I tested a few more cards and one of them turned out to be horribly slow in the restore phase (a C4 8GB Toshiba). That card performs according to its specs when benchmarking, but is really slow when small files are written on it (restoration takes several minutes).
Did you use regular or low level format?
I suspect that short files plus FAT updates kill performance on these unfortunate cards.Fortunately, users with such cards will at least see the progress on screen and will probably not resort to shut down the camera.
One other note: exmem_ualloc and exmem_ufree aren't found on the Digic 7 EOS M cameras (m5, m6, m100). They are found on g7x2This doesn't matter, I just happened to notice when rebuilding my finsig_thumb2 test firmwares.
It should be possible to make a single-file self installer that has all the files (...) built into the binary.
1) It can't handle formatting / partitioning, so the FAT32 / exFAT limits would still apply.
2) While you can technically upload with regular PTP, convincing normal software to do it may be difficult or impossible. On windows, requiring the user to install libusb and chkdptp would defeat the purpose.
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