Ancient DNA in .....cppproj file?

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I happened to notice this snippet at line 22 in my ….cpproj files.

    <ProgFlashFromRam>true</ProgFlashFromRam>
    <RamSnippetAddress>0x20000000</RamSnippetAddress>

Could this be DNA from an ancient version of Studio that went extinct long ago?

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C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Studio\7.0>grep ProgFlashFromRam * -r
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_debugger_core.dll matches
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_hil_arm.dll matches
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_hil_core.dll matches
Binary file Extensions/Application/AvrProjectManagement.dll matches
Binary file Extensions/Application/ObjProjects.dll matches

Seems like "modern" AS7 files are looking for that text string. Same for:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Studio\7.0>grep RamSnippetAddress * -r
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_debugger_core.dll matches
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_hil_arm.dll matches
Binary file atbackend/codeCache/com_atmel_hil_core.dll matches
Binary file Extensions/Application/AvrProjectManagement.dll matches
Binary file Extensions/Application/ObjProjects.dll matches
Binary file Extensions/Application/Programming.dll matches

So, no, I don't think this is "old".