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Processor expert bug??

Question asked by Clay Barclay on Mar 10, 2014
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2014 by ZhangJennie


  I am using the PE FLASH_LDD for Kinetis in CW 10.5 and it throws a compiler warning when I turn on optimization. 

IntFlashLdd1.c:550:3: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules [-Wstrict-aliasing]

Here is the function that gets this warning:

static void SafeRoutineCaller(void)


LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutine SaveRoutineStackSpace; LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutinePtr SafeRoutinePtr;  /* The safe routine must be aligned to 16bit word */

SafeRoutinePtr = (LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutinePtr)(((uint32_t)&SaveRoutineStackSpace + 1U) & ~(uint32_t)1U); /* Copy the safe routine's code to a buffer on the stack */

*(LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutine *)(void *)SafeRoutinePtr = *(LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutine *)(void *)&SafeRoutine; /* {Default RTOS Adapter} Critical section begin, general PE function is used */

EnterCritical(); ((LDD_FLASH_TSafeRoutinePtr)((uint32_t)(SafeRoutinePtr) | 1U))(); /* Run the Safe routine */ /* {Default RTOS Adapter} Critical section end, general PE function is used */







I would assume since this is automatically generated that I found a PE bug.  Can anyone help me?