Avoiding appendable role 5 if not explicitely enabled

1.0.6
Thomas Schmitt 12 years ago
parent d5cc482015
commit 9c9b82ae61
  1. 2
      cdrskin/cdrskin_timestamp.h
  2. 4
      libburn/drive.c
  3. 2
      libburn/init.c
  4. 24
      libburn/libburn.h

@ -1 +1 @@
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2011.03.21.092220"
#define Cdrskin_timestamP "2011.03.22.085956"

@ -1562,7 +1562,8 @@ int burn_drive_grab_dummy(struct burn_drive_info *drive_infos[], char *fname)
d->block_types[BURN_WRITE_SAO] = 0;
} else {
if (d->drive_role == 5 && stat_ret != -1 &&
S_ISREG(stbuf.st_mode) && stbuf.st_size > 0) {
S_ISREG(stbuf.st_mode) && stbuf.st_size > 0 &&
(burn_drive_role_4_allowed & 8)) {
d->status = BURN_DISC_APPENDABLE;
d->block_types[BURN_WRITE_SAO] = 0;
d->role_5_nwa = stbuf.st_size / 2048 +
@ -1571,6 +1572,7 @@ int burn_drive_grab_dummy(struct burn_drive_info *drive_infos[], char *fname)
d->status = BURN_DISC_BLANK;
d->block_types[BURN_WRITE_SAO] =
BURN_BLOCK_SAO;
d->role_5_nwa = 0;
}
d->block_types[BURN_WRITE_TAO] = BURN_BLOCK_MODE1;
}

@ -578,5 +578,5 @@ void burn_set_scsi_logging(int flag)
/* ts B10312 API */
void burn_allow_drive_role_4(int allowed)
{
burn_drive_role_4_allowed = (allowed & 7);
burn_drive_role_4_allowed = (allowed & 0xf);
}

@ -1448,6 +1448,8 @@ void burn_read_opts_free(struct burn_read_opts *opts);
cancellable, as control of the operation is passed wholly to the drive and
there is no way to interrupt it safely.
@param drive The drive with which to erase a disc.
Only drive roles 1 (MMC) and 5 (stdio random write-only)
support erasing.
@param fast Nonzero to do a fast erase, where only the disc's headers are
erased; zero to erase the entire disc.
With DVD-RW, fast blanking yields media capable only of DAO.
@ -3020,28 +3022,34 @@ int burn_drive_get_drive_role(struct burn_drive *d);
/* ts B10312 */
/** Allow drive role 4 "random access read-only" drive.
/** Allow drive role 4 "random access read-only"
and drive role 5 "random access write-only".
By default a random access file assumes drive role 2 "read-write"
regardless whether it is actually readable or writeable.
If enabled, random-access file objects which recognizably allow no
writing will be classified as role 4.
writing will be classified as role 4 and those which allow no reading
will get role 5.
Candidates are drive addresses of the form stdio:/dev/fd/# , where # is
the integer number of an open file descriptor. If this descriptor was
opened read-only, then it gets role 4.
opened read-only resp. write-only, then it gets role 4 resp. role 5.
Other paths may get tested by an attempt to open them for read-write
(role 2) resp. read-only (role 4) resp. write-only (role 3). See bit1.
read-only
(role 2) resp. read-only (role 4) resp. write-only (role 5). See bit1.
@param allowed Bitfield for control purposes:
bit0= Enable role 4 for drives which get aquired
after this call
bit0= Enable roles 4 and 5 for drives which get
aquired after this call
bit1= with bit0:
Test whether the file can be opened for
read-write resp. read-only resp. write-only.
Classify as roles 2 resp. 4 resp. 3.
Classify as roles 2 resp. 4 resp. 5.
bit2= with bit0 and bit1:
Classify files which cannot be opened at all
as role 0 : useless dummy.
Else classify as role 2.
bit3= Classify non-empty role 5 drives as
BURN_DISC_APPENDABLE with Next Writeable Address
after the end of the file. It is nevertheless
possible to change this address by call
burn_write_opts_set_start_byte().
@since 1.0.6
*/
void burn_allow_drive_role_4(int allowed);

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