4.8 Target configuration editor - Configurations tab

A tabular view that enables you to:

  • Define rules to control the enabling and disabling of memory blocks using target registers. You specify a register to be monitored, and when the contents match a given value, a set of memory blocks is enabled. You can define several map rules, one for each of several memory blocks.

  • Define power domains that are supported on your target.

Memory Map Configurations group

The following settings are available in the Memory Map Configurations group:

Unique Name

Name of the rule (mandatory).

Name

User-friendly name for the rule.

Register

Associated control register (mandatory).

Mask

Mask value (mandatory).

Value

Value for a condition (mandatory).

Trigger

Condition that changes the control register mapping (mandatory).

Power Domain Configurations group

The Power Domain Configurations group

The following settings are available in this group, and all are mandatory:

Unique Name

Name of the power domain.

Wake-up Conditions

User-friendly name for the rule:

Register

An associated control register that you have previously created.

Mask

Mask value.

Value

Value for a condition.

Power State

The power state of the power domain:

  • Active.

  • Inactive.

  • Retention.

  • Off.

Figure 4-7 Target configuration editor - Configuration tab
Target configuration editor - Configuration tab


Mandatory fields are indicated by an asterisk. Toolbar buttons and error messages are displayed in the header panel as appropriate.

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