While reverse-engineering the firmware on the Digoo DG-HOSA device which I have a couple of posts on already. I ran across some memory addresses that did not directly map to peripherals. I found the address ranges are called the Bit-band range and had special functionality allowing direct access to individual bits on peripherals. This post will give a quick summary of what these addresses are and how to unmap them to the normal peripheral addresses.
Recently I found a Ghidra plugin that did not have a build for the current version for Ghidra I was using, and this motivated me to figure out how to build a plugin from its source. After looking around, I did not find many writeups on building existing plugins. This writeup covers both building out the development environment that could be used for writing plugins and extending Ghidra itself and then how to compile the plugin.