After I run my app., I'm able to see the shortcut to my generated ASCII file on the LCD on the dev. board, but I can't open it. The error msg. I get is: There is no application associated with x.txt. Run the application first, then open the file from within the application. I tried opening other files, and got the same msg. Using WinCE 6.0, VS2005. App on SD card placed in slot on board.
1) Why can't I open the file? I took integers in my code, used WideCharToMultiByte(), and should have written an ASCII file. Do generated data files have to be in Unicode only?
2) I'm using the "Sample" OS design that came with the dev. kit. Can't find anything in TI documents (BSP User's Guide or Quick Start Guide) that issue although they do talk about file systems. Do I need to check specific catalog items to enable that feature? Is there a Notepad for CE/Smart Devices app.? exFat, FAT, and Storage Manage Control are checked.
Thanks much for your help.
*** Added WordPad support in Platform Builder/CE BSP. That WORKED! Now can open files on SD card.
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