I'm looking for a tutorial to wire and program a 4 7 segment LED display. Can anyone provide me it?
Thank you in advance.
You can. There are a number of very good commercial ARM assemblers which target both the original Pi's 1176jzf-s and the Pi 2's Cortex-A7. Suppliers who spring to mind are ARM Inc, IAR and Microsoft.180degrees wrote:It ain't gonna happen, no matter what you read in these forums. If it were possible, you could easily buy an Assembler for the RPi's ARM chip
Likewise, there are a number of very good free ARM assemblers, under a variety of licenses. GNU's assembler, part of the GNU binutils, FASMARM, vasm, the RiscOS assembler, etc.180degrees wrote:or get one free.
I suspect you're referring to the videocore toolchain, and you probably won't get that with an NDA either, although you might get help from Broadcom in customising the videocore firmware if you're buying a shedload of chips. Ironically, you *can* get a number of more or less functional, free videocore toolchains.180degrees wrote:The only way to get an Assembler from Broadcom is to sign an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) WHEN you sign a contract to buy a ton of their chips.
180degrees wrote:ANYone who says you can write assembly language using Raspbian simply doesn't understand any of the process of writing assembly language.