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A graphical view or tabular view that enables you to define the attributes for each of the block of memory on your target. These memory blocks are used to ensure that your debugger accesses the memory on your target in the right way.
In the graphical view, the following options are available:
Filter the graphical view based on the selected rule.
Filter the graphical view based on secure or non-secure addresses. Available only when TrustZone is supported. You can select TrustZone support in the Overview tab.
Filter the graphical view based on the power domain. Available only when Power Domain is supported. You can select Power Domain support in the Overview tab.
Add a new memory region.
Remove the selected memory region.
In both the graphical view and the tabular view, the following settings are available:
Name of the selected memory region (mandatory).
User-friendly name for the selected memory region.
Detailed description of the selected memory region.
Absolute address or the Name of the memory region to use as a base address. The default is an absolute starting address of
Offset that is added to the base address (mandatory).
Size of the selected memory region in bytes (mandatory).
Access width of the selected memory region.
Access mode for the selected memory region.
Mapping rule to be applied to the selected memory region. You can use the Map Rules tab to create and modify rules for control registers.
In the tabular view, the ... button is displayed when you select More... cell. Click the ... button to display the Context and Parameters dialog box.
Debugger plug-in. If you want to pass parameters to a specific debugger, select a plug-in and enter the associated parameters.
Parameters associated with the selected debugger plug-in. Select the required debugger plug-in from the Context drop-down menu to enter parameters for that debugger plug-in.
Mandatory fields are indicated by an asterisk. Toolbar buttons and error messages are displayed in the header panel as appropriate.