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where is systick interrupt vector being set by MQX?

Question asked by MICHAEL HUSLIG on Nov 11, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 16, 2015 by David E Seymour

I am doing a custom board porting an MQX app from the twrk40 and I am stuck.


After MQX initialization I get a default ISR fault when the systick interrupt occurs.  I see in the code where the default ISRs are copied to the beginning of RAM in startup.C, followed by setting VTOR appropriately.  In MQX I see where the pointer to the systick interrupt is installed in memory allocated by MQX (either sparse or not).  But I can't find where either VTOR is modified by MQX or the original vector in RAM is modified by MQX.