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List of assert() calls in libburn. 6 Oct 2006.
Format:
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Number) grep'ed line
(++ before number means: is fully done, + means is done so far )
function():
Description of abort condition.
Possible callers and their relation to the abort condition.
: Error Evaluation
=> Consequences
Eventual implementation timestamp
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++ 1) libburn/async.c: assert(a != NULL); /* wasn't found.. this should not be possible */
static remove_worker():
A thread describing structure (struct w_list) could not be found in
order to be released.
Called by API burn_drive_scan()
Called by static erase_worker_func() , thread under API burn_disc_erase()
Called by static write_disc_worker_func(), thread under API burn_disc_write()
All three want to clean up after they are done.
: Severe Libburn Error
=> issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_WARNING
ts A61006
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++ 2) libburn/async.c: assert(!(workers && workers->drive));
API burn_drive_scan():
Before spawning a thread, the function refuses work because another
drive activity is going on.
: Severe Application Error
=> return -1; redefine @return in API , issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
ts A61006
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+ 3) libburn/async.c: assert(workers == NULL);
API burn_drive_scan():
After thread is done and remover_worker() succeeded, there is still a
worker registered. Shall probably detect roguely appeared burn or
erase runs. (I consider to install a mutex shielded function for that.)
: Severe Libburn Error
=> Same as 1)
ts A61006
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++ 4) libburn/async.c: assert(drive);
libburn/async.c: assert(!SCAN_GOING());
libburn/async.c: assert(!find_worker(drive));
API burn_disc_erase():
Wants to see a drive (assumes NULL == 0), wants to see no scan and
wants to see no other worker on that drive. I.e. this would tolerate
a parallel activity on another drive.
: Severe Application Error
=> (no return value), issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
ts A61006
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++ 5) libburn/async.c: assert(!SCAN_GOING());
libburn/async.c: assert(!find_worker(opts->drive));
API burn_disc_write():
Same as 4)
: Severe Application Error
=> Same as 4)
ts A61006
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++ 6) libburn/drive.c: assert(d->busy == BURN_DRIVE_IDLE);
API burn_drive_release():
A drive is not idle on release.
: Severe Application Error
=> Same as 4)
ts A61007
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++ 7) libburn/drive.c: assert(d->released);
burn_wait_all()
A drive is found grabbed.
Called by burn_drive_scan_sync(), thread under API burn_drive_scan()
Called by API burn_finish
: Severe Application Error
=> rename and redefine burn_wait_all() : now burn_drives_are_clear()
=> change all use of burn_wait_all()
=> Move tests up to burn_drive_scan()
=> There: return -1; issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
ts A61007
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++ 8) libburn/drive.c: assert(!d->released);
API burn_disc_get_status()
Attempt to read status of non-grabbed drive.
: Severe Application Error
=> extend enum burn_disc_status by BURN_DISC_UNGRABBED
=> return BURN_DISC_UNGRABBED, issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
ts A61007
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++ 9) libburn/drive.c: assert( /* (write_type >= BURN_WRITE_PACKET) && */
burn_drive_get_block_types():
Will not work on BURN_WRITE below BURN_WRITE_RAW.
Called by -nobody- ?
: Severe Application Error
=> inactivate unused function
ts A61007
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++ 10) libburn/drive.c: assert(d->idata);
libburn/drive.c: assert(d->mdata);
static drive_getcaps():
sg.c:enumerate_common() did not succeed in creating a proper struct burn_drive
Called by burn_drive_scan_sync()
: Severe System Error
=> This could possibly really stay an abort() because the reason is
a plain failure of the system's memory management.
=> Detect this failure already in enumerate_common(),
issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_FATAL, return
ts A61007
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++ 11) libburn/drive.c: assert(burn_running);
burn_drive_scan_sync():
The library was not initialized.
Called as thread by API burn_drive_scan()
: Severe Application Error
=> Move this test up to burn_drive_scan()
=> There: return -1; redefine @return in API , issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_FATAL
ts A61007
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++ 12) libburn/drive.c: assert(d->released == 1);
burn_drive_scan_sync():
Inactivated
: (Severe Application Error)
=> throw out inactivated code
ts A61007
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++ 13) libburn/drive.c: assert(strlen(d->devname) < BURN_DRIVE_ADR_LEN);
burn_drive_raw_get_adr():
An enumerated device address is longer than the API's maximum length
Called by API burn_drive_get_adr()
Called by API burn_drive_obtain_scsi_adr()
: Severe Libburn Error
=> return -1; in all three functions, enhance burn_drive_get_adr @return docs
=> issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
ts A61007
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++ 14) libburn/drive.c: assert(drive_info->drive!=NULL);
API burn_drive_get_adr():
Drive info has no drive attached.
: Severe Libburn Error (unlikely, will eventually SIGSEGV on NULL)
=> delete assert
ts A61007
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++ 15) libburn/init.c: assert(burn_running);
API burn_finish():
The library is not initialized
: Severe Application Error
=> return (assume no msg system)
ts A61007
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++ 16) libburn/init.c: assert(burn_running);
API burn_preset_device_open():
The library is not initialized
: Severe Application Error
=> return (assume no msg system)
ts A61007
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++ 17) libburn/mmc.c: assert(o->drive == d);
mmc_close_disc():
alias: struct burn_drive.close_disc()
Parameters struct burn_drive and struct burn_write_opts do not match
Called by -nobody- ?
( => Disable unused function ? )
=> removed redundant parameter struct burn_drive
ts A61009
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++ 18) libburn/mmc.c: assert(o->drive == d);
mmc_close_session():
Same as 17)
alias: struct burn_drive.close_session()
Called by -nobody- ?
( => Disable unused function ? )
=> removed redundant parameter struct burn_drive
ts A61009
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++ 19) libburn/mmc.c: assert(buf->bytes >= buf->sectors); /* can be == at 0... */
mmc_write_12():
- Unclear what .bytes and .sectors mean in struct buffer -
Called by -nobody- ?
=> problems with filling the write buffer have to be handled by callers
=> delete assert
ts A61009
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++ 20) libburn/mmc.c: assert(buf->bytes >= buf->sectors); /* can be == at 0... */
mmc_write():
- Unclear what .bytes and .sectors mean in struct buffer -
libburn/mmc.c: c.page->sectors = errorblock - start + 1;
mmc_read_sectors() by toc_find_modes() by mmc_read_toc() alias drive.read_toc()
by burn_drive_grab()
This seems to be unrelated to mmc_write().
libburn/sector.c: out->sectors++;
get_sector()
Seems to hand out sector start pointer in opts->drive->buffer
and to count reservation transactions as well as reserved bytes.
Ensures out->bytes >= out->sectors
libburn/mmc.c: c.page->bytes = s->count * 8;
mmc_send_cue_sheet()
Does not use mmc_write() but directly (sg_)issue_command()
libburn/sector.c: out->bytes += seclen;
get_sector()
See above
Ensures out->bytes >= out->sectors
libburn/spc.c: c.page->bytes = 8 + 2 + d->mdata->retry_page_length;
spc_select_error_params()
Does not use mmc_write() but directly (sg_)issue_command()
libburn/spc.c: c.page->bytes = 8 + 2 + d->mdata->write_page_length;
spc_select_error_params()
Does not use mmc_write() but directly (sg_)issue_command()
libburn/spc.c: c.page->bytes = 8 + 2 + 0x32;
spc_probe_write_modes()
Does not use mmc_write() but directly (sg_)issue_command()
alias struct burn_drive.write()
Called by static get_sector, by many
Called by burn_write_flush
Called by burn_write_track
=> problems with filling the write buffer have to be handled by callers
=> delete assert
ts A61009
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++ 21) libburn/mmc.c: assert(((dlen - 2) % 11) == 0);
mmc_read_toc():
- Is defunct -
=> :)
ts A61009
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++ 22) libburn/mmc.c: assert(len >= 0);
mmc_read_sectors():
Catches a bad parameter
alias: struct burn_drive.read_sectors()
Called by API burn_disc_read() , - is defunct -, one could catch the problem
Called by toc_find_modes(), problem cannot occur: mem.sectors = 1;
: Severe Libburn Error
(=> in burn_disc_read() check page.sectors before d->read_sectors() )
=> :)
ts A61009
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++ 23) libburn/mmc.c: assert(d->busy);
mmc_read_sectors():
Catches use of a drive that is not marked as busy
alias: struct burn_drive.read_sectors()
Called by API burn_disc_read() , - is defunct -, busy = BURN_DRIVE_READING;
Called by toc_find_modes(), does the same assert. To be solved there.
: Severe Libburn Error
=> :)
ts A61009
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++ 24) libburn/options.c: assert(0);
API burn_write_opts_set_write_type():
Detects unsuitable enum burn_write_types write_type and int block_type.
API promises return 0 on failure
: Severe Application Error
=> issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY
=> should also detect problem of 26) : wrong write_type,block_type combination
by calling sector_get_outmode() and checking for -1
=> should also detect problem of 41) : unknown block_type
by spc_block_type() and checking for -1
=> delete assert(0)
ts A61007
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++ 25) libburn/read.c: assert((o->version & 0xfffff000) == (OPTIONS_VERSION & 0xfffff000));
libburn/read.c: assert(!d->busy);
libburn/read.c: assert(d->toc->valid);
libburn/read.c: assert(o->datafd != -1);
API burn_disc_read():
- ? -
burn_disc_read() is defunct
OPTIONS_VERSION does not occur outside this line
( => one would return )
( 22) => catch page.sectors<0 before d->read_sectors() )
( 37) => catch ! d->mdata->valid )
=> :)
ts A61007
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++ 26) libburn/sector.c: assert(0); /* return BURN_MODE_UNIMPLEMENTED :) */
static get_outmode():
burn_write_opts is wrongly programmed with .write_type and .block_type
: Severe Application Error
=> This gets handled by burn_write_opts_set_write_type()
ts A61007 by new semi-public sector_get_outmode()
=> delete assert()
ts A61007
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++ 27) libburn/sector.c: assert(outlen >= inlen);
libburn/sector.c: assert(outmode & BURN_MODE_RAW);
libburn/sector.c: assert(offset != -1);
static convert_data():
Several unacceptable settings within struct burn_write_opts
Called by sector_toc() sector_pregap() sector_postgap() sector_lout()
sector_data()
: Severe Application Error
=> change return type of convert_data()
=> all callers interpret return value and eventually return failure
ts A61007
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++ 28) libburn/sector.c: assert(0);
static char_to_isrc():
Called by subcode_user() with data set by API burn_track_set_isrc()
Some character conversion fails on wrong input
: Severe Application Error
=> burn_track_set_isrc() has to make sure that only good data are set
=> char_to_isrc() returns 0 as default
=> delete assert()
ts A61008
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++ 29) libburn/sector.c: assert(qmode == 1 || qmode == 2 || qmode == 3);
subcode_user():
- can not happen -
: Unknown reason of assert()
=> remove assert()
ts A61010
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++ 30) libburn/sector.c: assert(modebyte == 1);
sector_headers():
Does only accept modes BURN_AUDIO, BURN_MODE1 or write_type BURN_WRITE_SAO
Called by sector_toc() sector_pregap() sector_postgap() sector_lout()
sector_data()
: Severe Libburn Error
=> new functions sector_headers_is_ok(), burn_disc_write_is_ok()
help to catch problem in API burn_disc_write()
=> issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_FATAL
ts A61009
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++ 31) libburn/sector.c: assert(0);
process_q()
- defunct -
=> :)
ts A61009
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++ 32) libburn/sg.c: assert("drive busy" == "non fatal");
sg_handle_busy_device():
Intentional abort preset by the app
=> change to abort()
ts A61007
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++ 33) libburn/sg.c: assert(fd != -1337);
sg_grab():
The drive device file could not be opened
:Severe External Problem
=> obsolete by normal drive open failure handling
ts A61007
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++ 34) libburn/sg.c: assert(!c->page);
sg_issue_command():
An SCSI command of direction NO_TRANSFER may not have a .page != NULL.
Since it is about exposing a libburn detail towards the sg driver, i believe
it is sufficient to just not use it.
: Libburn Error
=> enhance internal logics of sg_issue_command()
ts A61007
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++ 35) libburn/sg.c: assert(c->page->bytes > 0);
sg_issue_command():
An SCSI command of direction TO_DRIVE wants to transfer 0 bytes.
: Severe Libburn Error
=> set command.error = 1 and return 0
ts A61010
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++ 36) libburn/sg.c: assert(err != -1);
sg_issue_command():
The transfer of the command via ioctl() failed
: Severe Transport Level Problem
=> close drive fd, set idle and released
=> set command.error = 1 and return -1
ts A61010
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++ 37) libburn/spc.c: assert(d->mdata->valid);
spc_select_error_params():
Drive was not properly programmed
alias struct burn_drive.send_parameters()
Called by burn_disc_read, - defunct -
: Severe Application Error
=> moved up as mangled assert to burn_disc_read()
ts A61007
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++ 38) libburn/spc.c: assert(d->mdata->cdr_write || d->mdata->cdrw_write ||
spc_sense_write_params():
Drive does not offer write of any known media type
alias struct burn_drive.read_disc_info()
Called by API burn_drive_grab (assert test made there in soft)
: Severe Command Level Problem
=> remove assert()
ts A61007
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++ 39) libburn/spc.c: assert(o->drive == d);
spc_select_write_params():
Drive does not match struct burn_write_opts
alias struct burn_drive.send_write_parameters()
Called by mmc_close_disc() (-defunct- ?), mmc_close_session() (-defunct- ?),
burn_write_track() (d = o->drive;),
burn_disc_write_sync() d = (o->drive;)
: Severe Libburn Error
=> remove assert()
ts A61007
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++ 40) libburn/spc.c: assert(d->mdata->valid);
spc_select_write_params():
Drive was not properly programmed
Called by (see 39)
burn_write_track() by burn_write_session() by burn_disc_write_sync()
burn_disc_write_sync() indirectly by API burn_disc_write()
: Severe Libburn Error
=> caught in burn_disc_write() now
ts A61007
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++ 41) libburn/spc.c: assert(0);
spc_block_type():
Unknown value with enum burn_block_types
Called by spc_select_write_params, uses burn_write_opts.block_type,
set by API burn_write_opts_set_write_type()
: Severe Application Error
=> catch in API burn_write_opts_set_write_type
by calling spc_block_type()
=> delete assert
ts A61007
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++ 42) libburn/structure.c: assert(!(pos > BURN_POS_END));\
macro RESIZE
An illegal list index is given by the app.
( TO->NEW##s obviusly means to append "s" to cpp result of TO->NEW )
Used by API burn_session_add_track() and API burn_disc_add_session()
: Severe Application Error
=> replace assert by if-and-return-0
ts A61008
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++ 43) libburn/structure.c: assert(s->track != NULL);
API burn_session_remove_track()
An application supplied pointer is NULL
: Severe Application Error
=> replace by if-and-return-0
ts A61008
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++ 44) libburn/structure.c: assert((country[i] >= '0' || country[i] < '9') &&
libburn/structure.c: assert((owner[i] >= '0' || owner[i] < '9') &&
libburn/structure.c: assert(year <= 99);
libburn/structure.c: assert(serial <= 99999);
API burn_track_set_isrc():
Illegal texts supplied by application.
The logical expression is always true !
: Severe Application Error
=> issue LIBDAX_MSGS_SEV_SORRY and return
=> delete assert
=> delete assert 28) in char_to_isrc()
ts A61008
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++ 45) libburn/toc.c: assert(0); /* unhandled! find out ccd's
static write_clonecd2():
- defunct -, - unused -
=> mangle assert
ts A61008
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++ 46) libburn/toc.c: assert(d->busy);
toc_find_modes():
The drive to work on is not marked busy
Called by mmc_read_toc() alias read_toc() by ... burn_drive_grab()
: Severe Libburn Error
=> to be prevented on the higher levels
=> delete assert
ts A61008
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++ 47) libburn/util.c: assert(s);
burn_strdup()
Abort on NULL string which would elsewise cause a SIGSEGV
Used once in enumerate_common() with a string that worked with open(2) before
: Severe Libburn Error
=> delete assert
ts A61008
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++ 48) libburn/util.c: assert(s);
burn_strndup(): - unused -
Same as 47
: Severe Libburn Error
=> return NULL
=> delete assert
ts A61008
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++ 49) libburn/util.c: assert(n > 0);
burn_strndup(): - unused -
Prevent problems by negative copy length
: Severe Libburn Error
=> return NULL
=> delete assert
ts A61008
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++ 50) libburn/write.c: assert(0);
static type_to_ctrl():
Unsuitable mode to be converted into "ctrl"
Called by static type_to_form() finally burn_create_toc_entries()
: Severe Application Error
=> to be caught in burn_track_define_data by calling for test type_to_form()
=> return -1;
ts A61008
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++ 51) libburn/write.c: assert(0);
libburn/write.c: assert(0); /* XXX someone's gonna want this sometime */
static type_to_form():
Does not like BURN_MODE0 or BURN_MODE2 but tolerates unknown modes
Called by static burn_create_toc_entries() by burn_disc_write_sync()
: Undocumented Libburn Restriction
=> set *form = -1 , *ctladr = 0xff , return
=> make function non-static
=> call for test in API burn_track_define_data()
ts A61009
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++ 52) libburn/write.c: assert(ptr);
static add_cue():
realloc() failed
Called by burn_create_toc_entries() by burn_disc_write_sync()
(burn_create_toc_entries is ignorant towards own potential memory problems)
(This could possibly really stay an abort() because the reason is
a plain failure of the system's memory management.)
: Severe System Error
=> change return type of add_cue to int
=> react on return -1 in burn_create_toc_entries, return NULL on failure
=> abort burn_disc_write_sync() on NULL return
ts A61009
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++ 53) libburn/write.c: assert(d->toc_entry == NULL);
burn_create_toc_entries():
Multiple usage of struct burn_drive.toc_entry
Called by burn_disc_write_sync()
This will probably trigger an abort with disc->sessions > 1
(disc->sessions is incremented in macro RESIZE() as "NEW##s")
: Design Problem
( => ? disallow multiple sessions ? )
=> replace assert by soft means and wait what happens
ts A61009
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++ 54) libburn/write.c: assert(0);
burn_sector_length():
Only BURN_AUDIO, BURN_MODE_RAW, BURN_MODE1 are allowed
Called by get_sector(), convert_data(), ...
=> call burn_sector_length() for test in API burn_track_define_data()
=> replace assert by -1
ts A61009
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