Hi there, I'm trying to adapt a C code wrote for an ATMEL uC to my MCF51CN128 ColdFire. The code was made to read an SD Card whose data is written like little Indians, in a word field the first byte correspond to the lower byte of this word. For example, if I read from the memory 0xE7, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 (in this order) it means 0x000000E7 long word. When I read the SD card from SPI interface, I fill a buffer with the same structure.
The code use struct format to identify diferent kind of fields and word on the complete buffer, like this:
//Structure to access Master Boot Record for getting info about partioions
unsigned char nothing ; //ignore, placed here to fill the gap in the structure
unsigned char partitionData ; //partition records (16x4)
unsigned int signature; //0xaa55
In my first try I realized that in the signature struct, defined like above, it don't represented the right data so I change the definition like this,
unsigned short int signature; //0xaa55
in order to take just 2 bytes to make the int word, but, and naw my problem, when the uC read this data it read like 0x55AA (like is stored) when it have to take 0xAA55.
Why in the ATMEL code the data are correctly interpreted? It don't have any extra code to change the data format.
mbr = (struct MBRinfo_Structure *) buffer; //if it is not boot sector, it must be MBR
if(mbr->signature != 0xaa55) return 1; //if it is not even MBR then it's not FAT32
How I can solve this problem?
Thanks for your time.