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CMake and IAR: Assembly files silently ignored

Lange Norbert
Hello,
 
I am trying to write CMakelists for a Project originally developed in IAR Studio, the startup code is in assembly.
Using gcc this works nicely (Linux and Windows), but when using the IAR Compiler the Assembly files aren`t built at all.
 
The files are just ignored and the executable is linked without them. The CMake Version is 3.7.1.
 
Is there a bug tracker for CMake?
 
I can create a small project to reproduce the issue if required.
 
 
I set the compiler with env variables, lie this:
set CC=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\IAR Systems\Embedded Workbench 8.0\arm\bin\iccarm.exe
set CXX=%CC%
set CXXFLAGS=--c++
"%ProgramFiles%\CMake\bin\cmake.exe" -G "MinGW Makefiles" Cortex
 
 
Kind regards,
Norbert Lange
 
 
 
Kind regards

Norbert Lange
AT-DES
ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH
Eibesbrunnergasse 20
1120 Wien, Austria
(Phone.: +43 50805 56684
+ <MailTo:[hidden email]>
Ä <<http://www.andritz.com>>
 
 
 
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