I have a Raspberry Pi 2 without an OS installed. I have an assignment where I have to create and display some code in assembly language for the Pi 2.
The lab that we have set up at school has hardware/software that allows us to run and test the code we write. The components include the JTag, something called a JLinkServer and gdb, which I believe to be the main debugging tool.
My question is, is there any software or tools that will allow me to write assembly code for the Pi 2 at home on my Windows 7 computer, and test to see if the code will work and also debug it. I would then take this code I have been working with and port it to the raspberry pi when I go back to the lab. Does such software exist? (without needing the Pi 2 connected or anything like that)?
This is basically what we are working with: http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~kawash/RPi/sigcse16.pdf