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pffconf.h
1 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
2 / Petit FatFs - Configuration file R0.03 (C)ChaN, 2014
3 /---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
4 
5 #ifndef _PFFCONF
6 #define _PFFCONF 4004 /* Revision ID */
7 
8 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
9 / Function Configurations
10 /---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
11 
12 #define _USE_READ 1 /* Enable pf_read() function */
13 #define _USE_DIR GFILE_NEED_FILELISTS /* Enable pf_opendir() and pf_readdir() function */
14 #define _USE_LSEEK 1 /* Enable pf_lseek() function */
15 #define _USE_WRITE 0 /* Enable pf_write() function */
16 
17 #define _FS_FAT12 0 /* Enable FAT12 */
18 #define _FS_FAT16 1 /* Enable FAT16 */
19 #define _FS_FAT32 1 /* Enable FAT32 */
20 
21 
22 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
23 / Locale and Namespace Configurations
24 /---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
25 
26 #define _USE_LCC 0 /* Allow lower case characters for path name */
27 
28 #define _CODE_PAGE 437
29 /* The _CODE_PAGE specifies the code page to be used on the target system.
30 / SBCS code pages with _USE_LCC == 1 requiers a 128 byte of case conversion
31 / table. This might occupy RAM on some platforms, e.g. avr-gcc.
32 / When _USE_LCC == 0, _CODE_PAGE has no effect.
33 /
34 / 932 - Japanese Shift_JIS (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
35 / 936 - Simplified Chinese GBK (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
36 / 949 - Korean (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
37 / 950 - Traditional Chinese Big5 (DBCS, OEM, Windows)
38 / 1250 - Central Europe (Windows)
39 / 1251 - Cyrillic (Windows)
40 / 1252 - Latin 1 (Windows)
41 / 1253 - Greek (Windows)
42 / 1254 - Turkish (Windows)
43 / 1255 - Hebrew (Windows)
44 / 1256 - Arabic (Windows)
45 / 1257 - Baltic (Windows)
46 / 1258 - Vietnam (OEM, Windows)
47 / 437 - U.S. (OEM)
48 / 720 - Arabic (OEM)
49 / 737 - Greek (OEM)
50 / 775 - Baltic (OEM)
51 / 850 - Multilingual Latin 1 (OEM)
52 / 858 - Multilingual Latin 1 + Euro (OEM)
53 / 852 - Latin 2 (OEM)
54 / 855 - Cyrillic (OEM)
55 / 866 - Russian (OEM)
56 / 857 - Turkish (OEM)
57 / 862 - Hebrew (OEM)
58 / 874 - Thai (OEM, Windows)
59 */
60 
61 
62 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------/
63 / System Configurations
64 /---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
65 
66 #define _WORD_ACCESS 0
67 /* The _WORD_ACCESS option is an only platform dependent option. It defines
68 / which access method is used to the word data on the FAT volume.
69 /
70 / 0: Byte-by-byte access. Always compatible with all platforms.
71 / 1: Word access. Do not choose this unless under both the following conditions.
72 /
73 / * Address misaligned memory access is always allowed for ALL instructions.
74 / * Byte order on the memory is little-endian.
75 /
76 / If it is the case, _WORD_ACCESS can also be set to 1 to improve performance and
77 / reduce code size. Following table shows an example of some processor types.
78 /
79 / ARM7TDMI 0 ColdFire 0 V850E 0
80 / Cortex-M3 0 Z80 0/1 V850ES 0/1
81 / Cortex-M0 0 RX600(LE) 0/1 TLCS-870 0/1
82 / AVR 0/1 RX600(BE) 0 TLCS-900 0/1
83 / AVR32 0 RL78 0 R32C 0
84 / PIC18 0/1 SH-2 0 M16C 0/1
85 / PIC24 0 H8S 0 MSP430 0
86 / PIC32 0 H8/300H 0 x86 0/1
87 */
88 
89 #endif /* _PFFCONF */