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#define MFSCFG_MINIMUM_FOOTPRINT 1 -  when can I consider small a memory device ?

Question asked by ShinjiIkari on May 5, 2010
Latest reply on May 10, 2010 by ShinjiIkari

Hi,

reading MQXMFSUG.pdf I see this comment:

 

#define MFSCFG_MINIMUM_FOOTPRINT 1
— Set to one to build MFS for small-memory devices, zero otherwise.

 

In my application I need saving and loading data on a mass storage device but now in the market there are pen drive up 16 GB. When can I use MFSCFG_MINIMUM_FOOTPRINT? Can I use for every pen drive #define FSCFG_MINIMUM_FOOTPRINT 0 ?

 

Thanks.

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