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ad vdsp preprocessor at asm

Question asked by AndreyZ on Nov 6, 2014
Latest reply on Nov 10, 2014 by AndreyZ

Hi guys, how can we detect inside the header file that now is a asm compile time.

 

file crosscore.hxx:

header:

#ifdef ASM //what is the proper name of macros that is used to detect compiler name?

...

#else

template <typename T>

class ...

#endif

 

my header is somehow imported to a asm file, and i don't need it anymore

asm:

/* =============================================================================

*

*   Desc: This is the Interrupt Service Routine IVG10, which is mapped

*   to core interrupt level 3.

*   IVG10 is the default handler for DMA channels 8,9,10, and 11,

*   which service Uart0 and Uart1, both Rx & Tx.

*

* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

*  Comments: IVG10 is also the default handler for SPI & TWI ports.

*      That code is not included here and must be added.

*

* ===========================================================================*/

#include "..\VDK.h"

#.import "SPIdrvr.h"; //includes crosscore.hxx

 

how can i check that now is not an _ECC_  or C compilation but asm?

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