This does not apply to ARMv6-M and ARMv7-M profiles.
You must consider the mode in which the main application is to run. Your choice affects how you implement system initialization.
Much of the functionality that you are likely to implement
at startup, both in the reset handler and
can only be done while executing in privileged modes, for example,
on-chip memory manipulation, and enabling interrupts.
If you want to run your application in a privileged mode, this is not an issue. Ensure that you change to the appropriate mode before exiting your reset handler.
If you want to run your application in User mode, however,
you can only change to User mode after completing
the necessary tasks in a privileged mode. The most likely place
to do this is in
The C library initialization code must use the same stack
as the application. If you need to use a non-User mode in
User mode in the application, you must exit your reset handler in
System mode, which uses the User mode stack pointer.