Writing FAT32 to SD-Card, Was: Re: Reading FAT in 6502; Was: Checking syntax...

Date: 2007-09-07 10:30:06

Quoting Marko Mäkelä <msmakela@gmail.com>:

> Hi Ruud,
> > > Then it wouldn't hurt either to use an existing file system ...
> > 
> > That is why I asked in a previous email if anyone has experience with
> > implemmenting a known FS in a self built suystem.
> I'd be interested too.  You know, I still haven't gotten around to
> writing that file system image generator for the VIC-20 all-in-one
> cartridge (32k RAM and 4MB Flash ROM).  Several years ago, I implemented
> in 6502 assembler a simple read-only file system that supports
> subdirectories.  I never got around to writing the file system image
> generator in C.  Okay, it'd only take a couple of weeks worth of
> evenings, but somehow I haven't been motivated enough.
> Some time ago, I come across some writings about the C64DTV.  It
> contains some file system implementation, but apparently it is not
> available under an OSI-approved license.  However, according to
> this German forum thread, there is a read-only FAT implementation
> for the C-One:
> http://www.forum64.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=4939
> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/c1boot/bigboot-alpha/

Thank you for the clue, I am interested too, I am the owner of a MMC cartridge 
which can read and write to SD-Cards up to 4GB, but the writing algorithm has 
not been implemented yet, and would have to be Fat32-compatible to make any 
Anyone knows where to get something like this, by the way?


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