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Project options, what is "-id0=>0:"?

Question asked by MrGreen on Dec 17, 2013
Latest reply on Jan 9, 2014 by MrGreen

In comparing two versions of the same project I noticed differences in the .dpj - file.

In tool section "Loader" there were some additional flags set which I do not understand the meaning of:

    <tool type="Loader">

     <option><![CDATA[|-Version>4.5|-bspiflash>1|-fBinary>1|-HostWidth8>1|-v>0|-nokernel>0|UserKernel>0|-l>C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\VisualDSP 5.0\214xx\ldr\479_spi.dxe|-id0exe=>0: |-id1exe=>1: |-id2exe=>2: |-id3exe=>3: |-id4exe=>4: |-id5exe=>5: |-id6exe=>6: |-id7exe=>7: |-COMPRESSION>0|-COMPRESSIONOVERLAY>0|-RETAINSECONDSTAGEKERNEL>0|-COMPRESSWS>9]]></option>

    </tool>

Were the highlighted section only appear in one of the projects.

What does this section mean and what affect does it have on a build?

Where can I affect these options in the IDDE?

From other engineering zone threads I deduce this is related to

I am using visualDSP 5.0.10.0.

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