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New blank subtypes format_defectmgt_cert_[on|off], on is default

ZeroFourSix
Thomas Schmitt 14 years ago
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  1. 48
      cdrskin/cdrskin.1
  2. 16
      cdrskin/cdrskin.c
  3. 2
      cdrskin/cdrskin_timestamp.h

48
cdrskin/cdrskin.1

@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "April 25, 2008"
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "April 26, 2008"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -364,10 +364,24 @@ fast
Minimally blank an entire CD-RW or blank an unformatted DVD-RW.
(See also --prodvd_cli_compatible, --grow_overwriteable_iso)
.TP
deformat_sequential
Like blank=all but with the additional ability to blank overwriteable DVD-RW.
This will destroy their formatting and make them sequentially recordable.
Another peculiarity is the ability to blank media which appear already blank.
This is similar to option -force but does not try to blank media other than
recognizable CD-RW and DVD-RW.
.br
(Note: blank=deformat_* are not original cdrecord options.)
.TP
deformat_sequential_quickest
Like blank=deformat_sequential but blanking DVD-RW only minimally.
This is faster than full blanking but may yield media incapable of
Incremental Streaming (-tao).
.TP
format_overwrite
Format a DVD-RW to "Restricted Overwrite". The user should bring some patience.
.br
(Note: blank=format_overwrite* are not original cdrecord options.)
(Note: blank=format_* are not original cdrecord options.)
.TP
format_overwrite_quickest
Like format_overwrite without creating a 128 MiB trailblazer session.
@ -396,6 +410,22 @@ The following format_defectmgt_* allow to submit user wishes which
nevertheless have to match one of the available formats. These formats are
offered by the drive after examining the media.
.TP
format_defectmgt_cert_off
Disable the usual media quality certification in order to save time and
format to default size.
The certification setting persists even if subsequent blank= options override
the size of the format selection.
.br
Whether formatting without certification works properly depends much on the
drive. One should check the "Format status:" from --list_formats afterwards.
.TP
format_defectmgt_cert_on
Re-enable the usual media quality certification and format to default size.
The certification setting persists like with format_defectmgt_cert_off.
.br
Whether there happens certification at all depends much on the media state
and the actually selected format descriptor.
.TP
format_defectmgt_max
Format DVD-RAM or BD-RE to reserve a maximum number of spare blocks.
.TP
@ -422,20 +452,6 @@ The numbers after text "Format idx" are the ones to be used with
format_by_index_. Format descriptor lists are volatile. Do neither eject
nor write the media between the run of --list_formats and the run of
blank=format_by_index_ or else you may get a different format than desired.
.TP
deformat_sequential
Like blank=all but with the additional ability to blank overwriteable DVD-RW.
This will destroy their formatting and make them sequentially recordable.
Another peculiarity is the ability to blank media which appear already blank.
This is similar to option -force but does not try to blank media other than
recognizable CD-RW and DVD-RW.
.br
(Note: blank=deformat_sequential* are not original cdrecord options.)
.TP
deformat_sequential_quickest
Like blank=deformat_sequential but blanking DVD-RW only minimally.
This is faster than full blanking but may yield media incapable of
Incremental Streaming (-tao).
.RE
.TP
.BI \-checkdrive

16
cdrskin/cdrskin.c

@ -2399,6 +2399,8 @@ return:
"\tformat_overwrite_full\t\tfull-size format a DVD-RW or DVD+RW\n");
fprintf(stderr,
"\tformat_defectmgt[_max|_min|_none]\tformat DVD-RAM or BD-RE\n");
fprintf(stderr,
"\tformat_defectmgt[_cert_on|_cert_off]\tcertification slow|quick\n");
fprintf(stderr,
"\tformat_defectmgt_payload_<size>\tformat DVD-RAM or BD-RE\n");
fprintf(stderr,
@ -3137,6 +3139,7 @@ struct CdrskiN {
bit11= - reserved -
bit12= - reserved -
bit13= - reserved -
bit14= - reserved -
bit15= format by index
2=deformat_sequential (blank_fast might matter)
3=format (= format_overwrite restricted to DVD+RW)
@ -3155,6 +3158,7 @@ struct CdrskiN {
bit11= - reserved -
bit12= - reserved -
bit13= try to disable defect management
bit14= - reserved -
bit15= format by index
5=format_by_index
gets mapped to 4 with DVD-RAM and BD-RE else to 1,
@ -3165,6 +3169,7 @@ struct CdrskiN {
*/
int blank_format_index; /* bit8-15 of burn_disc_format(flag) */
double blank_format_size; /* to be used with burn_disc_format() */
int blank_format_no_certify;
int do_direct_write;
int do_burn;
@ -3327,6 +3332,7 @@ int Cdrskin_new(struct CdrskiN **skin, struct CdrpreskiN *preskin, int flag)
o->blank_format_type= 0;
o->blank_format_index= -1;
o->blank_format_size= 0.0;
o->blank_format_no_certify= 0;
o->do_direct_write= 0;
o->do_burn= 0;
o->tell_media_space= 0;
@ -5244,6 +5250,8 @@ unsupported_format_type:;
format_flag|= 16;
if(format_flag&128)
format_flag|= (skin->blank_format_index&255)<<8;
if(skin->blank_format_no_certify)
format_flag|= 64;
burn_disc_format(drive,(off_t) skin->blank_format_size,format_flag);
#endif
@ -7108,7 +7116,12 @@ set_blank:;
else if(strncmp(cpt,"payload_",8)==0) {
skin->blank_format_size= Scanf_io_size(cpt+8,0);
skin->blank_format_type= 4;
}
} else if(strcmp(cpt,"cert_off")==0)
skin->blank_format_no_certify= 1;
else if(strcmp(cpt,"cert_on")==0)
skin->blank_format_no_certify= 0;
else
goto unsupported_blank_option;
}
skin->preskin->demands_cdrskin_caps= 1;
} else if(strncmp(cpt,"format_by_index_",16)==0) {
@ -7138,6 +7151,7 @@ set_blank:;
/* is handled in Cdrpreskin_setup() */;
continue;
} else {
unsupported_blank_option:;
fprintf(stderr,"cdrskin: FATAL : Blank option '%s' not supported yet\n",
cpt);
return(0);

2
cdrskin/cdrskin_timestamp.h

@ -1 +1 @@
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2008.04.26.150646"
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2008.04.26.150945"

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