A.4. Memory mapping Advanced_Information settings reference

The Advanced_Information block enables you to provide additional memory map related information about your development platform and its components. That is, the memory map, memory mapped registers, and peripherals.

Note

If you are not familiar with using the memory map related settings, it is suggested that you follow the tutorial described in Chapter 5 Debug Configuration Tutorial.

These settings can be nested so that one setting might refer to another, which in turn might refer to another setting. These references cause the information to be concatenated. References are made to other board and chip definitions, as required.

Although all settings are available under an Advanced_Information block base group, you must use the settings described in this section only in a BCD file. Other setting must be used only in a Debug Configuration.

This section describes the memory map related settings and groups in the Advanced_Information block base group.

Note

Although all settings are available under an Advanced_Information block base group, you must use the settings described in this section only in a BCD file. Therefore, make sure that any settings described in this section are not also set in the Debug Configuration. This avoids conflicts with any Debug Configuration settings when you assign a BCD file to that configuration.

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