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I saw how I can do a offset in memory ROM. Like -rb 0xXXXX.

But I couldnt see whether I can configure in the compiler the RAM memory that I want that the compiler uses.


It feature is very important for developers. You should consider it for the next release.

There are ways to control some aspects of memory allocation.

To prevent the compiler using an area of memory:

char mem [64] @ 0x100; // allocate array at fixed address

and then don't reference this array in the code.


To allocate a variable at a fixed address:

int x @0x123;


void main()


x = 10;




Did you have something else in mind?




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