Linker command meaning for bsp tms570

Aby Tom abythayil at
Thu May 16 11:00:07 UTC 2019

Hello everyone,

Can anyone help me to understand what does the linker commands mean?

It is in the linkcmds of bsp tms570.


ROM_INT (RX) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 3M

RAM_INT_VEC : ORIGIN = 0x08000000, LENGTH = 256

RAM_INT (AIWX) : ORIGIN = 0x08000100, LENGTH = 256k - 256

RAM_EXT (AIWX) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 8M


To my understanding,

ROM_INT (RX) represends for the Flash memory.
RAM_INT_VEC is for RAM VIM(Interrupt Vector Table).
RAM_INT (AIWX) is for SDRAM and RAM_EXT (AIWX) for external RAM if you have

Am I correct about the explanations? If not can you tell me the proper
meaning for these?
And also what does AIWX mean?

Thank you for you time.

Best regards,

Aby Tom
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