Commit bad546fc authored by Reto Da Forno's avatar Reto Da Forno
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DPP2 demo added (copy from internal repo)

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<name>DPP2_MSP432_Demo</name>
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/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------
/ Low level disk interface modlue include file (C)ChaN, 2009
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef _DISKIO
#define _DISKIO
#include "../sdcardlib.h"
#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 */
void disk_initCallBack(SDCardLib_Interface *interface);
int assign_drives (int, int);
DSTATUS disk_initialize (BYTE);
DSTATUS disk_status (BYTE);
DRESULT disk_read (BYTE, BYTE*, DWORD, BYTE);
DRESULT disk_write (BYTE, const BYTE*, DWORD, BYTE);
DRESULT disk_ioctl (BYTE, BYTE, void*);
DSTATUS detectCard(void);
/* 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 (mandatory for FatFs) */
#define CTRL_SYNC 0 /* Flush disk cache (for write functions) */
#define GET_SECTOR_COUNT 1 /* Get media size (for only f_mkfs()) */
#define GET_SECTOR_SIZE 2 /* Get sector size (for multiple sector size (_MAX_SS >= 1024)) */
#define GET_BLOCK_SIZE 3 /* Get erase block size (for only f_mkfs()) */
#endif
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/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ FatFs - FAT file system module include file R0.08b (C)ChaN, 2011
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ 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 trems.
/
/ Copyright (C) 2011, 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 8237 /* 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 */
#define LD2PD(vol) (VolToPart[vol].pd) /* Get physical drive# */
#define LD2PT(vol) (VolToPart[vol].pt) /* Get partition# */
typedef struct {
BYTE pd; /* Physical drive# */
BYTE pt; /* Partition # (0-3) */
} PARTITION;
extern const PARTITION VolToPart[]; /* Volume - Physical location resolution table */
#else /* Single partition configuration */
#define LD2PD(vol) (vol) /* Logical drive# is bound to the same physical drive# */
#define LD2PT(vol) 0 /* Always mounts the 1st partition */
#endif
/* Type of path name strings on FatFs API */
#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 /* 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 (1,2) */
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 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 (FAT32) */
#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 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) */
} FATFS;
/* File object structure (FIL) */
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 (0 on file open) */
DWORD fsize; /* File size */
DWORD sclust; /* File start cluster (0 when fsize==0) */
DWORD 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 _USE_FASTSEEK
DWORD* cltbl; /* Pointer to the cluster link map table (null on file open) */
#endif
#if _FS_SHARE
UINT lockid; /* File lock ID (index of file semaphore table) */
#endif
#if !_FS_TINY
BYTE buf[_MAX_SS]; /* File data read/write buffer */
#endif
} FIL;
/* Directory object structure (DIRS) */
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
} DIRS;
/* File status structure (FILINFO) */
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
TCHAR* lfname; /* Pointer to the LFN buffer */
UINT lfsize; /* Size of LFN buffer in TCHAR */
#endif
} FILINFO;
/* File function return code (FRESULT) */
typedef enum {
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;
/*--------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* FatFs module application interface */
FRESULT f_mount (BYTE, FATFS*); /* Mount/Unmount a logical drive */
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_lseek (FIL*, DWORD); /* Move file pointer of a file object */
FRESULT f_close (FIL*); /* Close an open file object */
FRESULT f_opendir (DIRS*, const TCHAR*); /* Open an existing directory */
FRESULT f_readdir (DIRS*, FILINFO*); /* Read a directory item */
FRESULT f_stat (const TCHAR*, FILINFO*); /* Get file status */
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 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 */
FRESULT f_forward (FIL*, UINT(*)(const BYTE*,UINT), UINT, UINT*); /* Forward data to the stream */
FRESULT f_mkfs (BYTE, BYTE, UINT); /* Create a file system on the drive */
FRESULT f_chdrive (BYTE); /* Change current drive */
FRESULT f_chdir (const TCHAR*); /* Change current directory */
FRESULT f_getcwd (TCHAR*, UINT); /* Get current directory */
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 */
#ifndef EOF
#define EOF (-1)
#endif
#define f_eof(fp) (((fp)->fptr == (fp)->fsize) ? 1 : 0)
#define f_error(fp) (((fp)->flag & FA__ERROR) ? 1 : 0)
#define f_tell(fp) ((fp)->fptr)
#define f_size(fp) ((fp)->fsize)
/*--------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Additional user defined functions */
/* RTC function */
#if !_FS_READONLY
DWORD get_fattime (void);
#endif
/* 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
int ff_cre_syncobj (BYTE, _SYNC_t*);/* Create a sync object */
int ff_req_grant (_SYNC_t); /* Lock sync object */
void ff_rel_grant (_SYNC_t); /* Unlock sync object */
int ff_del_syncobj (_SYNC_t); /* Delete a sync object */
#endif
/*--------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Flags and offset address */
/* File access control and file status flags (FIL.flag) */
#define FA_READ 0x01
#define FA_OPEN_EXISTING 0x00
#define FA__ERROR 0x80
#if !_FS_READONLY
#define FA_WRITE 0x02
#define FA_CREATE_NEW 0x04
#define FA_CREATE_ALWAYS 0x08
#define FA_OPEN_ALWAYS 0x10
#define FA__WRITTEN 0x20
#define FA__DIRTY 0x40
#endif
/* FAT sub type (FATFS.fs_type) */
#define FS_FAT12 1
#define FS_FAT16 2
#define FS_FAT32 3
/* File attribute bits for directory entry */
#define AM_RDO 0x01 /* Read only */
#define AM_HID 0x02 /* Hidden */
#define AM_SYS 0x04 /* System */
#define AM_VOL 0x08 /* Volume label */
#define AM_LFN 0x0F /* LFN entry */
#define AM_DIR 0x10 /* Directory */
#define AM_ARC 0x20 /* Archive */
#define AM_MASK 0x3F /* Mask of defined bits */
/* Fast seek function */
#define CREATE_LINKMAP 0xFFFFFFFF
/*--------------------------------*/
/* Multi-byte word access macros */
#if _WORD_ACCESS == 1 /* Enable word access to the FAT structure */
#define LD_WORD(ptr) (WORD)(*(WORD*)(BYTE*)(ptr))
#define LD_DWORD(ptr) (DWORD)(*(DWORD*)(BYTE*)(ptr))
#define ST_WORD(ptr,val) *(WORD*)(BYTE*)(ptr)=(WORD)(val)
#define ST_DWORD(ptr,val) *(DWORD*)(BYTE*)(ptr)=(DWORD)(val)
#else /* Use byte-by-byte access to the FAT structure */
#define LD_WORD(ptr) (WORD)(((WORD)*((BYTE*)(ptr)+1)<<8)|(WORD)*(BYTE*)(ptr))
#define LD_DWORD(ptr) (DWORD)(((DWORD)*((BYTE*)(ptr)+3)<<24)|((DWORD)*((BYTE*)(ptr)+2)<<16)|((WORD)*((BYTE*)(ptr)+1)<<8)|*(BYTE*)(ptr))
#define ST_WORD(ptr,val) *(BYTE*)(ptr)=(BYTE)(val); *((BYTE*)(ptr)+1)=(BYTE)((WORD)(val)>>8)
#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 R0.08b (C)ChaN, 2011
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/
/ CAUTION! Do not forget to make clean the project after any changes to
/ the configuration options.
/
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#ifndef _FFCONF
#define _FFCONF 8237 /* Revision ID */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ Function and Buffer Configurations
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define _FS_TINY 0 /* 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: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. */
#define _FS_MINIMIZE 0 /* 0 to 3 */
/* The _FS_MINIMIZE option defines minimization level to remove some functions.
/
/ 0: Full function.
/ 1: f_stat, f_getfree, f_unlink, f_mkdir, f_chmod, f_truncate and f_rename
/ are removed.
/ 2: f_opendir and f_readdir are removed in addition to 1.
/ 3: f_lseek is removed in addition to 2. */
#define _USE_STRFUNC 2 /* 0:Disable or 1/2:Enable */
/* To enable string functions, set _USE_STRFUNC to 1 or 2. */
#define _USE_MKFS 1 /* 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: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
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define _CODE_PAGE 1252
/* The _CODE_PAGE specifies the OEM code page to be used on the target system.
/ Incorrect setting of the code page can cause a file open failure.
/
/ 932 - Japanese Shift-JIS (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
/ 936 - Simplified Chinese GBK (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
/ 949 - Korean (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
/ 950 - Traditional Chinese Big5 (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
/ 1250 - Central Europe (Windows)
/ 1251 - Cyrillic (Windows)
/ 1252 - Latin 1 (Windows)
/ 1253 - Greek (Windows)
/ 1254 - Turkish (Windows)
/ 1255 - Hebrew (Windows)
/ 1256 - Arabic (Windows)
/ 1257 - Baltic (Windows)
/ 1258 - Vietnam (OEM, Windows)
/ 437 - U.S. (OEM)
/ 720 - Arabic (OEM)
/ 737 - Greek (OEM)
/ 775 - Baltic (OEM)
/ 850 - Multilingual Latin 1 (OEM)
/ 858 - Multilingual Latin 1 + Euro (OEM)
/ 852 - Latin 2 (OEM)
/ 855 - Cyrillic (OEM)
/ 866 - Russian (OEM)
/ 857 - Turkish (OEM)
/ 862 - Hebrew (OEM)
/ 874 - Thai (OEM, Windows)
/ 1 - ASCII only (Valid for non LFN cfg.)
*/
#define _USE_LFN 0 /* 0 to 3 */
#define _MAX_LFN 255 /* Maximum LFN length to handle (12 to 255) */
/* The _USE_LFN option switches the LFN support.
/
/ 0: Disable LFN feature. _MAX_LFN and _LFN_UNICODE have no effect.
/ 1: Enable LFN with static working buffer on the BSS. Always NOT reentrant.
/ 2: Enable LFN with dynamic working buffer on the STACK.
/ 3: Enable LFN with dynamic working buffer on the HEAP.
/
/ The LFN working buffer occupies (_MAX_LFN + 1) * 2 bytes. To enable LFN,
/ Unicode handling functions ff_convert() and ff_wtoupper() must be added
/ to the project. When enable to use heap, memory control functions
/ ff_memalloc() and ff_memfree() must be added to the project. */
#define _LFN_UNICODE 0 /* 0:ANSI/OEM or 1:Unicode */
/* To switch the character code set on FatFs API to Unicode,
/ enable LFN feature and set _LFN_UNICODE to 1. */
#define _FS_RPATH 0 /* 0 to 2 */
/* The _FS_RPATH option configures relative path feature.
/
/ 0: Disable relative path feature and remove related functions.
/ 1: Enable relative path. f_chdrive() and f_chdir() are available.
/ 2: f_getcwd() is available in addition to 1.
/
/ Note that output of the f_readdir fnction is affected by this option. */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ Physical Drive Configurations
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define _VOLUMES 1
/* Number of volumes (logical drives) to be used. */
#define _MAX_SS 512 /* 512, 1024, 2048 or 4096 */
/* Maximum sector size to be handled.
/ Always set 512 for memory card and hard disk but a larger value may be
/ required for on-board flash memory, floppy disk and optical disk.
/ When _MAX_SS is larger than 512, it configures FatFs to variable sector size
/ and GET_SECTOR_SIZE command must be implememted to the disk_ioctl function. */
#define _MULTI_PARTITION 0 /* 0:Single partition or 1:Multiple partition */
/* When set to 0, each volume is bound to the same physical drive number and
/ it can mount only first primaly partition. When it is set to 1, each volume
/ is tied to the partitions listed in VolToPart[]. */
#define _USE_ERASE 0 /* 0:Disable or 1:Enable */
/* To enable sector erase feature, set _USE_ERASE to 1. CTRL_ERASE_SECTOR command
/ should be added to the disk_ioctl functio. */
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
/ System Configurations
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define _WORD_ACCESS 0 /* 0 or 1 */
/* Set 0 first and it is always compatible with all platforms. The _WORD_ACCESS
/ option defines which access method is used to the word data on the FAT volume.
/
/ 0: Byte-by-byte access.
/ 1: Word access. Do not choose this unless following condition is met.
/
/ When the byte order on the memory is big-endian or address miss-aligned word
/ access results incorrect behavior, the _WORD_ACCESS must be set to 0.
/ If it is not the case, the value can also be set to 1 to improve the
/ performance and code size. */