Does anyone have an example linker cmd file on how to place function|
selectively in the
internal memory and external memory.
I have function in both C and asm, some function needs to be in the internal
mem, and some can be placed externally.
Please give me an example linker command file to covers both asm and C
Place functions in external memory?
You can selectively place C functions in internal
or external memory by using #pragma directives. For
example, if you want to put the function 'func' in a
section named '.sec' which is allocated in either
internal or external memory in a linker command file,
you can use the following directive:
Put this directive on top of the function definition.
You can use the linker command file to put the
section, ".sec", in the memory you want-either
internal or external-just like you allocate other
standard sections like .text or .bss etc. For assembly
functions you can use the ".sect" assembler directive
to place your function.
More information on the assembler directives is also
available in the standard documentation. Hope this
answers your query. Bye,
Ravi Kiran --- Andrew Xiang <> wrote: >
Does anyone have an example linker cmd file on how
> to place function
> selectively in the
> internal memory and external memory.
> I have function in both C and asm, some function
> needs to be in the internal
> mem, and some can be placed externally.
> Please give me an example linker command file to
> covers both asm and C
> Andrew >
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