LittleFileSystem: A fail-safe file system designed for embedded systems, specifically for microcontrollers that use external flash storage.
BlockDevice (block-based storage) APIs
BlockDevice: An interface for access to block-based storage such as SD cards, spinning disks and heap backed storage.
BufferedBlockDevice: A block device adpator that reduces the read and program sizes of the underlying block device to 1.
ChainingBlockDevice: Chain together multiple block devices and interact with the chained block devices as if they were a single block device of size equal to the sum of each substorage unit.
DataFlashBlockDevice: A driver for serial flash devices that supports the Atmel DataFlash protocol, such as the Adesto AT45DB series of devices.
FlashIAPBlockDevice: A block device driver built on top of the FlashIAP API for use where the FlashIAP implementation uses external flash or in conjunction with a file system with wear leveling, that can operate on a page size granularity.
FlashSimBlockDevice: A block device adapator that simulates the behavior of a flash component if the underlying block device doesn't support such a behavior.
HeapBlockDevice: Simulate block devices for software development or testing.
MBRBlockDevice: Manage a Master Boot Record (MBR) on a storage device, which allows you to partition the device.
ProfilingBlockDevice: A decorator for an existing block device object to log reads, writes and erases.
QSPIFBlockDevice: A block device driver for NOR-based QSPI Flash devices that support the SFDP standard.
SDBlockDevice: Read and write data to flash storage cards using the standard POSIX File API programming interface.
SlicingBlockDevice: Break up a block device into subunits without the need to manually track offsets. The SlicingBlockDevice acts as an opposite of the ChainingBlockDevice class.
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