9.48.1 Options

as supports the following additional command-line options for the V850 processor family:

-wsigned_overflow
Causes warnings to be produced when signed immediate values overflow the space available for then within their opcodes. By default this option is disabled as it is possible to receive spurious warnings due to using exact bit patterns as immediate constants.


-wunsigned_overflow
Causes warnings to be produced when unsigned immediate values overflow the space available for then within their opcodes. By default this option is disabled as it is possible to receive spurious warnings due to using exact bit patterns as immediate constants.


-mv850
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850 processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mv850e
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850E processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mv850e1
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850E1 processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mv850any
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850 processor but support instructions that are specific to the extended variants of the process. This allows the production of binaries that contain target specific code, but which are also intended to be used in a generic fashion. For example libgcc.a contains generic routines used by the code produced by GCC for all versions of the v850 architecture, together with support routines only used by the V850E architecture.


-mv850e2
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850E2 processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mv850e2v3
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850E2V3 processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mv850e2v4
This is an alias for -mv850e3v5 .


-mv850e3v5
Specifies that the assembled code should be marked as being targeted at the V850E3V5 processor. This allows the linker to detect attempts to link such code with code assembled for other processors.


-mrelax
Enables relaxation. This allows the .longcall and .longjump pseudo ops to be used in the assembler source code. These ops label sections of code which are either a long function call or a long branch. The assembler will then flag these sections of code and the linker will attempt to relax them.


-mgcc-abi
Marks the generated object file as supporting the old GCC ABI.


-mrh850-abi
Marks the generated object file as supporting the RH850 ABI. This is the default.


-m8byte-align
Marks the generated object file as supporting a maximum 64-bits of alignment for variables defined in the source code.


-m4byte-align
Marks the generated object file as supporting a maximum 32-bits of alignment for variables defined in the source code. This is the default.


-msoft-float
Marks the generated object file as not using any floating point instructions - and hence can be linked with other V850 binaries that do or do not use floating point. This is the default for binaries for architectures earlier than the e2v3 .


-mhard-float
Marks the generated object file as one that uses floating point instructions - and hence can only be linked with other V850 binaries that use the same kind of floating point instructions, or with binaries that do not use floating point at all. This is the default for binaries the e2v3 and later architectures.