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HeaderConverter

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Converts C headers into Assembly headers

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This is a simple application that converts c header files into assembly header files. It basically converts "#define" into "equ". For while it just converts numeric constants, and doesn't solve operators.

Usage (Windows):
Execute "HeaderConverter.exe";
Type the file name to be converted (C header);
Press enter;
Will be generated a file named "out.s" on the same folder of the executable.

Usage (linux):
Open a terminal;
Go to the folder of the executable (cd folder/...);
Type ./HeaderConverter and press enter (make sure that this file is marked as executable);
Type the file name to be converted (C header), remember that on linux the file names are case sensitive;
Press enter;
Will be generated a file named "out.s" on the same folder of the executable.

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Languages

Portuguese

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2014-02-14

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