How to load math libraries from flash into RAM after reset and power cycle?

Hello,

I am fairly new to this, so please excuse any ignorant or seemingly stupid questions - I am still learning here (so be gentle!)  

I have built an application on an F28335 eval kit.  I have built my system to boot from flash, and then I want to move a lot of the time critical routines into RAM.  I have managed to do that following the examples and documentation with no significant problems.

 However, as part of this, I also need to put the math libraries into RAM for quicker execution as well.  I have found the way to do that in the linker file is doing something like:

.rts  { -lrts2800_fpu32.lib (.tex) }  >> RAML3,   PAGE = 0

This works great for the initial running of the system, and everything runs fine when I start the application from the debugger.  However, when I power cycle the device, I would like it to immediately boot from flash, and begin running again (after re-initializing RAM properly).  However, that is not the case because of the math library.

I move my own code sections into RAM using the memcopy command like is specified in the documentation - I do this as part of the init routine.  It looks something like this:

(in linker file):

   ramfuncs            : LOAD = FLASHD, 
RUN = RAML0,
LOAD_START(_RamfuncsLoadStart),
LOAD_END(_RamfuncsLoadEnd),
RUN_START(_RamfuncsRunStart),
PAGE = 0

(in init code):
    memcpy(&RamfuncsRunStart,
&RamfuncsLoadStart,
&RamfuncsLoadEnd - &RamfuncsLoadStart);

However, I cannot figure out how to move the library into RAM at run time in a similar manner.

So my question is how would I affect the same copy from flash and into RAM after a reset or power cycle of the linked in library routines?   What is normally done about things
like this?  If I leave the math library in flash and do not move it to RAM in the linker file, everything works splendidly and will come back after the power cycle.  I just cannot have
the performance impact that this causes, so I need to move the libraries into RAM.

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks!

-Jeff