sorry, i’m not sure if this is the correct section for this question…
i’m looking for a manner to view the result of my #define statement (the final value).
Is this possible in IDE, or in compile listing?
the current problem is that i expect the same result by this macros, but it is’nt:
#define SPICLK_PORT SPI0_CLK>>5
#define SPICLK_OFFSET SPICLK_PORT<<5
#define SPICLK_OFFSET SPI0_CLK&0xE0
I would be happy, however, to find a general method to see the definitions and values of the #define statements.
You should be able use
#pragma message message-you-want-to-display to output compile-time messages and variable values, etc.
More on the message
thanks for your suggestion, but i’m not able to do it working…
the statement #pragma message "OFFSET is: " SPICLK_OFFSET simply output in compile terminal:
#pragma message "OFFSET is: " SPICLK_OFFSET
where am i wrong?
Preprocessor macros are …
Anyway, it can be done but it’s more complex:
#define XSTR(x) STR(x)
#define STR(x) #x
#pragma message "OFFSET is: " XSTR(SPICLK_OFFSET)
it works… thanks.
i also discover another solution (not so fine…) using preprocessor options -dM -E , compiling and inspect the output file .o