I recently began assembly development for a course I'm following and we are using IAR Embedded Workbench IDE for which I did not find a Linux version.
What I actually need is a tool to compile and show the values in tooltips while debugging.
I wonder if there is anything that would do that job on Linux. I know and like Vim so writing the code in Vim and having a compiler/debugger plugin or something like that could suit me.
I'm doing some very basic ARM assembly. I do this for educational purposes and I won't run the program on anything else than the debugger itself.
I don't know which ARM version I am using, I guess you can assume the first one or some standard instructions that are available in all versions.
For now, I'm only using
LDR STR MOV instructions and
DC32 DS32 variables. I guess that I will use more stuff as the course goes on.
This screenshot of IAR shows everything I need: code, disassembly and values. (just replace the C with assembly).
I've already used Clewn to debug some C++ code and it looks like gdb works also with assembly. If there is a full standalone IDE that has nothing to see with Vim it would be good for me, having a compiler that I can use with Clewn (gdb) is just as good.
Here is what Clewn looks like: