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Hi

 

I realise this limitation when I looked at the code in asm or lst file. I was trying to trace where my new routine has been placed at without the help of useful comments in either files, it is quite had to understand where the particular C code sentence is.

 

Is there anyone come across this problem? Is there any way I can force the compiler to add the C code as lines of comments?

 

Thank you in advance!!!!

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Thank Ettore,

 

Yes the compiler does produce .casm file and I didn't realise it because the IDE doesn't view the file in the project enviroment.

 

I have to customise the project and modified to the following string:

%config%/%name%.asm;%config%/%name%.casm;%config%/%name%.lst;%config%/%name%.hex;%config%/%name%.map

 

if anyone have the same problem as I have, please remember to add this line:

%config%/%name%.casm;

 

I am not sure, is the IDE manual mention this or not.

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Yong,

Yes the compiler does produce .casm file and I didn't realise it because the IDE doesn't view the file in the project enviroment.
In SourceBoost IDE turn on Menu View->CodeBar. Here under assembly you will find the the .casm file text.

 

Regards

Dave

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