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The major difference between FreeRTOS+FAT and FreeRTOS+FAT SL

Posted by nstcl on June 28, 2017

Hi I am using STM32F207 and Spansion S25FL128 as data stored area in board.There are two different projects in FreeRTOS website:FreeRTOS+FAT and FreeRTOS+FAT SL.I do not know the major difference between them.Which one is more suitable for me? Would you give me some advice? Thank you.

The major difference between FreeRTOS+FAT and FreeRTOS+FAT SL

Posted by rtel on June 28, 2017

The two products are not related to each other. The 'SL' in "FreeRTOS+FAT SL" stands for Super Lean. "FreeRTOS+FAT SL" prioritizes code size and RAM size over speed and functionality (for example, you can only have one file open at a time). "FreeRTOS+FAT" is a more fully featured product that is also faster, but has a larger code size and uses more RAM.

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