Commit c546b66b authored by Damien George's avatar Damien George
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lib/fatfs: Upgrade to new FatFs driver, put in lib/ for common use.

Patches to fatfs for our use will follow.
parent 83204f34
FatFs Module Source Files R0.10c (C)ChaN, 2014
FILES
ffconf.h Configuration file for FatFs module.
ff.h Common include file for FatFs and application module.
ff.c FatFs module.
diskio.h Common include file for FatFs and disk I/O module.
diskio.c An example of glue function to attach existing disk I/O module to FatFs.
integer.h Integer type definitions for FatFs.
option Optional external functions.
Low level disk I/O module is not included in this archive because the FatFs
module is only a generic file system layer and not depend on any specific
storage device. You have to provide a low level disk I/O module that written
to control your storage device.
AGREEMENTS
FatFs module is an open source software to implement FAT file system to
small embedded systems. This is a free software and is opened for education,
research and commercial developments under license policy of following trems.
Copyright (C) 2014, ChaN, all right reserved.
* The FatFs module is a free software and there is NO WARRANTY.
* 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.
REVISION HISTORY
Feb 26, 2006 R0.00 Prototype
Apr 29, 2006 R0.01 First release.
Jun 01, 2006 R0.02 Added FAT12.
Removed unbuffered mode.
Fixed a problem on small (<32M) patition.
Jun 10, 2006 R0.02a Added a configuration option _FS_MINIMUM.
Sep 22, 2006 R0.03 Added f_rename.
Changed option _FS_MINIMUM to _FS_MINIMIZE.
Dec 11, 2006 R0.03a Improved cluster scan algolithm to write files fast.
Fixed f_mkdir creates incorrect directory on FAT32.
Feb 04, 2007 R0.04 Supported multiple drive system. (FatFs)
Changed some APIs for multiple drive system.
Added f_mkfs. (FatFs)
Added _USE_FAT32 option. (Tiny-FatFs)
Apr 01, 2007 R0.04a Supported multiple partitions on a plysical drive. (FatFs)
Fixed an endian sensitive code in f_mkfs. (FatFs)
Added a capability of extending the file size to f_lseek.
Added minimization level 3.
Fixed a problem that can collapse a sector when recreate an
existing file in any sub-directory at non FAT32 cfg. (Tiny-FatFs)
May 05, 2007 R0.04b Added _USE_NTFLAG option.
Added FSInfo support.
Fixed some problems corresponds to FAT32. (Tiny-FatFs)
Fixed DBCS name can result FR_INVALID_NAME.
Fixed short seek (0 < ofs <= csize) collapses the file object.
Aug 25, 2007 R0.05 Changed arguments of f_read, f_write.
Changed arguments of f_mkfs. (FatFs)
Fixed f_mkfs on FAT32 creates incorrect FSInfo. (FatFs)
Fixed f_mkdir on FAT32 creates incorrect directory. (FatFs)
Feb 03, 2008 R0.05a Added f_truncate().
Added f_utime().
Fixed off by one error at FAT sub-type determination.
Fixed btr in f_read() can be mistruncated.
Fixed cached sector is not flushed when create and close without write.
Apr 01, 2008 R0.06 Added f_forward(). (Tiny-FatFs)
Added string functions: fputc(), fputs(), fprintf() and fgets().
Improved performance of f_lseek() on move to the same or following cluster.
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.
Added auto cluster size selection to f_mkfs().
Added rewind option to f_readdir().
Changed result code of critical errors.
Renamed string functions to avoid name collision.
Apr 14, 2009, R0.07a Separated out OS dependent code on reentrant cfg.
Added multiple sector size support.
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, 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.
Aug 16,'10 R0.08a Added f_getcwd(). (_FS_RPATH = 2)
Added sector erase feature. (_USE_ERASE)
Moved file lock semaphore table from fs object to the bss.
Fixed a wrong directory entry is created on non-LFN cfg when the given name contains ';'.
Fixed f_mkfs() creates wrong FAT32 volume.
Jan 15,'11 R0.08b Fast seek feature is also applied to f_read() and f_write().
f_lseek() reports required table size on creating CLMP.
Extended format syntax of f_printf function.
Ignores duplicated directory separators in given path names.
Sep 06,'11 R0.09 f_mkfs() supports multiple partition to finish the multiple partition feature.
Added f_fdisk(). (_MULTI_PARTITION = 2)
Aug 27,'12 R0.09a Fixed assertion failure due to OS/2 EA on FAT12/16.
Changed f_open() and f_opendir() reject null object pointer to avoid crash.
Changed option name _FS_SHARE to _FS_LOCK.
Jan 23,'13 R0.09b Added f_getlabel() and f_setlabel(). (_USE_LABEL)
Oct 02,'13 R0.10 Added selection of character encoding on the file. (_STRF_ENCODE)
Added f_closedir().
Added forced full FAT scan for f_getfree(). (_FS_NOFSINFO)
Added forced mount feature with changes of f_mount().
Improved behavior of volume auto detection.
Improved write throughput of f_puts() and f_printf().
Changed argument of f_chdrive(), f_mkfs(), disk_read() and disk_write().
Fixed f_write() can be truncated when the file size is close to 4GB.
Fixed f_open(), f_mkdir() and f_setlabel() can return incorrect error code.
Jan 15,'14 R0.10a Added arbitrary strings as drive number in the path name. (_STR_VOLUME_ID)
Added a configuration option of minimum sector size. (_MIN_SS)
2nd argument of f_rename() can have a drive number and it will be ignored.
Fixed f_mount() with forced mount fails when drive number is >= 1.
Fixed f_close() invalidates the file object without volume lock.
Fixed f_closedir() returns but the volume lock is left acquired.
Fixed creation of an entry with LFN fails on too many SFN collisions.
Mar 19,'14 R0.10b Fixed a hard error in the disk I/O layer can collapse the directory entry.
Fixed LFN entry is not deleted on delete/rename an object with lossy converted SFN.
Nov 09,'14 R0.10c Added a configuration option for the platforms without RTC. (_FS_NORTC)
Fixed volume label created by Mac OS X cannot be retrieved with f_getlabel().
Fixed a potential problem of FAT access that can appear on disk error.
Fixed null pointer dereference on attempting to delete the root direcotry.
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Low level disk I/O module skeleton for FatFs (C)ChaN, 2014 */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* If a working storage control module is available, it should be */
/* attached to the FatFs via a glue function rather than modifying it. */
/* This is an example of glue functions to attach various exsisting */
/* storage control modules to the FatFs module with a defined API. */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include "diskio.h" /* FatFs lower layer API */
#include "usbdisk.h" /* Example: USB drive control */
#include "atadrive.h" /* Example: ATA drive control */
#include "sdcard.h" /* Example: MMC/SDC contorl */
/* Definitions of physical drive number for each drive */
#define ATA 0 /* Example: Map ATA drive to drive number 0 */
#define MMC 1 /* Example: Map MMC/SD card to drive number 1 */
#define USB 2 /* Example: Map USB drive to drive number 2 */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Get Drive Status */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
DSTATUS disk_status (
BYTE pdrv /* Physical drive nmuber to identify the drive */
)
{
DSTATUS stat;
int result;
switch (pdrv) {
case ATA :
result = ATA_disk_status();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
case MMC :
result = MMC_disk_status();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
case USB :
result = USB_disk_status();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
}
return STA_NOINIT;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Inidialize a Drive */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
DSTATUS disk_initialize (
BYTE pdrv /* Physical drive nmuber to identify the drive */
)
{
DSTATUS stat;
int result;
switch (pdrv) {
case ATA :
result = ATA_disk_initialize();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
case MMC :
result = MMC_disk_initialize();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
case USB :
result = USB_disk_initialize();
// translate the reslut code here
return stat;
}
return STA_NOINIT;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Read Sector(s) */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
DRESULT disk_read (
BYTE pdrv, /* Physical drive nmuber to identify the drive */
BYTE *buff, /* Data buffer to store read data */
DWORD sector, /* Sector address in LBA */
UINT count /* Number of sectors to read */
)
{
DRESULT res;
int result;
switch (pdrv) {
case ATA :
// translate the arguments here
result = ATA_disk_read(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
case MMC :
// translate the arguments here
result = MMC_disk_read(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
case USB :
// translate the arguments here
result = USB_disk_read(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
}
return RES_PARERR;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Write Sector(s) */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#if _USE_WRITE
DRESULT disk_write (
BYTE pdrv, /* Physical drive nmuber to identify the drive */
const BYTE *buff, /* Data to be written */
DWORD sector, /* Sector address in LBA */
UINT count /* Number of sectors to write */
)
{
DRESULT res;
int result;
switch (pdrv) {
case ATA :
// translate the arguments here
result = ATA_disk_write(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
case MMC :
// translate the arguments here
result = MMC_disk_write(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
case USB :
// translate the arguments here
result = USB_disk_write(buff, sector, count);
// translate the reslut code here
return res;
}
return RES_PARERR;
}
#endif
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Miscellaneous Functions */
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#if _USE_IOCTL
DRESULT disk_ioctl (
BYTE pdrv, /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
BYTE cmd, /* Control code */
void *buff /* Buffer to send/receive control data */
)
{
DRESULT res;
int result;
switch (pdrv) {
case ATA :
// Process of the command for the ATA drive
return res;
case MMC :
// Process of the command for the MMC/SD card
return res;
case USB :
// Process of the command the USB drive
return res;
}
return RES_PARERR;
}
#endif
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ Low level disk interface modlue include file (C)ChaN, 2014 /
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef _DISKIO_DEFINED
#define _DISKIO_DEFINED
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#define _USE_WRITE 1 /* 1: Enable disk_write function */
#define _USE_IOCTL 1 /* 1: Enable disk_ioctl fucntion */
#include "integer.h"
/* Status of Disk Functions */
typedef BYTE DSTATUS;
/* Results of Disk Functions */
typedef enum {
RES_OK = 0, /* 0: Successful */
RES_ERROR, /* 1: R/W Error */
RES_WRPRT, /* 2: Write Protected */
RES_NOTRDY, /* 3: Not Ready */
RES_PARERR /* 4: Invalid Parameter */
} DRESULT;
/*---------------------------------------*/
/* Prototypes for disk control functions */
DSTATUS disk_initialize (BYTE pdrv);
DSTATUS disk_status (BYTE pdrv);
DRESULT disk_read (BYTE pdrv, BYTE* buff, DWORD sector, UINT count);
DRESULT disk_write (BYTE pdrv, const BYTE* buff, DWORD sector, UINT count);
DRESULT disk_ioctl (BYTE pdrv, BYTE cmd, void* buff);
/* Disk Status Bits (DSTATUS) */
#define STA_NOINIT 0x01 /* Drive not initialized */
#define STA_NODISK 0x02 /* No medium in the drive */
#define STA_PROTECT 0x04 /* Write protected */
/* Command code for disk_ioctrl fucntion */
/* Generic command (Used by FatFs) */
#define CTRL_SYNC 0 /* Complete pending write process (needed at _FS_READONLY == 0) */
#define GET_SECTOR_COUNT 1 /* Get media size (needed at _USE_MKFS == 1) */
#define GET_SECTOR_SIZE 2 /* Get sector size (needed at _MAX_SS != _MIN_SS) */
#define GET_BLOCK_SIZE 3 /* Get erase block size (needed at _USE_MKFS == 1) */
#define CTRL_TRIM 4 /* Inform device that the data on the block of sectors is no longer used (needed at _USE_TRIM == 1) */
/* Generic command (Not used by FatFs) */
#define CTRL_POWER 5 /* Get/Set power status */
#define CTRL_LOCK 6 /* Lock/Unlock media removal */
#define CTRL_EJECT 7 /* Eject media */
#define CTRL_FORMAT 8 /* Create physical format on the media */
/* MMC/SDC specific ioctl command */
#define MMC_GET_TYPE 10 /* Get card type */
#define MMC_GET_CSD 11 /* Get CSD */
#define MMC_GET_CID 12 /* Get CID */
#define MMC_GET_OCR 13 /* Get OCR */
#define MMC_GET_SDSTAT 14 /* Get SD status */
/* ATA/CF specific ioctl command */
#define ATA_GET_REV 20 /* Get F/W revision */
#define ATA_GET_MODEL 21 /* Get model name */
#define ATA_GET_SN 22 /* Get serial number */
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif
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/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ FatFs - FAT file system module include file R0.10c (C)ChaN, 2014
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ 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
/ developments under license policy of following terms.
/
/ Copyright (C) 2014, ChaN, all right reserved.
/
/ * The FatFs module is a free software and there is NO WARRANTY.
/ * 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 80376 /* Revision ID */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#include "integer.h" /* Basic integer types */
#include "ffconf.h" /* FatFs configuration options */
#if _FATFS != _FFCONF
#error Wrong configuration file (ffconf.h).
#endif
/* Definitions of volume management */
#if _MULTI_PARTITION /* Multiple partition configuration */
typedef struct {
BYTE pd; /* Physical drive number */
BYTE pt; /* Partition: 0:Auto detect, 1-4:Forced partition) */
} PARTITION;
extern PARTITION VolToPart[]; /* Volume - Partition resolution table */
#define LD2PD(vol) (VolToPart[vol].pd) /* Get physical drive number */
#define LD2PT(vol) (VolToPart[vol].pt) /* Get partition index */
#else /* Single partition configuration */
#define LD2PD(vol) (BYTE)(vol) /* Each logical drive is bound to the same physical drive number */
#define LD2PT(vol) 0 /* Find first valid partition or in SFD */
#endif
/* Type of path name strings on FatFs API */
#if _LFN_UNICODE /* Unicode string */
#if !_USE_LFN
#error _LFN_UNICODE must be 0 at non-LFN cfg.
#endif
#ifndef _INC_TCHAR
typedef WCHAR TCHAR;
#define _T(x) L ## x
#define _TEXT(x) L ## x
#endif
#else /* ANSI/OEM string */
#ifndef _INC_TCHAR
typedef char TCHAR;
#define _T(x) x
#define _TEXT(x) x
#endif
#endif
/* File system object structure (FATFS) */
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 or 2) */
BYTE wflag; /* win[] flag (b0:dirty) */
BYTE fsi_flag; /* FSINFO flags (b7:disabled, b0:dirty) */
WORD id; /* File system mount ID */
WORD n_rootdir; /* Number of root directory entries (FAT12/16) */
#if _MAX_SS != _MIN_SS
WORD ssize; /* Bytes per sector (512, 1024, 2048 or 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 */
#endif
#if _FS_RPATH
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 volbase; /* Volume start sector */
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 file data at tiny cfg) */
} FATFS;
/* File object structure (FIL) */
typedef struct {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the related file system object (**do not change order**) */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID (**do not change order**) */
BYTE flag; /* Status flags */
BYTE err; /* Abort flag (error code) */
DWORD fptr; /* File read/write pointer (Zeroed on file open) */
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
DWORD sclust; /* File start cluster (0:no cluster chain, always 0 when fsize is 0) */
DWORD clust; /* Current cluster of fpter (not valid when fprt is 0) */
DWORD dsect; /* Sector number appearing in buf[] (0:invalid) */
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD dir_sect; /* Sector number containing the directory entry */
BYTE* dir_ptr; /* Pointer to the directory entry in the win[] */
#endif
#if _USE_FASTSEEK
DWORD* cltbl; /* Pointer to the cluster link map table (Nulled on file open) */
#endif
#if _FS_LOCK
UINT lockid; /* File lock ID origin from 1 (index of file semaphore table Files[]) */
#endif
#if !_FS_TINY
BYTE buf[_MAX_SS]; /* File private data read/write window */
#endif
} FIL;
/* Directory object structure (DIR) */
typedef struct {
FATFS* fs; /* Pointer to the owner file system object (**do not change order**) */
WORD id; /* Owner file system mount ID (**do not change order**) */
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 _FS_LOCK
UINT lockid; /* File lock ID (index of file semaphore table Files[]) */
#endif
#if _USE_LFN
WCHAR* lfn; /* Pointer to the LFN working buffer */
WORD lfn_idx; /* Last matched LFN index number (0xFFFF:No LFN) */
#endif
} DIR;
/* File status structure (FILINFO) */
typedef struct {
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
WORD fdate; /* Last modified date */
WORD ftime; /* Last modified time */
BYTE fattrib; /* Attribute */