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User19087
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What do all of these program modes mean? I see them get called with `cmpswap` a lot.

0x53545254 = STRT
0x454e4445 = ENDE
0x45444954 = EDIT
0x4c454144 = LEAD
0x4150504c = APPL
0x424c4452 = BLDR
0x42555044 = BUPD
0x54535720 = 'TSW '
0x5355504c = SUPL
0x43555354 = CUST
0x00535455 = STU
0x43494430 = CID0
0x20202020 = ' '
0x45585452 = EXTR
0x50524c44 = PRLD
0x55504c44 = UPLD
0x44454654 = DEFT
0x54533020 = TS0
0x46554e43 = FUNC
0x4d455041 = MEPA

WS0
RC0
RPWS / SWPR
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User19087
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Bump. Are these common markers for like... RTOS or something?
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NeMa_4793301
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Is this an engine controller question or something? I have no idea what this has to do with an AURIX.

EDIT: CMPSWAP just takes a 32-bit argument. What that argument means is up to the application.
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