Add the basics for a high level IsoFS class. I have no proof that it currently

works correctly.
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Dave 2007-04-13 20:45:03 +00:00
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import core
import defines
import os.path
def _wrap_volume_property(var_name, core_setter):
def get(self):
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volume_id, publisher_id, data_preparer_id)
self._volset = core.iso_volset_new(self._volume, volume_id)
def __del__(self):
volume_id = _wrap_volume_property(
'_volume_id', core.iso_volume_set_volume_id)
publisher_id = _wrap_volume_property(
'_publisher_id', core.iso_volume_set_publisher_id)
data_preparer_id = _wrap_volume_property(
'_data_preparer_id', core.iso_volume_set_data_preparer_id)
def add(self, disc_path, path, exclude=None): #, make_parents=False):
disc_path = os.path.normpath(disc_path)
path = os.path.abspath(os.path.normpath(path))
exclude = exclude or []
# Does the disc parent exist?
disc_parent, _ = os.path.split(disc_path)
if not core.iso_tree_volume_path_to_node(self._volume, disc_parent):
print "No such parent"
return # TODO: Raise exception and/or create all missing
# parents.
# Flush all ignores that may have stayed over.
for exclude_path in exclude:
core.iso_tree_volume_add_path(self._volume, disc_path, path)
def display(self):
root = core.iso_volume_get_root(self._volume)
core.iso_tree_print(root, 0)