A.8.23 CADI::CADIMemGetBlocks()

ARM recommends that the debugger for the target call this method once for each memory space, provided by calling the CADIMemGetSpaces() function, before accessing memory in that space.

This method must return the layout of the memory in a specific block. No two blocks with the same parent can overlap. This call returns existing memory blocks only. The caller can assume that any memory that is not in a block is a gap or invalid memory.

virtual CADIReturn_t CADI::CADIMemGetBlocks(uint32_t memorySpace, 
                                            uint32_t memBlockIndex,
                                            uint32_t desiredNumOfMemBlocks, 
                                            uint32_t *actualNumOfMemBlocks,
                                            CADIMemBlockInfo_t *memBlocks) = 0;
memorySpace
is the ID of the memory space for which the caller requests a block list.
memBlockIndex
is the index into the internal buffer of memory blocks held by the target for the specified memory space.
desiredNumOfMemBlocks
is the required number of memory blocks.
actualNumOfMemBlocks
is the is the total number of blocks returned by the target. It is less than the number requested if the number requested is more than the number available.
memBlocks
is a buffer that must be big enough to hold the required number of CADIMemBlockInfo_t structs. Space is allocated, and deallocated if applicable, by the caller.
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