Changed term "persistent address" to "device file address"

1.1.8
Thomas Schmitt 11 years ago
parent 02255c89be
commit 3862b8d339
  1. 2
      cdrskin/cdrskin_timestamp.h
  2. 40
      libburn/libburn.h

@ -1 +1 @@
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2011.10.09.162355"
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2011.10.10.125950"

@ -561,9 +561,9 @@ struct burn_drive_info
char revision[5];
/** Invalid: Was: "Location of the drive in the filesystem." */
/** This string has no meaning any more. Once it stored the persistent
drive address. Now always use function burn_drive_d_get_adr() to
inquire a persistent address. ^^^^^^ ALWAYS ^^^^^^^^ */
/** This string has no meaning any more. Once it stored the drive
device file address. Now always use function burn_drive_d_get_adr()
to inquire a device file address. ^^^^^ ALWAYS ^^^^^^^*/
char location[17];
/** Can the drive read DVD-RAM discs */
@ -840,7 +840,7 @@ void burn_allow_untested_profiles(int yes);
/* ts A60823 */
/** Aquire a drive with known persistent address.
/** Aquire a drive with known device file address.
This is the sysadmin friendly way to open one drive and to leave all
others untouched. It bundles the following API calls to form a
@ -912,7 +912,7 @@ void burn_allow_untested_profiles(int yes);
when it is no longer needed.
This is a result from call burn_drive_scan(). See there.
Use with driveno 0 only.
@param adr The persistent address of the desired drive. Either once
@param adr The device file address of the desired drive. Either once
obtained by burn_drive_d_get_adr() or composed skillfully by
application resp. its user. E.g. "/dev/sr0".
Consider to preprocess it by burn_drive_convert_fs_adr().
@ -994,25 +994,25 @@ void burn_drive_info_free(struct burn_drive_info drive_infos[]);
/* ts A60823 */
/* @since 0.2.2 */
/** Maximum length+1 to expect with a persistent drive address string */
/** Maximum length+1 to expect with a drive device file address string */
#define BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN 1024
/* ts A70906 */
/** Inquire the persistent address of the given drive.
/** Inquire the device file address of the given drive.
@param drive The drive to inquire.
@param adr An application provided array of at least BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN
characters size. The persistent address gets copied to it.
characters size. The device file address gets copied to it.
@return >0 success , <=0 error (due to libburn internal problem)
@since 0.4.0
*/
int burn_drive_d_get_adr(struct burn_drive *drive, char adr[]);
/* A60823 */
/** Inquire the persistent address of a drive via a given drive_info object.
/** Inquire the device file address of a drive via a given drive_info object.
(Note: This is a legacy call.)
@param drive_info The drive to inquire.Usually some &(drive_infos[driveno])
@param adr An application provided array of at least BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN
characters size. The persistent address gets copied to it.
characters size. The device file address gets copied to it.
@return >0 success , <=0 error (due to libburn internal problem)
@since 0.2.6
*/
@ -1020,21 +1020,23 @@ int burn_drive_get_adr(struct burn_drive_info *drive_info, char adr[]);
/* ts A60922 ticket 33 */
/** Evaluate whether the given address would be a possible persistent drive
address of libburn.
/** Evaluate whether the given address would be a drive device file address
which could be listed by a run of burn_drive_scan(). No check is made
whether a device file with this address exists or whether it leads
to a usable MMC drive.
@return 1 means yes, 0 means no
@since 0.2.6
*/
int burn_drive_is_enumerable_adr(char *adr);
/* ts A60922 ticket 33 */
/** Try to convert a given existing filesystem address into a persistent drive
/** Try to convert a given existing filesystem address into a drive device file
address. This succeeds with symbolic links or if a hint about the drive's
system address can be read from the filesystem object and a matching drive
is found.
@param path The address of an existing file system object
@param adr An application provided array of at least BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN
characters size. The persistent address gets copied to it.
characters size. The device file address gets copied to it.
@return 1 = success , 0 = failure , -1 = severe error
@since 0.2.6
*/
@ -1042,7 +1044,7 @@ int burn_drive_convert_fs_adr(char *path, char adr[]);
/* ts A60923 */
/** Try to convert a given SCSI address of bus,host,channel,target,lun into
a persistent drive address. If a SCSI address component parameter is < 0
a drive device file address. If a SCSI address component parameter is < 0
then it is not decisive and the first enumerated address which matches
the >= 0 parameters is taken as result.
Note: bus and (host,channel) are supposed to be redundant.
@ -1052,7 +1054,7 @@ int burn_drive_convert_fs_adr(char *path, char adr[]);
@param target_no "Target Number" or "SCSI Id" (a device)
@param lun_no "Logical Unit Number" (a sub device)
@param adr An application provided array of at least BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN
characters size. The persistent address gets copied to it.
characters size. The device file address gets copied to it.
@return 1 = success , 0 = failure , -1 = severe error
@since 0.2.6
*/
@ -1060,7 +1062,7 @@ int burn_drive_convert_scsi_adr(int bus_no, int host_no, int channel_no,
int target_no, int lun_no, char adr[]);
/* ts B10728 */
/** Try to convert a given persistent drive address into the address of a
/** Try to convert a given drive device file address into the address of a
symbolic link that points to this drive address.
Modern GNU/Linux systems may shuffle drive addresses from boot to boot.
The udev daemon is supposed to create links which always point to the
@ -1094,8 +1096,8 @@ int burn_lookup_device_link(char *dev_adr, char link_adr[],
/* ts A60923 - A61005 */
/** Try to obtain bus,host,channel,target,lun from path. If there is an SCSI
address at all, then this call should succeed with a persistent
drive address obtained via burn_drive_d_get_adr(). It is also supposed to
address at all, then this call should succeed with a drive device file
address obtained via burn_drive_d_get_adr(). It is also supposed to
succeed with any device file of a (possibly emulated) SCSI device.
@return 1 = success , 0 = failure , -1 = severe error
@since 0.2.6

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