[LLVMdev] Unable to compile .s files generated with llc.
Van Dijck, Tom
tvandijck at ea.com
Sat Feb 13 20:38:49 PST 2010
thanks a lot.... that did it indeed.
llc test.bc -mtriple=i386-mingw32
results in a very very different looking .s file..
From: Charles Davis [cdavis at mymail.mines.edu]
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2010 8:28 PM
To: Van Dijck, Tom
Cc: llvmdev at cs.uiuc.edu
Subject: Re: [LLVMdev] Unable to compile .s files generated with llc.
Van Dijck, Tom wrote:
> I've been trying this for a couple days now, finding different assemblers and trying different options but I can't figure it out..
> I must be missing something very obvious.
> I got a simple "hello world" app in llvm, making the .bc file using 'llvm-as test.llvm -o=test.bc' works fine.
> then I can use llvm-ld to make an executable which then runs fine (although not native), and I can use llc to build the .bc file into a .s file.
> So far I'm all good...
> But neither masm, yasm, tasm, fasm, gcc, as, or nasm take the .s file.
> I only found one other post about this where it was mentioned that only 'GAS" can compile it, so I tried this in both Cygwin and Ubuntu, but to no avail.
> In cygwin I get:
> $ gcc /cygdrive/d/test.s
> /cygdrive/d/test.s: Assembler messages:
> /cygdrive/d/test.s:4: Error: no such instruction: `align 16'
> /cygdrive/d/test.s:6: Error: invalid character '@' in mnemonic
> /cygdrive/d/test.s:7: Error: junk at end of line, first unrecognized character is `%'
> /cygdrive/d/test.s:15: Error: invalid character '@' in mnemonic
> /cygdrive/d/test.s:16: Error: no such instruction: `db "Hello, World!\000"'
> using 'as' I get the same error (I guess gcc just forwards to 'as').
> I've tried specifying -x86-asm-syntax=intel, and the att option, neither work with any of the above mentioned assemblers...
> I'm sort of completely lost now...
This is a known problem. When the target OS is set to "windows", LLVM
generates a weird combination of NASM and GAS assembly.
Try setting the target triple to something like "i386-mingw32". That
should give you something you can assemble with GAS.
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