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static clustering optimization with EWARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 21, 2007
Dear All,

I've seen that the port of FreeRTOS for SAM7X excludes the "static clustering" optimization for the Release Build while including all other optimizations.

I also experience problems with this optimization in a flash programming routine for SAM7S.

Is there anybody here who could explain to me what the problem with this kind of optimization could be?

TIA,
Sven

RE: static clustering optimization with EWARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 22, 2007
As I recall when looking into this, the manual explains it quite clearly. The static clustering option optimizes the output but clustering - statically. What more do you need to know, LOL.

RE: static clustering optimization with EWARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 22, 2007
I'd like to know WHY this optimization is disabled in the SAM7X port - because it could indicate to me why I experience the problems that I have using this optimization.

I've read the manual but obviously overlook the consequences that this optimization has on the code I wrote.

Smug comments generally do not help anybody!

RE: static clustering optimization with EWARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 22, 2007
Hey sorry if offence caused. I was not trying to be smug. In fact the opposite. I was saying rather sarcastically that the IAR manual does not provide any useful information on what it does.

RE: static clustering optimization with EWARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 22, 2007
Oh sorry, then I just got you wrong.
Anyhow - this optimization is quite effective, so doing without is a somewhat awkward.


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