When we start declaring big global arrays, we quickly run out of internal memory on the HMI board. How do we control where the compiler allocates the variables (internal vs. external memory). Could you point to the documentation or an example? Thanks so much!
In reply to ChrisS:
In reply to Renesas Karol:
In reply to adboc:
C globals are initialized here:
while C++ static constructors are called later:
I think that Renesas decided to call static constructors before BSP initialization, because custom BSPs might use static C++ objects.
In reply to wflynn: