Boot-MIPS is example code for MIPS32® R2-5 or R6 Cores. It is intended to aid you in becoming familiar with the initialization of a MIPS Core.
Building Boot-MIPS results in executables suitable for programming the flash on a MALTA software development board, a SEAD development board or to download to an IASim simulator. In addition to runtime initialization, Boot-MIPS executables include some simple C example code that is copied from the Flash area to a RAM or Scratchpad and then executed at the end of the boot process. Only one executable is used in any particular system; where applicable, all code and non-stack C data are shared between all processing elements.
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