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Third party Tutorials and GoAsm sample codeThere are several excellent guides to assembler programming and windowsprogramming on the internet, but if these are based on source code forother assemblers or for "C", they can be confusing for the beginner whowants to use the "Go" tools. For this reason I only list here tutorialsand sample code specifically written for the "Go" tools. If you want tolook at the other resources you can use my linkspage.

The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain is a ready-to-use, open-source suite of tools for C, C++ and assembly programming. The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain targets the 32-bit Arm Cortex-A, Arm Cortex-M, and Arm Cortex-R processor families. The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain includes the GNU Compiler (GCC) and is available free of charge directly from Arm for embedded software development on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems. Follow the links on this page to download the right version for your development environment.

GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain 2020-q2-preview This is a preview release for M-profile Vector Extension (MVE) andCustom Datapath Extension (CDE) features, and is not a production release.For a production quality toolchain, use the GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain9-2020-q2-update release.This release includes bare metal pre-built binaries for AArch32 EABI targets,which can be hosted on:* Windows 10 or later on 32/64-bit architecture* Linux - on AArch64 (RHEL 7, Ubuntu 14.04 or later) - on x86_64 (RHEL 7, Ubuntu 16.04 or later)* Mac OS X 10.14 or later on 64-bit architectureFor Windows, the binaries are provided with an installer and as a zip file.For Linux, the binaries are provided as tarball files.For Mac OS X, the binaries are provided as tarball and pkg files.The release also contains source code package (together with build scripts andinstructions to setup the build environment), which is composed of: * gcc : refs/vendors/ARM/heads/arm-10 git:// commit 58ae4fa0f1563eacac56291c00c876e6594f9925 * binutils : master git:// commit cceb53b8849bc76f522931890b585b41e6662fa5 * newlib and newlib-nano : newlib-3.3.0 git:// commit 6d79e0a58866548f435527798fbd4a6849d05bc7 * gdb : master git:// commit cceb53b8849bc76f522931890b585b41e6662fa5Note that some or all of the following prerequisites are downloaded whenbuilding from source: * EnvVarUpdate NSIS script : * expat 2.1.1 : -2.1.1.tar.bz2 * gmp 6.1.0 : -6.1.0.tar.bz2 * isl 0.18 : -0.18.tar.xz * libelf 0.8.13 : -0.8.13.tar.gz * libiconv 1.15 : -1.15.tar.gz * mpc 1.0.3 : -1.0.3.tar.gz * mpfr 3.1.4 : -3.1.4/mpfr-3.1.4.tar.bz2 * python 2.7.7 : -2.7.7.msi * zlib 1.2.8 : -1.2.8.tar.gzFeatures:* All GCC 10.1 featuresTests:* Targets: + Variety of Cortex-M0/M0+/M3/M4/M7/A9 boards + Qemu + Arm Fast ModelsNotable changes in 2020-q2-preview release:* Added support for: + M-profile Vector Extension (MVE) assembler and intrinsics + Custom Datapath Extension (CDE) + Cortex-M55Known issues:* Doing IPA on CMSE generates a linker error:The linker will error out when resulting object file contains a symbol forthe clone function with the __acle_se prefix that has a non-local binding. Issue occurs when compiling binaries for M-profile Secure Extensions wherethe compiler may decide to clone a function with the cmse_nonsecure_entryattribute. Although cloning nonsecure entry functions is legal, as long as the cloneis only used inside the secure application, the clone function itself shouldnot be seen as a secure entry point and so it should not have the __acle_seprefix. A possible workaround for this is to add a 'noclone' attribute tofunctions with the 'cmse_nonsecure_entry'. This will prevent GCC from cloningsuch functions.* Load or Store of __fp16 type together with MVE might generate invalid code:If you use __fp16 type together with MVE enabled, then when the compiler needsto generate an instruction to load a Floating-point Exte

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