Is it possible to use AVR32 Studio ++ to write and simulate pure assembly language like it is in AVR Studio 4?
I have absolutely no experience programming in C, but plenty experience writing assembly for the 8bit AVRs, and looking at the AVR32 data sheets, the move from 8bit assembly to 32bit assembly looks relatively easy.
I have tried creating an empty project with a test.s file containing
mov r5,r15 main: rjmp main
but I can't find any "Assemble and run" functions.
Also, I haven't found a way to "Select platform and Device" for my project.
I've been googling for AVR32 Assembly, but all I can find is references to the inline asm("instruction"); function used in C programming.
Searching for ARM assembly, on the other hand, gave lots of informative results, but I'm not ready to move to ARM just because I haven't (yet) figured out how to use pure assembly in AVR32 studio.
Just for laughs I tried creating a C project (which let me define the device) with a test.c containing
asm(" mov 13,r15 main: rjmp main ");
As you can imagine, this didn't work too well, and the "build" function failed.
Is it even possible to create and simulate a pure assembly program using AVR32 studio?
If so.. What am I missing?