4.8.4. Working with memory

Before you load an image, you might have to define memory settings. This depends on the debug target you are using to run your image.

Where appropriate, defining memory gives you full access to all the memory on your debug target. RealView Debugger enables you to do this in different ways, for example using an include file, or defining the memory map as part of your target configuration settings.

For instructions on working with memory and memory maps, see the chapters describing memory mapping and reading and writing memory, registers, and flash in RealView Developer Kit v2.2 Debugger User Guide.

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