Command Line Parameter trailing backlash problem

I am currently working on a small console application which takes in a path name via the Command Line Parameters, parses the given path, and produces an XML file listing each folder and file. I am running the application as a Post Build event in Visual Studio, passing in the $(TargetDir) macro as; "c:Program FilesCreateUpdateXMLCreateUpdateXML.exe" [...]

By | 2012-09-25T11:23:00+00:00 September 25th, 2012|Bugs, File Access, VB.net, Visual Studio|0 Comments

Free FAT Calculator Online

In a couple of previous Blog’s I’ve described the FAT16 and FAT32 File Systems, and how to calculate the various elements. I’ve created a small Windows application to help you with finding the various elements. Feel free to download it here… http://www.pjgcreations.co.uk/FAT_Calculator_v1.zip It will calculate all the elements I’ve discussed in my previous blogs, as [...]

By | 2017-07-24T08:33:19+00:00 March 20th, 2011|Embedded C, FAT, File Access, SD Cards, VB.net|0 Comments

Moving from FAT16 (SD) to FAT32 (SDHC) – Part 2 – Addressing Differences

In a previous blog I discussed moving from a FAT16 based SD card to a FAT32 based SDHC card. In that blog I went through the differences in Initialisation procedures between the different SD Specification. In this blog I’ll detail the differences in Addressing schemes between the devices and the two File Systems. FAT32 Addressing [...]

By | 2017-07-24T08:33:19+00:00 March 18th, 2011|Embedded C, FAT, File Access, SD Cards|0 Comments

Moving from FAT16 (SD) to FAT32 (SDHC) – Part 1 – Initialisation

Technology moves fast, only 18 months ago, the 1GB SD card was very easy and affordable to purchase. Today, they’re like hen’s teeth, where the 2GB SD card has taken over this position in the market, of course a doubling of which “Mr Moore” would be happy with. Thus, It’s only natural to project that, [...]

By | 2017-07-24T08:33:19+00:00 March 18th, 2011|Embedded C, FAT, File Access, SD Cards|0 Comments