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How to set remap in cy8c4125LQI-483

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Dear,

    I was doing cy8c4125 the bootloader, did not use the official components, encountered some problems:
         1, how to do address remapping in cy8c4125 chip, as if the official did not give specific registers;
         2, how to do the address jump.
         3, how to understand. Scat file。

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Welcome in the forum.

Your questions seem to target assembly and not C-language. Dis you already read the "Cortex™-M0 Devices Generic User Guide" available from ARM website? This will probably cover some of your needs.

 

Bob

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Dear Bob,

      I have read the "Cortex™-M0 Devices Generic User Guide" ,but no help!

Martin

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OK, Martin. I am not natively English speaking as you, so I need some more explanation.

What du you understand by

  • "address remap"
  • "address jump"
  • and where do you find a "scat file"

What exactly do you want to perform and why aren't you using Creator 4 as IDE for PSoC4.

 

Bob

 

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Bob,

  The "address remap" is re-specify the address of the vector,";

  address jump"is jump from the current address to the specified address area to run;

 and the "scat file" be found in the psoc creator 3.3.

 

Martin!

 

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