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Code size for USB host Boot-loader

Question asked by page.gavin on Aug 7, 2013
Latest reply on Aug 8, 2013 by page.gavin
I am about to write a boot-loader for an STM32F205 and I have been looking at the MSC example. When compiled this is 26kbytes in size. Does anyone know if this is typical or if there is any way of reducing this to get a boot-loader in Sector 0 of the device. I have looked for code size information but have not managed to find anything.
I have check the FATFS file system attached and can reduce the code size by reducing it's functionality to read-only and reducing the instruction set.