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Hi, i want to know if i learn the basic arm assembly language, will it run on any arm processor? As i read in architecture reference it says every new cpu builds on fellow cpu instructions. I want to develop software on arm devices, so is it good to know its assembly or instead i have to learn c/c++? I cant find answer to this question on my own, even HL language build on assembly, why to choose HL over ASM? I know if it build on ARM it will not work on x86, but HL langs are not build on ARM's assembly which i think decrease performance. I have only beginner level education on c++, i would like your guideness. Btw Community portal a little bit complicated, i couldnt find a place to ask this question. Thanks
Thank you for answering. I will ask the question on the forum.
Your best way of finding a solution is to ask your question in one of our forums. Please take a look at https://community.arm.com/support-forums/ and pick the best forum to ask your question in. That way the right people can take a look for you.
I want to debug the Cortex-A55 source code using Arm DS-5 v5.29.3.The build has completed successfully, and when debugging is specified with arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe in the debug configuration, the following error message is displayed and debugging cannot be started. What could be the cause?The debug configuration is using C/C++ Remote Application.The compiler I am using is ARM Compiler 6
＞Error in final launch sequence＞Failed to execute MI command:＞-file-exec-and-symbols C:/Users/giorno2001/Documents/work/sw/startup_Cortex-A55_Cortex-A75/sample.axf＞Error message from debugger back end:＞"0a3af8a4s": not in executable format: file format not recognized＞"0a3af8a4s": not in executable format: file format not recognized
C:\arm-gnu-toolchain-12.2.mpacbti-rel1-mingw-w64-i686-arm-none-eabi\bin\arm-none-eabi-gdb.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain\10 2021.07\bin\arm-none-eabi-gdb.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\GNU Tools ARM Embedded\6 2017-q1-update\bin\arm-none-eabi-gdb.exeC:\Program Files (x86)\GNU Tools ARM Embedded\9 2019-q4-major\bin\arm-none-eabi-gdb.exeC:\Users\giorno2001\Downloads\gcc-arm-10.3-2021.07-mingw-w64-i686-arm-none-eabi.tar\gcc-arm-10.3-2021.07-mingw-w64-i686-arm-none-eabi\bin\arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe
Or is it a makefile setting error?