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Check of A2L Alignment in CANape

Last updated: 2019-05-28

When loading an A2L CANape performs a check of the alignment, i.e. whether the addresses of the A2L objects match the global alignment given in the MOD_COMMON section of the A2L. CANape performs this check only for objects which addresses are obtained from record layouts. For measurements and characteristics which are primitive datatypes the address is obtained directly from the linker and thus regarded as correct without further checks. Only for composite data types, such as curves and maps, where the addresses of members are obtained by CANape with the help of a record layout an alignment check is performed.

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