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bill2009

I'm working on an sd card with a system that only supports C rather than C++.  I can usually wade through a library and convert but the fat/mmc stuff is a bit daunting.

I do have bare-bones mmc working based on the original jesper hansen c code http://osfcproject.googlecode.com/svn-history/r13/trunk/OSFC/Software/doc/mmc__if_8c-source.html  but I would like to move up a bit from there.

I seem to recall a very basic FAT library that was limited to 16 single character filenames - does anyone recognize that?

robtillaart

8 chars for name a dot and 3 chars for extension
autoexec.bat just fitted
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Rob Tillaart

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bill2009

this was a more limited setup that allowed you to have 16 files named "0" thru "F".

jremington

Are you familiar with the elm-chan Ansi C FatFS? http://elm-chan.org/fsw/ff/00index_e.html
Check out his PetitFatFS, too. It runs on ATTinys.
"It seems to run on some form of electricity"

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