Legacy support for __user_initial_stackheap()

Defined in rt_misc.h, __user_initial_stackheap() is supported for backwards compatibility with earlier versions of the ARM C and C++ libraries.


ARM recommends that you use __user_setup_stackheap() in preference to __user_initial_stackheap().

The differences between __user_initial_stackheap() and __user_setup_stackheap() are:

Using __user_setup_stackheap() instead of __user_initial_steakheap() reduces code size, because __user_setup_stackheap() has no requirement for a temporary stack.

In the following circumstances you cannot use the provided __user_setup_stackheap() function, but you can use the __user_initial_stackheap() function:

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