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Will KDS handle .s ARM assembly code?

Question asked by Nirvana Uscn on Nov 26, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 27, 2015 by Nirvana Uscn

KDS only handles .asm and .S as valid assembly code files, and the preference is locked and can't be modified or added

(Preference -> General -> Content Types -> Text -> Assembly Source File).


For the projects I'm working on, all assembly files are in .s postfix instead of .S, and KDS just simply ignore them.

Is there a way to add .s support?


Is this a feature or defect?


Only Linux is in real case-sensitive file system, both Windows and OS X (can be case sensitive, but the home drive normally isn't setup that way) are case aware, but not case sensitive.