4.9.9 Applying the map rules to the overlapping memory regions

Describes how to apply the map rules to the overlapping memory regions.

Procedure

  1. Switch back to the graphic view by clicking on the relevant button in the top corner.
  2. Select the overlapping memory region M32bit_RAM_block1_alias and then select Remap_RAM_block1 from the Apply Map Rule drop-down menu as shown in the following figure.
    Figure 4-18 Applying the Remap_RAM_block1 map rule
    Applying the Remap_RAM_block1 map rule

  3. To apply the other map rule, you must select Remap_ROM in the View by Map Rule drop-down menu at the top of the stack view.
  4. Select the overlapping memory region Boot_ROM and then select Remap_ROM from the Apply Map Rule drop-down menu as shown in the following figure.
    Figure 4-19 Applying the Remap_ROM map rule
    Applying the Remap_ROM map rule

  5. Save the file.
Related tasks
4.9.1 Creating a memory map
4.9.2 Creating a peripheral
4.9.3 Creating a standalone register
4.9.4 Creating a peripheral register
4.9.5 Creating enumerations for use with a peripheral register
4.9.6 Assigning enumerations to a peripheral register
4.9.7 Creating remapping rules for a control register
4.9.8 Creating a memory region for remapping by a control register
Related reference
4.9 Scenario demonstrating how to create a new target configuration file
4.3 Target configuration editor - Memory tab
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