This may be a noobish question, but I can't seem to find any documentation (or not searching for the correct terms) for how to compile a basic program into assembly so I can see how many clock cycles some of my commands take up for One-Wire integration.
I have looked through all the make files and the closest I have found was the '.lss' listing output though does seem quite different to what standard assembly should represent.
Searching thus far has only shown light on the fact that I should use a '-S' compile flag which is the standard for most compilers to generate a '.s' file. However, since there is no documentation on it for the compiler options in atmel studio documents:
I have no idea where to proceed from here.
Note: I randomly just added the '-S' flag onto the compiler options under miscellaneous flags after "-std=gnu99".
Though my program didn't compile because of a syntax error, most likely this flag does not exist on Atmel Studio.