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I am developing firmware on MSP430F2619. I need to store configuration information having 5 sections of 200 bytes. In order to read and write them independently I am trying to allocate 5 sections of 512 bytes each.

SEC_CALIB_1 : origin = 0xF200, length = 0x0200 SEC_CALIB_2 : origin = 0xF400, length = 0x0200 SEC_CALIB_3 : origin = 0xF600, length = 0x0200 SEC_CALIB_4 : origin = 0xF800, length = 0x0200 SEC_CALIB_5 : origin = 0xFA00, length = 0x0200

section_calib_1 : {} > SEC_CALIB_1 Section_calib_2 : {} > SEC_CALIB_2 Section_calib_3 : {} > SEC_CALIB_3 Section_calib_4 : {} > SEC_CALIB_4 Section_calib_5 : {} > SEC_CALIB_5

Then I am trying to place information structure using DATA_SECTOIN pragma

#pragma DATA_SECTION(Calib_Slot_1,"section_calib_1")
const Cal_Slot2_t Calib_Slot_1 = { 0x0011 };

#pragma DATA_SECTION(Calib_Slot_3,"section_cal_3")
const Cal_Slot3_t Calib_Slot_3 = { 0x0012 };

But only variable Calib_Slot_1 is allocated memory but not Calib_Slot_3

Program compiles successfully but during debugging it dose not variable Calib_Slot_3 in watch window. Plus it dose not appear in map file also.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ You did actually ask a question, we can't help people that don't ask questions. Please read the rules. Looks like you could have found a complier error? This is probably a better question posed for a TI forum or tech support \$\endgroup\$ – Voltage Spike Feb 17 '16 at 2:41
  • \$\begingroup\$ Try turning off optimization \$\endgroup\$ – Swarles Barkely Feb 17 '16 at 4:54
  • \$\begingroup\$ Thanks Swaries . It actually works once we turn off optimization to zero. But Still it should have work with volatile keyword in case optimization is ON. \$\endgroup\$ – prasad Feb 17 '16 at 20:36
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Turning off Optimization will solve this issue.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Can you explain this answer a little bit, please? I'm not questioning its correctness here, just that it would be nice to have some explanation of why this happens. \$\endgroup\$ – Robherc KV5ROB Feb 18 '16 at 1:52

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