I am using https://github.com/sudar/Arduino-Makefile project with https://github.com/ladislas/Bare-Arduino-Project to compile my Arduino projects from Linux command line. I put as much as possible functionality to libraries for reuse (and use the same libraries from many projects too).
Now I had run to some problems and I am not sure, if I am using the language (C/wiring/...) properly, as a lot of
#define macros are used. I think, that seeing the resulting code would help me greeatly in finding, wheather some specific lines are compiled into what I want them to be compiled. I am interested mainly in the library code, even if it would mean to dump full program together with all used standard libraries. (I can find my way in large files.)
I would prefere intermediate files, as I suppose they could contain more info than just dissassembled .HEX file, but if this assumption is not correct, and I can get the same from .HEX, than I can use that way as well.
Question: How to get intermediate files (Ideally both "plain C" after preprocessing all macros AND "plain ASM" after compiling the code) ideally with corresponding lines of original code as comments inside.
Subquestion: In the above, how to disable optimalisation as much as possible, to get the code more verbatim similar to original C (I know, that it would hurt both speed and size and I do not care - I just want to be sure compiler does undertand my code the same way as I myself and if not, then see, where I made mistakes)
Thanks for all suggestions :)