The following technical changes have been made to Introducing the ARM Compiler toolchain:
|NEON vectorizing compiler no longer requries a separate license, so removed the statement.|
|Updated the host platforms supported.||Host platform support for ARM Compiler toolchain|
|Removed the reference to ||Changing to the 64-bit linker|
|Removed the reference to Building Linux Applications with ARM Compiler toolchain and GNU Libraries.||About the toolchain documentation|
|Added a topic for GCC compatibility provided by ARM Compiler.||GCC compatibility provided by ARM Compiler|
|Updated the Windows 7 platform support.||Host platform support for ARM Compiler toolchain|
|Updated the list of environment variables to
the new version numbering scheme, for example |
|Added a section on avoiding the ||Avoiding the BLX (immediate) instruction issue on an ARM1176JZ-S or ARM1176JZF-S|
Added Windows Server 2008 R2 and Ubunto 10.04 LTS 32/64 to the list of platforms supported, and included a note about Cygwin support.
Removed Windows Vista and Solaris from the list of platforms supported.
|Host platform support for ARM Compiler toolchain|
|Added a description of how to set up the DS-5 environment to use the 64-bit linker.||Changing to the 64-bit linker|
|Updated the list of environment variables.
Removed ||Toolchain environment variables|
|Added details about the 64-bit version of ||About the ARM Compiler toolchain|
|Added a topic on how to change to using the 64-bit linker.||Changing to the 64-bit linker|
|Added the environment variables required for using the 64-bit linker.||Toolchain environment variables|
|Added a note about the 64-bit version of ||Toolchain support on 64-bit host platforms|