I'm looking for the ds-1 through ds-4 startup folders that contain .s files. Can you tell me where they are or do I have to email ARM to get them? Of course, if the entire DS-1, -2, -3, and -4 are accessible by me, I'll get the .s files myself. These files will help me working on an ARM simulator. Thanks for your help.
How should an old startup file help you programming an simulator? I mean, there is plenty of ARM source code arround.
The old startup files were my first introduction to real ARM code. My work assignment was to write a Cortex-A5 simulator and as "useful" code needed at the front of tests, it had a set of instructions that I implemented first. (I got the .s file to assemble and successfully ran the group of instructions...except for the very last one, which happened to enable virtual storage. That one instruction forced me to complete a huge amount of code, uncoded at that time. But I felt really good for making it that far.)
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