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Rule 7-4-1 states that all usage of assembler shall be documented.
There are two ways that I could interpret this rule - and I was wondering which of these two was meant:
- That a cross-reference document is kept stating where assembly language is used.
- That all assembly language is documented with pseudo-code (or similar) such that it could be re-implemented in assembly language for a different processor (or even C/C++).
Is there any clarification about this available?
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No, there isn't any guidance for this rule, as it felt to be too dependant upon the developer's processes.
If you need to use assembler, we'd expect you to produce a company/project policy to define the level and form of documentation required to satisfy your customers and/or certification body
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