Hi,

I am new to this community and i have a question. I like viewing the generated assembly code from c/c++ source because it helps me understand things better. I am now learning standard ML and i would like to view the generated assembly. Is it possible to view the assembly code using SMLNJ or MLton compilers ? and How ?
Posted on 2011-03-08 11:59:20 by pirlo89
As long as the compiler generates an executable binary, you can always use a disassembler to inspect the assembly code.
However, many compilers also include an option to generate an assembly listing, so you may want to look at the commandline options for your compiler first.
For MLton: http://mlton.org/CompileTimeOptions
I think the -keep option may be useful. Seems like it will keep the .s assembly source files then, so you can inspect them.
Posted on 2011-03-10 05:17:12 by Scali