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I am trying to import the latest version of the CMSIS DSP libraries (4.0.1) into the mbed environment. There seems to be a small issue with getting things to compiler (I have sucessfully gotten things to work offline).
This zip file has the DSP section of the CMSIS library. I created a new empty program (used the K64F as the target) and upload the zip file.
In the folder "TransformFunctions" there is a file :arm_bitreversal2.s
The compiler emits a lot of errors related to seciton placements, illegal directives, etc.
Is it possible for the online tools to build with assemby?
This file is needed by ARM_CFFT_f32.c and ARM_RFFT_FACT_F32.c. If I get rid of those files I can get things to compile.
Can you please look into this?