New to C on Propeller and have questions
I have previously used the propeller on a few projects and absolutely love it in comparison to other MCUs. I'm now in a position where I can specify what MCU we use at work and I feel that the Propeller is a good fit for our projects but I'm going to get a lot of pushback if I try to get people to work in assembly or Spin. Because of that, I am evaluating the current state of C on the Propeller. It seems like it has come a long way since the last time I played around with it. I've settled on SimpleIDE to work in (though am open to change) and so far things are going smoothly. One thing that I would like to do to evaluate how well it is doing is to see what the assembly code looks like that it is generating. I see that the -S option in Propeller GCC should generate a file with the assembly code in it. I've tried putting -S into the Other Compiler Options box in simpleIDE but that causes compilation to fail. So question #1 is:
How do I see the assembly code generated when using SimpleIDE?
My second question regards the memory model being used. I see in the project options that there is a drop down box for memory model but a blanket option like that isn't going to work for me. While I would like most of my COGs to run code that uses the COG memory model, that won't work for the main program that ties everything together since it will be too big. This makes my second question:
How do I mix memory models?