% avrora -help inputs
Avrora [Beta 1.6.0] - (c) 2003-2005 UCLA Compilers Group
Usage: avrora [-action=action] [options]
Usage: avrora -help [category]
The input format of the program is specified with the "-input" option
supplied at the command line. This input format is used by actions that
operate on programs to determine how to interpret the input and build a
program from the files specified. For example, the input format might be Atmel
syntax, GAS syntax, or the output of a disassembler such as avr-objdump.
Currently no binary formats are supported.
The "atmel" input format reads programs that are written in
assembly language in the format supported by the Atmel
assembler. Nearly all of the directives are supported, except
The "auto" input format reads a program from a single file at
a time. It uses the extension of the filename as a clue to
decide what input reader to use for that file. For example, an
extension of ".asm" is considered to be a program in Atmel
The "gas" input format reads programs that are written in GAS
format assembly language. A subset of the directives and
syntax is supported. No linking functionality is currently
implemented; all symbol references must be defined in one
The "objdump" input format reads programs that are the output
of the "avr-objdump" utility provided with avr-binutils. For
example, an ELF file must first be disassembled with
"avr-objdump -zhD" to create a text file readable by this
input format. The "-zhD" options are very important: the
output will not be parseable otherwise.
The "odpp" input format reads programs that are the output of
the "avr-objdump" utility provided with avr-binutils and that
have been preprocessed with Avrora's preprocessor utility.
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