Inserted the necessary error messages and magic numbers

ZeroFourZero
Thomas Schmitt 16 years ago
parent e5f42759a0
commit e065ff1db7

@ -359,6 +359,10 @@ int libburner_format_row(struct burn_drive *drive)
To make sure a data image is fully readable on any Linux machine, this
function adds 300 kiB of padding to the (usualy single) track.
Audio tracks get padded to complete their last sector.
A fifo of 4 MB is installed between each track and its data source.
Each of the 4 MB buffers gets allocated automatically as soon as a track
begins to be processed and it gets freed as soon as the track is done.
The fifos do not wait for buffer fill but writing starts immediately.
In case of external signals expect abort handling of an ongoing burn to
last up to a minute. Wait the normal burning timespan before any kill -9.
@ -490,7 +494,10 @@ int libburner_payload(struct burn_drive *drive,
while (burn_drive_get_status(drive, NULL) == BURN_DRIVE_SPAWNING)
usleep(1002);
while (burn_drive_get_status(drive, &progress) != BURN_DRIVE_IDLE) {
if( progress.sectors <= 0)
if (progress.sectors <= 0 ||
(progress.sector >= progress.sectors - 1 &&
!unpredicted_size) ||
(unpredicted_size && progress.sector == last_sector))
printf(
"Thank you for being patient since %d seconds.",
(int) (time(0) - start_time));
@ -503,14 +510,13 @@ int libburner_payload(struct burn_drive *drive,
last_sector = progress.sector;
if (progress.track >= 0 && progress.track < source_adr_count) {
int size, free_bytes, ret;
static char ind[8][16] = {
"-", "active", "ending", "input error",
"-", "no reader", "ended", "aborted"};
char *status_text;
ret = burn_fifo_inquire_status(
fifo_src[progress.track], &size, &free_bytes);
if (ret > 0 && ret <8)
printf(" [fifo %s, %2d%% fill]", ind[ret],
fifo_src[progress.track], &size, &free_bytes,
&status_text);
if (ret > 0 )
printf(" [fifo %s, %2d%% fill]", status_text,
(int) (100.0 - 100.0 *
((double) free_bytes) /
(double) size));

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