makerom [options] files ... >;output.c
[--files fileList] [--name struct-name] [--mount mount-point] [--strip
To enable files to be accessed on embedded systems without a file system,
the makerom command converts arbitrary files into C code that can be
compiled and linked into a program. This is useful for applications that
must execute completely from ROM and not access a file system. This
facility can also enhance security by preventing the modification of
The MPR portable runtime provides routines which can then read these
files much as you would read any file on disk.
Option to provide a list of files that should be converted.
Specifies a mount point for the rom file system. This defaults to
Specifies the name of top level C structure that holds the
Specifies a filename prefix to strip from the start of each file
This example will create a list of web files and then convert these files
into C structures in the file romFiles.c.
find web -type f -print >;fileList
makerom --files filelist >;romFiles.c
cc -o romFiles.o romFiles.c
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