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#
# libdax is the early working name for the successor software of libburn,
# a library for writing information onto optical media, i.e. CD and DVD.
# The current working name is libcevap, refering to various kinds of roasts in
# Europe and Asia which share the property to be structured in smaller pieces.
#
# The reason for the replacement is the unclear copyright situation as well
# as libburn's sketchy original state and the subsequential evolutionary
# damages done by us in libburn code.
# This does not mean libburn is shaky. Its current state just reflects the
# virtual conflict of at least two programmer personalities and their goals.
#
#
# Please: Nobody shall take the development of libcevap as a reason for not
# programming an application which uses libburn.
# libburn works now. libcevap is planned to work in future.
#
# libcevap will replace libburn in a controlled, application friendly way.
# The first application of libcevap will be a libburn API wrapper which will
# allow to perform all API calls of libburn which are proveable to work in
# the current implementation. (Some CD stuff is not understood by us yet.
# We will have to learn.)
#
# The libburn API will be frozen when libcevap has closed up to its current
# capabilities. Nevertheless it may take profit from some of the future
# progress in libcevap (e.g. new media types).
# We hope that finally libcevap will have capabilities superior to libburn.
# This will then be a reason to port applications to the libcevap API.
#
# Application programmers are advised to encapsulate their libburn API calls
# in an own abstraction layer. The semantic concepts of burning will be
# compatible between libburn and libcevap. I.e you will have a library object
# to be started up, drives to be found and grabbed, media and their states
# to be identified, sessions, tracks, burn options to be set, blanking,
# formatting, and so on.
# Data types, function calls, and quirks will be incompatible between both
# APIs, though.
#
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Originally this was a backup of text input clicketitoggled into ArgoUML
# Meanwhile it becomes an intermediate storage for attributes and
# class interconnections in the notation of my C stub generator CgeN
# (see also end of this text)
# next : work on completeness : cevapformat
# Open questions:
# - how to connect to GESTURES ? Globally ?
Model=libdax
ClassDiagram=Overview
Class=API
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
The API is the only layer visible to the applications. It exposes MMC concepts
which it reflects and augments by its own architectural concepts.
Subordinates=EQUIP,JOB,AUX
Cgen=\
cevapi
-r -m struct CevapequiP *equip
-r -m struct CevapjoB *job
-r -m struct CevapauX *aux
-r -m struct CevapgestureS *gestures
@
=end Class
Class=EQUIP
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
EQUIP represents the physical and logical equipment in reach of libdax.
This includes the system, drives, media, and their current states.
PeerToPeer=GESTURES
Boss=API
Cgen=\
cevapequip
-r -v struct CevapI *boss
-r -m struct CevapsysteM *sys
-v struct CevapgestureS *gestures
@
=end Class
Class=JOB
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
JOB models the tasks to be performed via libdax.
This includes disc, session, track, source, fifo, dewav, burn options.
PeerToPeer=GESTURES
Boss=API
Cgen=\
cevapjob
-r -v struct CevapI *boss
-r -m struct CevaptodO *todo
-v struct CevapgestureS *gestures
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=AUX
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
AUX bundles any models which are neither EQUIP nor JOB.
This includes abort handler and message system.
PeerToPeer=GESTURES
Boss=API
Cgen=\
cevapaux
-r -v struct CevapI *boss
-v struct CevapgestureS *gestures
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=GESTURES
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
GESTURES ist the procedural repertoire which interconnects EQUIP, JOB, and AUX
and also provides to them the services from the SCSI oriented layers.
PeerToPeer=EQUIP,JOB,AUX
Subordinates=SCSI_CMD
Cgen=\
cevapgestures
-r -v struct CevapI *boss
-v struct CevapequiP *equip
-v struct CevapjoB *job
-v struct CevapauX *aux
-r -m struct CevapscmD *scsi_cmd
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=SCSI_CMD
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
SCSI_CMD represents the semantic part of SCSI (i.e. mainly MMC) specs.
This layer models each SCSI command that is used by libdax. It knows about
its parameters and constraints with particular equipment and jobs.
Boss=GESTURES
Subordinates=Classes with SCSI_EXEC Interface
Cgen=\
cevapscmd
-r -v struct CevapgestureS *boss
-r -m struct CevapsexeC *scsi_exec
# >>>
@
=end Class
Interface=SCSI_EXEC
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
SCSI_EXEC hides the difference between the implementation principle of
SCSI format+transport and the principle of SCSI service.
Boss=SCSI_CMD
Implementations=SCSI_FORMAT,SCSI_SERVICE
Cgen=\
cevapsexec
-r -v struct CevapscmD *boss
-p -v struct CevapsforM *scsi_format
-p -v struct CevapsservicE *scsi_service
-v int silent_on_scsi_error
# >>>
@
=end Interface
Class=OSDriveAspect
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.08.2007
Documentation=\
OSDriveAspect encapsulates operating system specific properties of an
individual drive. It shall be handed out by SCSI_EXEC via the GESTURES layer
to EquipDrive where it forms the link between cevap drive model and operating
system driver.
This class description models the implementation specific to Linux.
Cgen=\
cevaposdrv
-r -v int fd
# >>> ??? implement the sibling stuff which never worked properly ?
@
=end Class
Class=SCSI_FORMAT
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
SCSI_FORMAT translates parameters of SCSI commands into CDBs, takes care for
transport and decodes the reply into parameters.
Boss=SCSI_CMD via SCSI_EXEC
Subordinates=SCSI_TRANSPORT
Cgen=\
cevapsform
-r -v struct CevapsexeC *boss
-p -v struct CevapstransP *scsi_transport
# former struct command
-v unsigned char opcode[16]
-v int oplen
-v int dir
-v int dxfer_len
-v unsigned char sense[128]
-v int error
-v int retry
-v struct CevapbuffeR *page
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=SCSI_TRANSPORT
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
SCSI_TRANSPORT takes a formatted CDB from SCSI_FORMAT and makes the operating
system perform a SCSI transaction. It then returns the reply data in raw form.
Boss=SCSI_FORMAT
Os_specific=yes
Cgen=\
cevapstransp
-r -v struct CevapsforM *boss
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=SCSI_SERVICE
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=11.03.2007
Documentation=\
SCSI_SERVICE provides the combined services of SCSI_FORMAT and SCSI_TRANSPORT
via a set of parametrized functions which abstract SCSI command transactions.
Boss=SCSI_CMD via SCSI_EXEC
Os_specific=yes
Cgen=\
cevapsservice
-r -v struct CevapsexeC *boss
# >>>
@
=end Class
=end ClassDiagram=Overview
ClassDiagram=Equip_overview
Class=EquipSystem
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
EquipSystem is the inner root class of EQUIP. It describes the system on
which libdax is working. This includes the operating system, the system
adapter classes, the drives.
Boss=EQUIP
Subordinates=EquipDrive*N
Cgen=\
cevapsystem
-r -v struct CevapequiP *boss
-r -m char *infotext
-r -l struct CevapdrivE *drive
-p -v struct CevapdrivE *eol_drive
# >>> be boss of SCSI_CMD ? (Rather than GESTURES)
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipDrive
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
EquipDrive represents a drive, including its capabilities, its processing
status, the media loaded.
Subordinates=EquipMedia
Boss=EquipSystem
Cgen=\
-l cevapdrive
-r -v struct CevapsysteM *boss
# Drive number
-r -v int global_index
# Persistent system drive address
-r -m char *devname
# Traditional SCSI address parameters (-1 if not applicable)
-r -v int bus_no
-r -v int host
-r -v int id
-r -v int channel
-r -v int lun
# (former struct burn_scsi_inquiry_data idata)
# From 12h INQUIRY , spc3r23.pdf , 6.4.2 , Table 81
-r -v char vendor[9]
-r -v char product[17]
-r -v char revision[5]
# 1= above elements contain valid information
-r -v int idata_valid
# mc5r03c.pdf 5.3.2 Physical Interface Standard
# 1=SCSI, 2=ATAPI, 3,4,6=FireWire, 7=SATA, 8=USB
-r -v int phys_if_std
# MMC-5 5.3.2 table 91 , e.g. "SCSI Family"
-r -m char *phys_if_name
# System despendent aspect of the drive (e.g. int fd;)
-r -v struct CevaposdrV *system_dep_drive_info
# Result of the CD write mode x block type tests:
# Index is for write mode : 0=packet , 1=TAO , 2=SAO , 3=raw
# Bits are for block type
# Numbering as in mc5r03c.pdf 7.5.4.13 Data Block Type, Table 668 :
# 0=RAW0 (2352, Raw data)
# 1=RAW16 (2368, Raw data with P and Q Sub-channel
# 2=RAW96P (2448, Raw data with P-W Sub-channel appended)
# 3=RAW96R (2448, Raw data with raw P-W Sub-channel appended)
# 8=MODE1 (2048, ISO/IEC 10149)
# 9=MODE2R (2336, Mode 2 formless)
# 10=MODE2F1 (2048, CD-ROM XA, form 1)
# 11=MODE2F1X (2056, CD-ROM XA, form 1 plus 8 byte subheader)
# 12=MODE2F2 (2324, CD-ROM XA, form 2)
# 13=MODE2MIX (2332, CD-ROM XA, form 1, form 2, or mixed form)
-r -v int block_types[4]
# (former struct scsi_mode_data)
# Information about the drive's capabilities, obtained via 5Ah MODE SENSE
# from mode page 2Ah , mmc3r10g.pdf , 6.3.11 , Table 361
# (which is deprecated in MMC-5 E.11)
-p -v int mdata_buffer_size
-p -v int mdata_dvdram_read
-p -v int mdata_dvdram_write
-p -v int mdata_dvdr_read
-p -v int mdata_dvdr_write
-p -v int mdata_dvdrom_read
-p -v int mdata_cdrw_read
-p -v int mdata_cdrw_write
-p -v int mdata_cdr_read
-p -v int mdata_cdr_write
-p -v int mdata_max_read_speed
-p -v int mdata_max_write_speed
-p -v int madata_min_write_speed
-p -v int mdata_cur_read_speed
-p -v int mdata_cur_write_speed
-p -v int mdata_simulate
-p -v int mdata_c2_pointers
-r -v int mdata_underrun_proof
# Results from ACh GET PERFORMANCE, Type 03h
# (Speed values go into *_*_speed)
# (speed_descriptors became cevapperf which is under cevapmedia)
-p -v int min_end_lba
-p -v int max_end_lba
# from mode page 01h , mmc5r03c.pdf , 7.3.2.1 , Table 657
-p -v int mdata_retry_page_length
-p -v int mdata_retry_page_valid
# from mode page 05h , mmc5r03c.pdf , 7.5.4.1 , Table 664
-p -v int mdata_write_page_length
-p -v int mdata_write_page_valid
# 1= above elements contain valid information
-p -v int mdata_valid
# The mutex shall be used to coordinate access to the drive in situations
# where multi-threaded race conditions could disturb operations.
# E.g. lock, read busy state, interpret, set busy state, unlock
# A mere reader of the busy state does not have to lock because
# reading of the state itself is atomar.
-i -v pthread_mutex_t access_lock
# Flags from feature 002Fh feature descriptor mmc5r03c.pdf 5.3.25 :
# bit1= DVD-RW supported
# bit2= Test Write available
# bit3= DVD-R DL supported
# bit6= Buffer Under-run Free recording available (page 05h BUFE)
# Value -1 indicates that no 002Fh was current in the features list.
-r -v int current_feat2fh_byte4
# 0= drive is grabbed, 1= drive is not grabbed
-v volatile int released
# File descriptor of an eventual emulated drive
-v int stdio_fd
# >>> ???
# (do we need a drive owned buffer to carry data from call to call or what ?)
-v struct CevapbuffeR *buffer
# List of profiles as reported by the drive
-r -l struct CevapprofilE *profile
-p -v struct CevapprofilE *eol_profile
# Media currently loaded in the drive
-r -m struct CevapmediA *media
# >>> transport.h : toc_temp (what is this ? It belongs to BURN_WRITE_RAW)
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipMedia
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
EquipMedia represents an optical disc, including its type, its writeability,
its formatting, its available formats and performances.
Subordinates=\
EquipProfile*N,EquipFormat*N,EquipPerformance*N,EquipStatus,EquipMulticaps
Boss=EquipDrive
Cgen=\
cevapmedia
-r -v struct CevapdrivE *boss
# Volatile and/or public properties of the media
-r -m struct CevapstatuS *status
# MMC-to-MMC feature info from 46h for DVD-RW.
# Quite internal. Regard as opaque :)
# 1 = incremental recording available, 0 = not available
-r -v int current_has_feat21h
# Link Size item number 0 from feature 0021h descriptor
-r -v int current_feat21h_link_size
# Wether a DVD-RW media holds an incomplete session
# (which could need closing after write)
-v int needs_close_session
# From 51h READ DISC INFORMATION
# 0=needs format start, 1=needs format restart
-r -v int bg_format_status
# From 23h READ FORMAT CAPACITY mmc5r03c.pdf 6.24
# 1=unformatted, 2=formatted, 3=unclear
-r -v int format_descr_type
# meaning depends on format_descr_type
-r -v off_t format_curr_max_size
# dito
-r -v unsigned int format_curr_blsas
-r -v int best_format_type
-r -v off_t best_format_size
-r -l struct CevapformaT *format_descriptor
-p -v struct CevapformaT *eol_format_descriptor
# The specific capabilities and restrictions of the media
-r -m struct CevapmcapS *multicaps
# Results from ACh GET PERFORMANCE, Type 03h
# (Speed values go into drive.mdata_*_*_speed)
-r -l struct CevapperF *speed_descriptor
-p -v struct CevapperF *eol_speed_descriptor
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipProfile
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
EquipProfile maps a MMC profile into libdax (See mmc5r03c.pdf chapter 5).
A profile describes a set of features and may be either current, possible,
disabled, or unavailable.
Subordinates=EquipFeature*N
Boss=EquipMedia
Cgen=\
-l cevapprofile
-r -v struct CevapdrivE *boss
-r -v int is_current
-r -v int profile_code
-r -v char *profile_text
-r -v int is_cd_profile
-r -v int is_supported_profile
-r -l struct CevapfeaturE *feature
-p -v struct CevapfeaturE *eol_feature
@
=end Class
Class=EquipFeature
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=16.03.2007
Documentation=\
EquipFeature maps a MMC feature into libdax (See mmc5r03c.pdf chapter 5).
A feature describes a set of SCSI commands and (implicitely) of use cases.
Boss=EquipProfile
Cgen=\
-l cevapfeature
-r -v struct CevapprofilE *boss
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipFormat
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=
Documentation=\
EquipFormat represents a single Formattable Capacity Descriptor
as of mmc5r03c.pdf 6.24.3.3 .
Boss=EquipMedia
Cgen=\
-l cevapformat
-r -v struct CevapmediA *boss
# format type: e.g 0x00 is "Full", 0x15 is "Quick"
-r -v int type
# the size in bytes derived from Number of Blocks
-r -v off_t size
# the Type Dependent Parameter (usually the write alignment size)
-r -v unsigned int tdp
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipPerformance
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=
Documentation=\
>>> EquipPerformance
Boss=EquipMedia
Cgen=\
-l cevapperf
-r -v struct CevapmediA *boss
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipStatus
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=17.3.2007
Documentation=\
EquipStatus represents the status of media and drive. This includes
blank/appendable/closed, progress indicator.
Boss=EquipMedia
Cgen=\
cevapstatus
-r -v struct CevapmediA *boss
-v int status
-m char *status_text
-v volatile int busy
# From various sources : free space on media (in bytes)
# With CD this might change after particular write
# parameters have been set and nwa has been inquired.
-v off_t media_capacity_remaining
# Current write address during write jobs. (Next address to be written)
# <<< does this belong to JOB ?
-r -v int nwa
# if > 0 : first lba on media that is too high for write
-v int media_lba_limit
-v struct CevapprogresS *progress
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=EquipMulticaps
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=14.8.2007
Documentation=\
EquipMulticaps represents media dependent properties and media states which
are either volatile or especially interesting to several other modules. This
includes eventually existing sessions, closure status, profile dependent
capabilities.
Boss=EquipMedia
Cgen=\
cevapmcaps
# The current profile out of the drive profile list
-v struct CevapprofilE *current_profile
# Wether the media is erasable (or overwriteable)
-v int erasable
# A description of the existing media content structure
-r -m struct CevapdisC *disc
# Start and end addresses out of ATIP.
# From 43h READ TOC/PMA/ATIP , mmc5r03c.pdf , 6.26
-r -v int start_lba
-r -v int end_lba
# From 51h READ DISC INFORMATION Number of Sessions (-1)
-v int complete_sessions
# From 51h READ DISC INFORMATION Last Track Number in Last Session
-v int last_track_no
# >>> libburn.h:struct burn_multi_caps
@
=end Class
Class=EquipTocItem
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=14.8.2007
Boss=
Cgen=\
-l cevaptocitem
-r -v struct CevapdisC *boss
-v int session
-v int valid
-v int control
# obscure info from CD TOC : possibly length of track
-v unsigned char point
-v unsigned char min
-v unsigned char sec
-v unsigned char frame
-v int pmin
-v int psec
-v int pframe
-v int start_lba
-v int track_blocks
@
=end Class
=end ClassDiagram=Equip_overview
ClassDiagram=Job_overview
Class=JobTodo
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobTodo records what is to be done during a job. This includes peripheral
actions like tray load/eject and central actions like blank, format, burn.
Subordinates=JobDisc,JobOptions
Cgen=\
cevaptodo
-v volatile int cancel
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=JobDisc
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobDisc models a disc structure. Either one which already exists or
one which is to be created in a job run.
Subordinates=JobSession*N
Boss=JobTodo
Cgen=\
cevapdisc
-l struct CevapsessioN *session
-p -v struct CevapsessioN *eol_session
-l struct CevaptociteM *toc_entry
-p -v struct CevaptociteM *eol_toc_entry
# >>> take over services of struct burn_disc
@
=end Class
Class=JobSession
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobSession represents a recording session. A session usually bundles
several tracks. Traditionally the last session of a disc is recognized
by operating systems as the thing to be mounted.
Subordinates=JobTrack*N,JobFifo
Boss=JobDisc
Cgen=\
-l cevapsession
-r -v struct CevapdisC *boss
# >>>
-l struct CevaptracK *track
-p -v struct CevaptracK *eol_track
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=JobTrack
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobTrack represents a track to be recorded. A track mainly is associated with
a data source but in many cases it also becomes a recognizable entity on the
target media.
Subordinates=JobBlock*N,JobTrackFilter,JobSource
Boss=JobSession
Cgen=\
-l cevaptrack
-r -v struct CevapsessioN *boss
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=JobBlock
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobBlock represents a single output data transaction unit. On CD this is
the same as an addressable media block resp. sector. On DVD this might be
an addressable block od 2k or a packet of e.g. 32k.
Boss=JobTrack
Cgen=\
cevapblock
-v int alba
-v int rlba
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=JobSource
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=8.4.2007
Documentation=\
JobSource represents a data source for a track. Typically this is a disk
file or a stream file descriptor like stdin.
Subordinates=JobSourceBlock*N
Boss=JobTrack
=end Class
Class=JobSourceBlock
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=8.4.2007
Documentation=\
JobSourceBlock represents a single input data transaction unit.
Boss=JobSource
=end Class
Class=JobFifo
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=8.4.2007
Documentation=\
JobFifo reads data via JobTrackFilter and buffers them until JobBlock can
accept them.
Boss=JobSession
=end Class
Class=JobTrackFilter
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=8.4.2007
Documentation=\
JobTrackFilter reads data from JobSourceBlock, processes them and presents
them to JobFifo or JobBlock. This includes stripping of .wav headers.
Boss=JobTrack
=end Class
Class=JobOptions
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=18.3.2007
Documentation=\
JobOptions bundles the adjustable parameters of a job. This includes dummy
mode, speed, appendability, blank mode, format selection, write mode,
underrun protection, random access addressing.
Boss=JobTodo
Cgen=\
cevapjobopts
# >>>
# Keeping an eye on the drive buffer
-v int wait_for_buffer_free
-v unsigned int wfb_min_usec
-v unsigned int wfb_max_usec
-v unsigned int wfb_timeout_sec
-v unsigned int wfb_min_percent
-v unsigned int wfb_max_percent
# >>> -m struct params params (used by disabled read cd funtionality)
@
=end Class
Class=JobBuffer
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=13.8.2007
Documentation=\
JobBuffer is an intermediate storage for the content of several JobBlock
or JobSourceBlock.
Cgen=\
cevapbuffer
-r -m unsigned char *data
-v int sectors
-v int bytes
@
=end Class
Class=JobProgress
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=13.8.2007
Documentation=\
JobProgress reflects the state and parts of the history of a job
Cgen=\
cevapprogress
# Keeping an eye on the drive buffer
-v int nominal_write_speed
-v off_t pessimistic_buffer_free
-v int pbf_altered
-v unsigned int pessimistic_writes
-v unsigned int waited_writes
-v unsigned int waited_tries
-v unsigned int waited_usec
# >>> the info provided by struct burn_progress
# >>>
@
=end Class
Class=
Author=Thomas Schmitt <scdbackup@gmx.net>
Version=1.0
Since=
Documentation=\
=end Class
=end ClassDiagram=Equip_overview
ClassDiagram=Gestures_overview
# >>>
=end ClassDiagram=Gestures_overview
=end Model=libdax
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Notes:
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Compile cgen:
( cd libcevap && cc -g -o cgen cgen.c ctyp.c smem.c )
Generate C stubs:
( cd libcevap && ./libcevap_gen.sh )
Option -lowercase would generate all lowercase struct and function names
Compile test:
( cd libcevap && ( rm a.out ; cc -g main.c cevap*.c smem.c ) )
Option -DCevap_lowercasE would tell main.c that -lowercase was used above.
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For a description of CgeN see libcevap/cgen.txt
The generated code uses smem.[ch] out of one of my BSD licensed projects.
For a description see end of libcevap/smem.h .
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