30 May '16, 3pm

New version of FAT32 library adds support for long file names (LFN)

New version of FAT32 library adds support for long file names (LFN)

New version of FAT32 library adds support for long file names (LFN) by Srdjan Misic | May 30, 2016 Our software team published a version 3.0 of the FAT32 library on Libstock . The new version of the library adds support for long file names. Prior to this release, file names could take a maximum of 8 characters, plus 3 for extensions. The long file name support in the recently released version 3.0 allows you to make your file and folder names as long as necessary. Other core functionalities remain intact . The FAT32 library allows you to open, read, write, rename, delete files, check their availability, perform multiple file operations, and manipulate file cursors. Swap file creation with sector-level and file-level access is also supported. Directory features include creating, renaming and deleting directories, as well as listing folder contents. MMC and SD card formats ar...

Full article: http://www.mikroe.com/news/view/1248/new-version-of-fat32...

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