Commit 27fb4426 authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera
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Update TemperatureDataLogger and Webserver projects to the latest FATFS library version.

parent 67bc6251
......@@ -226,9 +226,9 @@ USB_Descriptor_String_t PROGMEM ManufacturerString =
*/
USB_Descriptor_String_t PROGMEM ProductString =
{
.Header = {.Size = USB_STRING_LEN(10), .Type = DTYPE_String},
.Header = {.Size = USB_STRING_LEN(22), .Type = DTYPE_String},
.UnicodeString = L"Datalogger"
.UnicodeString = L"Temperature Datalogger"
};
/** This function is called by the library when in device mode, and must be overridden (see library "USB Descriptors"
......
FatFs Module Source Files R0.07e (C)ChaN, 2010
FatFs Module Source Files R0.08 (C)ChaN, 2010
FILES
......@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ REVISION HISTORY
Added string functions: fputc(), fputs(), fprintf() and fgets().
Improved performance of f_lseek() on move to the same or following cluster.
Apr 01, 2010, R0.07 Merged Tiny-FatFs as a buffer configuration option.
Apr 01, 2009, R0.07 Merged Tiny-FatFs as a buffer configuration option.
Added long file name support.
Added multiple code page support.
Added re-entrancy for multitask operation.
......@@ -93,18 +93,25 @@ REVISION HISTORY
Changed result code of critical errors.
Renamed string functions to avoid name collision.
Apr 14, 2010, R0.07a Separated out OS dependent code on reentrant cfg.
Apr 14, 2009, R0.07a Separated out OS dependent code on reentrant cfg.
Added multiple sector size support.
Jun 21, 2010, R0.07c Fixed f_unlink() may return FR_OK on error.
Jun 21, 2009, R0.07c Fixed f_unlink() may return FR_OK on error.
Fixed wrong cache control in f_lseek().
Added relative path feature.
Added f_chdir().
Added f_chdrive().
Added proper case conversion for extended characters.
Nov 03,'2010 R0.07e Separated out configuration options from ff.h to ffconf.h.
Nov 03, 2009 R0.07e Separated out configuration options from ff.h to ffconf.h.
Added a configuration option, _LFN_UNICODE.
Fixed f_unlink() fails to remove a sub-dir on _FS_RPATH.
Fixed name matching error on the 13 char boundary.
Changed f_readdir() to return the SFN with always upper case on non-LFN cfg.
May 15, 2010, R0.08 Added a memory configuration option. (_USE_LFN)
Added file lock feature. (_FS_SHARE)
Added fast seek feature. (_USE_FASTSEEK)
Changed some types on the API, XCHAR->TCHAR.
Changed fname member in the FILINFO structure on Unicode cfg.
String functions support UTF-8 encoding files on Unicode cfg.
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ FatFs - FAT file system module include file R0.07e (C)ChaN, 2010
/ FatFs - FAT file system module include file R0.08 (C)ChaN, 2010
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ FatFs module is a generic FAT file system module for small embedded systems.
/ This is a free software that opened for education, research and commercial
......@@ -11,15 +11,20 @@
/ * No restriction on use. You can use, modify and redistribute it for
/ personal, non-profit or commercial product UNDER YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
/ * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice.
/
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef _FATFS
#define _FATFS 0x007E
#define _FATFS 8085 /* Revision ID */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#include "integer.h" /* Basic integer types */
#include "ffconf.h" /* FatFs configuration options */
#if _FATFS != _FFCONFIG
#if _FATFS != _FFCONF
#error Wrong configuration file (ffconf.h).
#endif
......@@ -219,50 +224,18 @@
/* Character code support macros */
#define IsUpper(c) (((c)>='A')&&((c)<='Z'))
#define IsLower(c) (((c)>='a')&&((c)<='z'))
#if _DF1S /* DBCS configuration */
#ifdef _DF2S /* Two 1st byte areas */
#define IsDBCS1(c) (((BYTE)(c) >= _DF1S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DF1E) || ((BYTE)(c) >= _DF2S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DF2E))
#else /* One 1st byte area */
#define IsDBCS1(c) ((BYTE)(c) >= _DF1S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DF1E)
#endif
#ifdef _DS3S /* Three 2nd byte areas */
#define IsDBCS2(c) (((BYTE)(c) >= _DS1S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DS1E) || ((BYTE)(c) >= _DS2S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DS2E) || ((BYTE)(c) >= _DS3S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DS3E))
#else /* Two 2nd byte areas */
#define IsDBCS2(c) (((BYTE)(c) >= _DS1S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DS1E) || ((BYTE)(c) >= _DS2S && (BYTE)(c) <= _DS2E))
#endif
#else /* SBCS configuration */
#define IsDBCS1(c) 0
#define IsDBCS2(c) 0
#endif /* _DF1S */
/* Definitions corresponds to multi partition */
/* Definitions corresponds to volume management */
#if _MULTI_PARTITION /* Multiple partition configuration */
typedef struct _PARTITION {
#define LD2PD(drv) (Drives[drv].pd) /* Get physical drive# */
#define LD2PT(drv) (Drives[drv].pt) /* Get partition# */
typedef struct {
BYTE pd; /* Physical drive# */
BYTE pt; /* Partition # (0-3) */
} PARTITION;
extern
const PARTITION Drives[]; /* Logical drive# to physical location conversion table */
#define LD2PD(drv) (Drives[drv].pd) /* Get physical drive# */
#define LD2PT(drv) (Drives[drv].pt) /* Get partition# */
extern const PARTITION Drives[]; /* Logical drive# to physical location conversion table */
#else /* Single partition configuration */
#define LD2PD(drv) (drv) /* Physical drive# is equal to the logical drive# */
#define LD2PT(drv) 0 /* Always mounts the 1st partition */
......@@ -270,120 +243,142 @@ const PARTITION Drives[]; /* Logical drive# to physical location conversion ta
/* Definitions corresponds to multiple sector size */
/* Type of path name strings on FatFs API */
#if _MAX_SS == 512 /* Single sector size */
#define SS(fs) 512U
#elif _MAX_SS == 1024 || _MAX_SS == 2048 || _MAX_SS == 4096 /* Multiple sector size */
#define SS(fs) ((fs)->s_size)
#if _LFN_UNICODE /* Unicode string */
#if !_USE_LFN
#error _LFN_UNICODE must be 0 in non-LFN cfg.
#endif
#ifndef _INC_TCHAR
typedef WCHAR TCHAR;
#define _T(x) L ## x
#define _TEXT(x) L ## x
#endif
#else
#error Sector size must be 512, 1024, 2048 or 4096.
#else /* ANSI/OEM string */
#ifndef _INC_TCHAR
typedef char TCHAR;
#define _T(x) x
#define _TEXT(x) x
#endif
#endif
/* Type of file name on FatFs API */
/* Definitions corresponds to file shareing feature */
#if _LFN_UNICODE && _USE_LFN
typedef WCHAR XCHAR; /* Unicode */
#else
typedef char XCHAR; /* SBCS, DBCS */
#if _FS_SHARE
#if _FS_READONLY
#error _FS_SHARE must be 0 on R/O cfg.
#endif
typedef struct {
DWORD clu; /* File ID 1, directory */
WORD idx; /* File ID 2, index in the directory */
WORD ctr; /* File open counter, 0:none, 0x01..0xFF:read open count, 0x100:in write open */
} FILESEM;
#endif
/* File system object structure */
/* File system object structure (FATFS) */
typedef struct _FATFS_ {
BYTE fs_type; /* FAT sub type */
BYTE drive; /* Physical drive number */
BYTE csize; /* Number of sectors per cluster */
BYTE n_fats; /* Number of FAT copies */
BYTE wflag; /* win[] dirty flag (1:must be written back) */
BYTE fsi_flag; /* fsinfo dirty flag (1:must be written back) */
WORD id; /* File system mount ID */
WORD n_rootdir; /* Number of root directory entries (0 on FAT32) */
#if _FS_REENTRANT
_SYNC_t sobj; /* Identifier of sync object */
#endif
typedef struct {
BYTE fs_type; /* FAT sub-type (0:Not mounted) */
BYTE drv; /* Physical drive number */
BYTE csize; /* Sectors per cluster (1,2,4...128) */
BYTE n_fats; /* Number of FAT copies (1,2) */
BYTE wflag; /* win[] dirty flag (1:must be written back) */
BYTE fsi_flag; /* fsinfo dirty flag (1:must be written back) */
WORD id; /* File system mount ID */
WORD n_rootdir; /* Number of root directory entries (FAT12/16) */
#if _MAX_SS != 512
WORD s_size; /* Sector size */
WORD ssize; /* Bytes per sector (512,1024,2048,4096) */
#endif
#if _FS_REENTRANT
_SYNC_t sobj; /* Identifier of sync object */
#endif
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD last_clust; /* Last allocated cluster */
DWORD free_clust; /* Number of free clusters */
DWORD fsi_sector; /* fsinfo sector */
DWORD last_clust; /* Last allocated cluster */
DWORD free_clust; /* Number of free clusters */
DWORD fsi_sector; /* fsinfo sector (FAT32) */
#endif
#if _FS_RPATH
DWORD cdir; /* Current directory (0:root)*/
#endif
DWORD sects_fat; /* Sectors per fat */
DWORD max_clust; /* Maximum cluster# + 1. Number of clusters is max_clust - 2 */
DWORD fatbase; /* FAT start sector */
DWORD dirbase; /* Root directory start sector (Cluster# on FAT32) */
DWORD database; /* Data start sector */
DWORD winsect; /* Current sector appearing in the win[] */
BYTE win[_MAX_SS];/* Disk access window for Directory/FAT */
DWORD cdir; /* Current directory start cluster (0:root) */
#endif
DWORD n_fatent; /* Number of FAT entries (= number of clusters + 2) */
DWORD fsize; /* Sectors per FAT */
DWORD fatbase; /* FAT start sector */
DWORD dirbase; /* Root directory start sector (FAT32:Cluster#) */
DWORD database; /* Data start sector */
DWORD winsect; /* Current sector appearing in the win[] */
BYTE win[_MAX_SS]; /* Disk access window for Directory, FAT (and Data on tiny cfg) */
#if _FS_SHARE
FILESEM flsem[_FS_SHARE]; /* File lock semaphores */
#endif
} FATFS;
/* Directory object structure */
/* File object structure (FIL) */
typedef struct _DIR_ {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the owner file system object */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID */
WORD index; /* Current read/write index number */
DWORD sclust; /* Table start cluster (0:Static table) */
DWORD clust; /* Current cluster */
DWORD sect; /* Current sector */
BYTE* dir; /* Pointer to the current SFN entry in the win[] */
BYTE* fn; /* Pointer to the SFN (in/out) {file[8],ext[3],status[1]} */
#if _USE_LFN
WCHAR* lfn; /* Pointer to the LFN working buffer */
WORD lfn_idx; /* Last matched LFN index number (0xFFFF:No LFN) */
typedef struct {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the owner file system object */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID */
BYTE flag; /* File status flags */
BYTE pad1;
DWORD fptr; /* File read/write pointer */
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
DWORD org_clust; /* File start cluster (0 when fsize==0) */
DWORD curr_clust; /* Current cluster */
DWORD dsect; /* Current data sector */
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD dir_sect; /* Sector containing the directory entry */
BYTE* dir_ptr; /* Ponter to the directory entry in the window */
#endif
} DIR;
#if _USE_FASTSEEK
DWORD* cltbl; /* Pointer to the cluster link map table */
#endif
#if _FS_SHARE
UINT lockid; /* File lock ID */
#endif
#if !_FS_TINY
BYTE buf[_MAX_SS]; /* File data read/write buffer */
#endif
} FIL;
/* File object structure */
/* Directory object structure (DIR) */
typedef struct _FIL_ {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the owner file system object */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID */
BYTE flag; /* File status flags */
BYTE csect; /* Sector address in the cluster */
DWORD fptr; /* File R/W pointer */
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
DWORD org_clust; /* File start cluster */
DWORD curr_clust; /* Current cluster */
DWORD dsect; /* Current data sector */
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD dir_sect; /* Sector containing the directory entry */
BYTE* dir_ptr; /* Ponter to the directory entry in the window */
#endif
#if !_FS_TINY
BYTE buf[_MAX_SS];/* File R/W buffer */
typedef struct {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the owner file system object */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID */
WORD index; /* Current read/write index number */
DWORD sclust; /* Table start cluster (0:Root dir) */
DWORD clust; /* Current cluster */
DWORD sect; /* Current sector */
BYTE* dir; /* Pointer to the current SFN entry in the win[] */
BYTE* fn; /* Pointer to the SFN (in/out) {file[8],ext[3],status[1]} */
#if _USE_LFN
WCHAR* lfn; /* Pointer to the LFN working buffer */
WORD lfn_idx; /* Last matched LFN index number (0xFFFF:No LFN) */
#endif
} FIL;
} DIR;
/* File status structure */
/* File status structure (FILINFO) */
typedef struct _FILINFO_ {
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
WORD fdate; /* Last modified date */
WORD ftime; /* Last modified time */
BYTE fattrib; /* Attribute */
char fname[13]; /* Short file name (8.3 format) */
typedef struct {
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
WORD fdate; /* Last modified date */
WORD ftime; /* Last modified time */
BYTE fattrib; /* Attribute */
TCHAR fname[13]; /* Short file name (8.3 format) */
#if _USE_LFN
XCHAR* lfname; /* Pointer to the LFN buffer */
int lfsize; /* Size of LFN buffer [chrs] */
TCHAR* lfname; /* Pointer to the LFN buffer */
int lfsize; /* Size of LFN buffer [chrs] */
#endif
} FILINFO;
......@@ -392,22 +387,25 @@ typedef struct _FILINFO_ {
/* File function return code (FRESULT) */
typedef enum {
FR_OK = 0, /* 0 */
FR_DISK_ERR, /* 1 */
FR_INT_ERR, /* 2 */
FR_NOT_READY, /* 3 */
FR_NO_FILE, /* 4 */
FR_NO_PATH, /* 5 */
FR_INVALID_NAME, /* 6 */
FR_DENIED, /* 7 */
FR_EXIST, /* 8 */
FR_INVALID_OBJECT, /* 9 */
FR_WRITE_PROTECTED, /* 10 */
FR_INVALID_DRIVE, /* 11 */
FR_NOT_ENABLED, /* 12 */
FR_NO_FILESYSTEM, /* 13 */
FR_MKFS_ABORTED, /* 14 */
FR_TIMEOUT /* 15 */
FR_OK = 0, /* (0) Succeeded */
FR_DISK_ERR, /* (1) A hard error occured in the low level disk I/O layer */
FR_INT_ERR, /* (2) Assertion failed */
FR_NOT_READY, /* (3) The physical drive cannot work */
FR_NO_FILE, /* (4) Could not find the file */
FR_NO_PATH, /* (5) Could not find the path */
FR_INVALID_NAME, /* (6) The path name format is invalid */
FR_DENIED, /* (7) Acces denied due to prohibited access or directory full */
FR_EXIST, /* (8) Acces denied due to prohibited access */
FR_INVALID_OBJECT, /* (9) The file/directory object is invalid */
FR_WRITE_PROTECTED, /* (10) The physical drive is write protected */
FR_INVALID_DRIVE, /* (11) The logical drive number is invalid */
FR_NOT_ENABLED, /* (12) The volume has no work area */
FR_NO_FILESYSTEM, /* (13) There is no valid FAT volume on the physical drive */
FR_MKFS_ABORTED, /* (14) The f_mkfs() aborted due to any parameter error */
FR_TIMEOUT, /* (15) Could not get a grant to access the volume within defined period */
FR_LOCKED, /* (16) The operation is rejected according to the file shareing policy */
FR_NOT_ENOUGH_CORE, /* (17) LFN working buffer could not be allocated */
FR_TOO_MANY_OPEN_FILES /* (18) Number of open files > _FS_SHARE */
} FRESULT;
......@@ -416,66 +414,77 @@ typedef enum {
/* FatFs module application interface */
FRESULT f_mount (BYTE, FATFS*); /* Mount/Unmount a logical drive */
FRESULT f_open (FIL*, const XCHAR*, BYTE); /* Open or create a file */
FRESULT f_open (FIL*, const TCHAR*, BYTE); /* Open or create a file */
FRESULT f_read (FIL*, void*, UINT, UINT*); /* Read data from a file */
FRESULT f_write (FIL*, const void*, UINT, UINT*); /* Write data to a file */
FRESULT f_lseek (FIL*, DWORD); /* Move file pointer of a file object */
FRESULT f_close (FIL*); /* Close an open file object */
FRESULT f_opendir (DIR*, const XCHAR*); /* Open an existing directory */
FRESULT f_opendir (DIR*, const TCHAR*); /* Open an existing directory */
FRESULT f_readdir (DIR*, FILINFO*); /* Read a directory item */
FRESULT f_stat (const XCHAR*, FILINFO*); /* Get file status */
FRESULT f_getfree (const XCHAR*, DWORD*, FATFS**); /* Get number of free clusters on the drive */
FRESULT f_stat (const TCHAR*, FILINFO*); /* Get file status */
#if !_FS_READONLY
FRESULT f_write (FIL*, const void*, UINT, UINT*); /* Write data to a file */
FRESULT f_getfree (const TCHAR*, DWORD*, FATFS**); /* Get number of free clusters on the drive */
FRESULT f_truncate (FIL*); /* Truncate file */
FRESULT f_sync (FIL*); /* Flush cached data of a writing file */
FRESULT f_unlink (const XCHAR*); /* Delete an existing file or directory */
FRESULT f_mkdir (const XCHAR*); /* Create a new directory */
FRESULT f_chmod (const XCHAR*, BYTE, BYTE); /* Change attriburte of the file/dir */
FRESULT f_utime (const XCHAR*, const FILINFO*); /* Change timestamp of the file/dir */
FRESULT f_rename (const XCHAR*, const XCHAR*); /* Rename/Move a file or directory */
FRESULT f_unlink (const TCHAR*); /* Delete an existing file or directory */
FRESULT f_mkdir (const TCHAR*); /* Create a new directory */
FRESULT f_chmod (const TCHAR*, BYTE, BYTE); /* Change attriburte of the file/dir */
FRESULT f_utime (const TCHAR*, const FILINFO*); /* Change timestamp of the file/dir */
FRESULT f_rename (const TCHAR*, const TCHAR*); /* Rename/Move a file or directory */
#endif
#if _USE_FORWARD
FRESULT f_forward (FIL*, UINT(*)(const BYTE*,UINT), UINT, UINT*); /* Forward data to the stream */
FRESULT f_mkfs (BYTE, BYTE, WORD); /* Create a file system on the drive */
FRESULT f_chdir (const XCHAR*); /* Change current directory */
#endif
#if _USE_MKFS
FRESULT f_mkfs (BYTE, BYTE, UINT); /* Create a file system on the drive */
#endif
#if _FS_RPATH
FRESULT f_chdir (const TCHAR*); /* Change current directory */
FRESULT f_chdrive (BYTE); /* Change current drive */
#endif
#if _USE_STRFUNC
int f_putc (int, FIL*); /* Put a character to the file */
int f_puts (const char*, FIL*); /* Put a string to the file */
int f_printf (FIL*, const char*, ...); /* Put a formatted string to the file */
char* f_gets (char*, int, FIL*); /* Get a string from the file */
int f_putc (TCHAR, FIL*); /* Put a character to the file */
int f_puts (const TCHAR*, FIL*); /* Put a string to the file */
int f_printf (FIL*, const TCHAR*, ...); /* Put a formatted string to the file */
TCHAR* f_gets (TCHAR*, int, FIL*); /* Get a string from the file */
#define f_eof(fp) (((fp)->fptr == (fp)->fsize) ? 1 : 0)
#define f_error(fp) (((fp)->flag & FA__ERROR) ? 1 : 0)
#ifndef EOF
#define EOF -1
#define EOF (-1)
#endif
#endif
/*--------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* User defined functions */
/* Additional user defined functions */
/* Real time clock */
/* RTC function */
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD get_fattime (void); /* 31-25: Year(0-127 org.1980), 24-21: Month(1-12), 20-16: Day(1-31) */
/* 15-11: Hour(0-23), 10-5: Minute(0-59), 4-0: Second(0-29 *2) */
DWORD get_fattime (void);
#endif
/* Unicode - OEM code conversion */
#if _USE_LFN
WCHAR ff_convert (WCHAR, UINT);
WCHAR ff_wtoupper (WCHAR);
/* Unicode support functions */
#if _USE_LFN /* Unicode - OEM code conversion */
WCHAR ff_convert (WCHAR, UINT); /* OEM-Unicode bidirectional conversion */
WCHAR ff_wtoupper (WCHAR); /* Unicode upper-case conversion */
#if _USE_LFN == 3 /* Memory functions */
void* ff_memalloc (UINT); /* Allocate memory block */
void ff_memfree (void*); /* Free memory block */
#endif
#endif
/* Sync functions */
#if _FS_REENTRANT
BOOL ff_cre_syncobj(BYTE, _SYNC_t*);
BOOL ff_del_syncobj(_SYNC_t);
BOOL ff_req_grant(_SYNC_t);
void ff_rel_grant(_SYNC_t);
int ff_cre_syncobj (BYTE, _SYNC_t*);/* Create a sync object */
int ff_del_syncobj (_SYNC_t); /* Delete a sync object */
int ff_req_grant (_SYNC_t); /* Lock sync object */
void ff_rel_grant (_SYNC_t); /* Unlock sync object */
#endif
/*--------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Flags and offset address */
......@@ -484,7 +493,9 @@ void ff_rel_grant(_SYNC_t);
#define FA_READ 0x01
#define FA_OPEN_EXISTING 0x00
#if _FS_READONLY == 0
#define FA__ERROR 0x80
#if !_FS_READONLY
#define FA_WRITE 0x02
#define FA_CREATE_NEW 0x04
#define FA_CREATE_ALWAYS 0x08
......@@ -492,7 +503,6 @@ void ff_rel_grant(_SYNC_t);
#define FA__WRITTEN 0x20
#define FA__DIRTY 0x40
#endif
#define FA__ERROR 0x80
/* FAT sub type (FATFS.fs_type) */
......@@ -514,8 +524,12 @@ void ff_rel_grant(_SYNC_t);
#define AM_MASK 0x3F /* Mask of defined bits */
/* FatFs refers the members in the FAT structures with byte offset instead
/ of structure member because there are incompatibility of the packing option
/* Fast seek function */
#define CREATE_LINKMAP 0xFFFFFFFF
/* FatFs refers the members in the FAT structures with byte offset instead of
/ structure member because there are incompatibility of the packing option
/ between various compilers. */
#define BS_jmpBoot 0
......@@ -592,5 +606,8 @@ void ff_rel_grant(_SYNC_t);
#define ST_DWORD(ptr,val) *(BYTE*)(ptr)=(BYTE)(val); *(BYTE*)((ptr)+1)=(BYTE)((WORD)(val)>>8); *(BYTE*)((ptr)+2)=(BYTE)((DWORD)(val)>>16); *(BYTE*)((ptr)+3)=(BYTE)((DWORD)(val)>>24)
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif /* _FATFS */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ FatFs - FAT file system module configuration file R0.07e (C)ChaN, 2010
/ FatFs - FAT file system module configuration file R0.08 (C)ChaN, 2010
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/
/ CAUTION! Do not forget to make clean the project after any changes to
/ the configuration options.
/
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef _FFCONFIG
#define _FFCONFIG 0x007E
#ifndef _FFCONF
#define _FFCONF 8085 /* Revision ID */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ Function and Buffer Configurations
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define _FS_TINY 1 /* 0 or 1 */
#define _FS_TINY 1 /* 0:Normal or 1:Tiny */
/* When _FS_TINY is set to 1, FatFs uses the sector buffer in the file system
/ object instead of the sector buffer in the individual file object for file
/ data transfer. This reduces memory consumption 512 bytes each file object. */
#define _FS_READONLY 0 /* 0 or 1 */
#define _FS_READONLY 0 /* 0:Read/Write or 1:Read only */
/* Setting _FS_READONLY to 1 defines read only configuration. This removes
/ writing functions, f_write, f_sync, f_unlink, f_mkdir, f_chmod, f_rename,
/ f_truncate and useless f_getfree. */
......@@ -36,18 +36,22 @@
/ 3: f_lseek is removed in addition to level 2. */
#define _USE_STRFUNC 0 /* 0, 1 or 2 */
#define _USE_STRFUNC 0 /* 0:Disable or 1/2:Enable */
/* To enable string functions, set _USE_STRFUNC to 1 or 2. */
#define _USE_MKFS 0 /* 0 or 1 */
#define _USE_MKFS 0 /* 0:Disable or 1:Enable */
/* To enable f_mkfs function, set _USE_MKFS to 1 and set _FS_READONLY to 0 */
#define _USE_FORWARD 0 /* 0 or 1 */
#define _USE_FORWARD 0 /* 0:Disable or 1:Enable */
/* To enable f_forward function, set _USE_FORWARD to 1 and set _FS_TINY to 1. */
#define _USE_FASTSEEK 0 /* 0:Disable or 1:Enable */
/* To enable fast seek feature, set _USE_FASTSEEK to 1. */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ Locale and Namespace Configurations
......@@ -86,26 +90,27 @@
*/