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ARM Cortex / Re: Enabling CRP (working with IAR)
October 22, 2012, 07:00:07 AM
This is my icf file, it works with LPC1764.
Good luck!
ARM Cortex / Re: Enabling CRP (working with IAR)
February 06, 2012, 09:54:03 AM
I could program CRP OK!
I can see "CRP is at level 1" in Flash Magic. When I want to read memory says Operation Failed (reading data - security violation in device).

My startup was OK but the error was in my IAR project. It is important to configure a correct icf file in Linker Options (Options->Linker->Config->Linker Configuration File). This file has the definition for crp section.
I take LPC1768_Flash.icf from an LPC1768 example from IAR. Now I have to write one for LPC1764.
Thanks for your help.

ARM Cortex / Re: Enabling CRP (working with IAR)
February 06, 2012, 05:27:46 AM
When I go to ISP->Display Memory-> 000002F0
I see this:
00 88 36 30 DF F8 08 1B 08 80 DF F8 34 09 00 78

I was testing with different values in my startup (0x87654321, 0x12345678 and 0xFFFFFFFF) and I always read the same.

This is the line in my hex file:
:1002F000 00883630DFF8081B0880DFF834090078 02

Am I looking the value (0x87654321) in the correct line?
My code is already protected? or not?

ARM Cortex / Enabling CRP (working with IAR)
February 03, 2012, 06:24:31 AM
I am working with LPC1764 and IAR compiler. I am trying to enable CRP in my code but I can't. Flash Magic always say to me "CRP is disabled" (I tried with two different boards and always test it through a power cycle).

I tried two options:
1) Writing this code in main, but it doesn't work because is for KEIL

const unsigned long crp __attribute__ ((at(0x2FC))) = 0x87654321;

2) Adding this to startup_LPC17xx.s after Default interrupt handlers and before END. I attached the file.

DCD 0x87654321

Flash Magic works perfectly, I can read memory, erase, program, etc. But I can't protect my board.
I read the UM10360 and AN10851.
What am I doing wrong?