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Demistifying Firmware Linker Scripts

This is the second post in our “Zero to main()” series.

Last time, we talked about bootstrapping a C environment on an MCU before invoking our main function. One thing we took for granted was the fact that functions and data end up in the right place in our binary. Today, we’re going to dig into how that happens by learning about memory regions and linker scripts.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://interrupt.memfault.com/blog/how-to-write-linker-scripts-for-firmware

simple and insightful, thanks for these articles.

You’re welcome! Thanks for reading :slight_smile: