I have done some evaluation tests of intel compiler and I want to use it to compile my C code in both windows and Linux plateforms. My code has some assembly files written in MASM syle as well.
I am wondering if intel compiler does support assembly files (MASM style) ,originally written/debugged in windows with intel compiler, in Linux ?
My problem is that I don't want to rewrite the MASM files to be compatible with the intel toolchain in Linux.
In windows, Visual Studio 2010, intel compiler 12 seems to use actually ML.exe and ML64.exe to assemble .asm file. why intel does not have their own assembler, using ML/ML64, does it hurt overall performance?