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diskio.cpp

00001 /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
00002 /* Low level disk I/O module skeleton for FatFs     (C)ChaN, 2007        */
00003 /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
00004 /* This is a stub disk I/O module that acts as front end of the existing */
00005 /* disk I/O modules and attach it to FatFs module with common interface. */
00006 /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
00007 #include "ffconf.h"
00008 #include "diskio.h"
00009 
00010 #include "mbed_debug.h"
00011 #include "FATFileSystem.h"
00012 
00013 using namespace mbed;
00014 
00015 DSTATUS disk_initialize (
00016     BYTE drv                /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
00017 ) 
00018 {
00019     debug_if(FFS_DBG, "disk_initialize on drv [%d]\n", drv);
00020     return (DSTATUS)FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_initialize();
00021 }
00022 
00023 DSTATUS disk_status (
00024     BYTE drv        /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
00025 ) 
00026 {
00027     debug_if(FFS_DBG, "disk_status on drv [%d]\n", drv);
00028     return (DSTATUS)FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_status();
00029 }
00030 
00031 DRESULT disk_read (
00032     BYTE drv,        /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
00033     BYTE *buff,        /* Data buffer to store read data */
00034     DWORD sector,    /* Sector address (LBA) */
00035     BYTE count        /* Number of sectors to read (1..255) */
00036 )
00037 {
00038     debug_if(FFS_DBG, "disk_read(sector %d, count %d) on drv [%d]\n", sector, count, drv);
00039     for(DWORD s=sector; s<sector+count; s++) {
00040         debug_if(FFS_DBG, " disk_read(sector %d)\n", s);
00041         int res = FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_read((uint8_t*)buff, s);
00042         if(res) {
00043             return RES_PARERR;
00044         }
00045         buff += 512;
00046     }
00047     return RES_OK;
00048 }
00049 
00050 #if _READONLY == 0
00051 DRESULT disk_write (
00052     BYTE drv,            /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
00053     const BYTE *buff,    /* Data to be written */
00054     DWORD sector,        /* Sector address (LBA) */
00055     BYTE count            /* Number of sectors to write (1..255) */
00056 )
00057 {
00058     debug_if(FFS_DBG, "disk_write(sector %d, count %d) on drv [%d]\n", sector, count, drv);
00059     for(DWORD s = sector; s < sector + count; s++) {
00060         debug_if(FFS_DBG, " disk_write(sector %d)\n", s);
00061         int res = FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_write((uint8_t*)buff, s);
00062         if(res) {
00063             return RES_PARERR;
00064         }
00065         buff += 512;
00066     }
00067     return RES_OK;
00068 }
00069 #endif /* _READONLY */
00070 
00071 DRESULT disk_ioctl (
00072     BYTE drv,        /* Physical drive nmuber (0..) */
00073     BYTE ctrl,        /* Control code */
00074     void *buff        /* Buffer to send/receive control data */
00075 )
00076 {
00077     debug_if(FFS_DBG, "disk_ioctl(%d)\n", ctrl);
00078     switch(ctrl) {
00079         case CTRL_SYNC:
00080             if(FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv] == NULL) {
00081                 return RES_NOTRDY;
00082             } else if(FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_sync()) {
00083                 return RES_ERROR;
00084             }
00085             return RES_OK;
00086         case GET_SECTOR_COUNT:
00087             if(FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv] == NULL) {
00088                 return RES_NOTRDY;
00089             } else {
00090                 DWORD res = FATFileSystem::_ffs[drv]->disk_sectors();
00091                 if(res > 0) {
00092                     *((DWORD*)buff) = res; // minimum allowed
00093                     return RES_OK;
00094                 } else {
00095                     return RES_ERROR;
00096                 }
00097             }
00098         case GET_BLOCK_SIZE:
00099             *((DWORD*)buff) = 1; // default when not known
00100             return RES_OK;
00101 
00102     }
00103     return RES_PARERR;
00104 }