How to get SPT Assembler at S32DS use GHS PowerPC Standalone Executable Toolchain

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How to get SPT Assembler at S32DS use GHS PowerPC Standalone Executable Toolchain

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Contributor I

Hi:

In S32R274 project,I want to use MCAL,so used toolchain is "GHS PowerPC Standalone Executable Toolchain",but I can not found SPT Assembler、SPT Disassembler、SPT Preprocessor, these three tool only enable "Standard S32DS toolchain for E200 ". 

SPT use assembly  not C language,So I need SPT Assembler。

Can someone help me?

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NXP Employee

Hi, 

I mean output from spt assembly - If I'm correct .ospt object file. You can link this object file in your project. The solution may be to have two projects - for SPT - and second project for rest C/C++ sources. 

Jiri

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NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi, 

the SPT assebly and SPT object dump binaries are located in 

[YOUR_S32DS_INSTALL]\S32DS_Power_v2017.R1\S32DS\SPT2\ 

I'm not sure if GHS supports SPT, but you can build your SPT code as standalone project with our SPT assembly and link object file in your code. 

Jiri

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Contributor I

Hi Jiri

Thank you for your reply。

I know SPT enable at this picture。and if use "Standard S32DS toolchain for E200 ",I will find some tool,like follow picture

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if use "GHS PowerPC Standalone Executable Toolchain",like follow picture

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may be this picture can make you understand what i want say。

I'm not sure if GHS supports SPT, but you can build your SPT code as standalone project with our SPT assembly and link object file in your code. 

you mean that make SPT code as libs,than link these libs to my project?

Jealy

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NXP Employee

Hi, 

I mean output from spt assembly - If I'm correct .ospt object file. You can link this object file in your project. The solution may be to have two projects - for SPT - and second project for rest C/C++ sources. 

Jiri

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