|Description:||SD card driver library|
- Read and write data operations on SD cards using either the SPI interface or native 4bit interface
- Port of FatFS - FAT file system module R0.09 (C)ChaN, 2011 (http://elm-chan.org/fsw/ff/00index_e.html).
- Beware: FAT with long file names may be covered by various patents (in particular those held by Microsoft). Use of this code may require licensing from the patent holders
- Beware: 4bit SD protocol is subject to petents of the SD Association. When enabled on commercial products a license may be required. (see: https://www.sdcard.org/developers/howto/ )
- Benchmark with 4bit interface multiblock read speed is about 4MBytes/sec. 1.2MBytes/sec with SPI.
- Initialization at low clock speed (400KHz max) for the 4bit interface.
- Test with SDXC card, SD physical layer ver 1.0 compliant card and MMC card (currently supported only with SPI interface).
- support for MMC/eMMC at 4 and 8bit bus.
- Date/Time function for files timestamp returning real date/time.
This module provides functions to initialize SD cards, read and write data. To enable the 4bit SD native bus interface functions it is necessary to uncomment the "//#define BUS_MODE_4BIT" in the "module_FatFs/src/diskio.h". Resources (ports and clock blocks) used for the interface need to be specified in either "module_sdcardSPI/SDCardHostSPI.xc" or "module_sdcard4bit/SDCardHost4bit.xc" in the initialization of the SDif structure. If you run it in a core other than XS1_G you need pull-up resistor for miso line (if in spi mode) or Cmd line and D0(=Dat port bit 3) line (if in 4bit bus mode)
- Initialization for the 4bit protocol not done at correct clock speed of 400KHz maximum.
- xcommon firstname.lastname@example.org:xcore/xcommon.git
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