Asm, typically invoked as “go tool asm”, assembles the source file into an object file named for the basename of the argument source file with a .o suffix. The object file can then be combined with other objects into a package archive.
Command Line ¶
go tool asm [flags] file
The specified file must be a Go assembly file. The same assembler is used for all target operating systems and architectures. The GOOS and GOARCH environment variables set the desired target.
-D value predefined symbol with optional simple value -D=identifier=value; can be set multiple times -I value include directory; can be set multiple times -S print assembly and machine code -debug dump instructions as they are parsed -dynlink support references to Go symbols defined in other shared libraries -o string output file; default foo.o for /a/b/c/foo.s -shared generate code that can be linked into a shared library -trimpath string remove prefix from recorded source file paths
The assembler uses mostly the same syntax for all architectures, the main variation having to do with addressing modes. Input is run through a simplified C preprocessor that implements #include, #define, #ifdef/endif, but not #if or ##.
For more information, see https://golang.org/doc/asm.
Package asm implements the parser and instruction generator for the assembler.
Package asm implements the parser and instruction generator for the assembler.|
Package flags implements top-level flags and the usage message for the assembler.
Package flags implements top-level flags and the usage message for the assembler.|
Package lex implements lexical analysis for the assembler.
Package lex implements lexical analysis for the assembler.|