CONFIG Section (Windows CE 5.0)
You are not required to have a CONFIG section in a .bib file, and CONFIG section entries do not have to be in any order.
Romimage.exe always produces a .bin file, regardless of whether you define an .abx entry, an .sre entry, or a CONFIG section.
To create an .sre or an .abx version of the binary ROM image, update the CONFIG section of the file Config.bib.
For more information about run-time image data formats that you can specify, see Run-Time Image Files.
Several configuration options, for example, BOOTJUMP, affect the jump page. The jump page contains instructions that the device uses to jump to the code that starts the run-time image.
By default, the jump page is at the lowest address in memory within the RAMIMAGE space.
The following illustration shows a jump page that has been moved to a new location in memory.
Some configuration options refer to a writable section. A writable section is a data section in a module, such as a .data section, containing a module's global variables, which can be written to at run time. Because this section is writable, it must be copied from ROM or flash memory into RAM when the module is loaded.
Binary Image Builder File | Absolute Binary Data Format | AUTOSIZE | COMPRESSION | FSRAMPERCENT | KERNELFIXUPS | OUTPUT | PROFILE | RESETVECTOR | ROMFLAGS | ROMOFFSET | ROMSIZE | ROMSTART | ROMWIDTH | SRE | Run-Time Image Files
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