Using the memmove function provided by the ewl library gives an error result

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Using the memmove function provided by the ewl library gives an error result

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shanix
Contributor II

HELLO

Recently when I using the memmove() function provided by ewl library, I got a very strange result which is totally wrong.Simply put, I want to move a piece of data backwards by 8 bytes, but the result seems like very strange. I want to know why and how to slove it. Thanks!Snipaste_2022-12-19_10-39-38.pngSnipaste_2022-12-19_10-37-59.pngSnipaste_2022-12-19_10-40-09.png

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jiri_kral
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi, 

I'm not sure if it is still actual - I did quick test on my side and memmove() works correctly on my side: 

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Most probable cause of the issue is that something rewrite the memory space. It can be some DMA access, if it is multicore project with badly defined linker script file – other core may write outside of its memory space and So on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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