AFAIK there are no shrink wrapped solutions for updating files on a file system, so you get to create your own. You can either download a compressed archive (there are libraries supporting tar.gz on ESP32 and probably many others) and update your files by decompressing this archive. Or, alternatively you can also update the entire file system partition if you have the means of creating an image file. E.g. the SPIFFS includes a utility script spiffsgen.py which generates an image file, ready to be downloaded and flashed raw into the relevant partition using the SPI Flash API. Note that the progress pane indicated “Failed to leave flash mode”. That’s probably because the flashing program doesn’t have any way to bring the ESP8266 board out of programming mode. But it’s not really a problem provided the contents of the flash chip were rewritten.
We can use the same trick here to create a special “end of firmware” section and symbol. There’s more than one way to use the linker to stick binaries together — that’s its job after all.
You must run this tool from inside the directory it exists in. The kit is probably not far from compatibility, but easier to just install a linux VM. All of the many OpenWrt packages should work with OpenWrt images stock firmware and many
Specially for Windows users, it can be particularly painful and we don’t guarantee everything is going to work. I no longer have the working folder that was used to create it.
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