Updating bluetooth bluecore flash using iwrap

22-Feb-2017 08:27

ie base it around a macro that dereferences functions.

Advantages/disadvantages similar to Option A, although the separate functions will be more complex to write than for Option A (but no compiler changes).

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It'd be nice to store string literals in SPI flash (irom), but irom requires 4-byte aligned word reads..

These are the options that I know of, with a summary from my point of view: Suggested by @pfalcon, add a compiler frontend attribute that forces all pointer access to go via 32-bit aligned reads. Disadvantage of requiring separate functions to propagate the attribute, due to C's type system, and requiring gcc changes to front-end and back-end. This is a suggestion based on Option A, which is that it would be possible to implement Option A just in terms of existing gcc primitives.

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And handling unaligned l16 in the backend doesn't seem feasible as gcc data movement patterns are not allowed to use temporary registers.

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