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Scaling down NXP Reader Library

Posted: 02 Jul 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:NXP Reader Library  source code  FLASH memory  software 

This document discusses the procedure of reducing the size of the NXP Reader Library source code.

It consists of 3 parts that describe how to reduce the code of application and the NXP Reader Library.

The first part is about typical user application setup.

The second part focuses on the replacement of calling functions with reference to input parameters and the input data structures of the replaced functions. It also tells you how to reach the minimum modules activation in order to reduce the final software package amount.

The third part is an extended library reduction. It deals with source code reduction. This means removing unused parts of the called functions to only keep the necessary required functionality. The part also contains descriptions on how to remove library cross references.

All in all the reduction could save up to 33% of the FLASH memory occupied by the library.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by NXP Semiconductors at as "How to Scale Down the NXP Reader Library".

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