How can I tell how large my program is? I'm afraid that my EEPROM may be too small.
The code size is printed out at the end of the build process in the eclipse console window.
The size of the ELF file is listed at the bottom of the Eclipse window. I need the IMG in order to size the EEPROM.
If the size at the bottom of the Eclipse window after a build, then the EEPROM on the FX3 development board is not big enough to hold any of the Cypress sample code I've built. All the sample code should fit, right?
the size which is printed by utility arm-none-eabi-size is only the section sizes of the .elf-file, means text-, data- and bss-section. This is the same size the .img-file (which contains only these sections) has plus some header- and length-information bytes which are special to the .img-format!