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    Replied to the thread Placing an Array in Flash.

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    I don't believe that first point is true. I had not included that code and wasn't trying to link two sections to the same place. What I had done was define the vector table in C++ as an array and placed that in the section .vector. But I understand that…
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    Replied to the thread Placing an Array in Flash.

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    I was able to link the above and place the bytes correctly but I changed the device to the "allow security" version. Now I'm running in to errors when attempting to download the application. I realize that I effectively included these bytes but changed…
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    Replied to the thread Placing an Array in Flash.

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    I created a separate assembly file: Source Code (13 lines)Then used the following in my flash placement file: Source Code (5 lines)This is satisfactory but I'd like to understand why my original approach did not work.
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    Replied to the thread Placing an Array in Flash.

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    Hi Nino, I am aware of this code. Can you answer my question? Why does that not work? What is the correct way to do this? I don't understand why that wouldn't place those 16 bytes at 0x400. Can you elaborate on the differences between the "allow…
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    Posted the thread Placing an Array in Flash.

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    I've defined the following in a C++ file and it isn't referenced by anything. I'm just trying to configure the 16 bytes used by the Kinetis K64 flash protection mechanism.. Source Code (7 lines) I'd like to place it at 0x400 but this doesn't seem to…
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    Posted the thread J-Link Settings v. Script Files.

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    I'm using SES 4.10a on MacOS. It generates <ProjectName>_<Configuration>.jlink files when I start a debug session. For example: SPA_Debug.jlink. These are formatted as so-called settings files rather than script files and I read that the settings files