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Memory Configuration Editor and External Flash Driver mechanism
Red Suite and LPCXpresso v4.2 introduced a new mechanism for editing the target memory layout used for a project. This allows for the details of external flash to be defined or for the layout of internal RAM to be reconfigured. In addition, it allows a flash driver to be allocated for use with parts with no internal flash, but where an external flash part is connected.
For details of how to use this feature, please see the chapter on the "Red Suite Memory Editor and External Flash Driver mechanism" in...
Note that as you run through the LPC18xx and LPC43xx project wizards, you can now also select an existing memory configuration/external flash file. A number of such files of provided in:
- Red Suite
- LPCXpresso IDE
For example, to use a SPIFI flash with an LPC1850 (as supplied on the Hitex LPC1850 eval board), select the file LPC1850A_SPIFIflash.xml.