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. Other question: 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?