu (select Environment and then Project plug-ins and then click on the New button).

After that the entries depend upon the compiler that you are using.
You will need to be familiar with the command line mode of operation in order to work out how to fill in the dialog entries. Either that or you need to find someone who knows how to use the compiler at command line level.

At some point I will add an Import button to allow you to import some common compilers but I have not done this yet.
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