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#1 2008-09-06 17:51:25

Moby Disk
Registered: 2007-04-16
Posts: 8

Writing files

If a program write to a file from within Desmume, using DLDI, the file seems to be read/written, but it never actually writes the data to disk.  I assume this is intentional, but there are times that I would like to be able to see what was written.  Is there any kind of flag I can pass to desmume to say "don't fake-out the IO for me - just do it for real?"


#2 2009-01-09 22:39:42

Registered: 2007-08-03
Posts: 17

Re: Writing files

Moby, are you using a CFLASH image? I have been able to write files that way on particular platforms -- that is, running on Ubuntu with a binary built from source. No luck on OS X and haven't tried on XP.
Is fopen() returning success but you don't get a file?


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