Corrected xorriso docs about meaning of -jigdo-map and .md5 file addresses

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Thomas Schmitt 13 years ago
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@ -2430,8 +2430,11 @@ listed in the .jigdo file and externally referenced in the .template file.
Each desired file is represented in the .md5 file by a single text line:
.br
MD5 as 32 hex digits, 2 blanks, size as 12 decimal digits or blanks, 2 blanks,
basename of file in the disk filesystem (directory path is allowed but gets
ignored).
file address
.br
The file address in an .md5 line has to bear the same basename as the
absolute disk_path of the file which it shall match. The directory path of
the file address is decisive for To=From mapping, not for file recognition.
.br
If the list of jigdo parameters is not empty, then xorriso will refuse to
write to non-blank targets, it will disable multi-session emulation, and
@ -2449,48 +2452,59 @@ No .jigdo and .template file will be produced.
.br
\fBtemplate_path\fR sets the disk_path for the .template file with the
holed and compressed ISO image copy.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-template
.br
\fBjigdo_path\fR sets the disk_path for the .jigdo file with the checksums
and download addresses for filling the holes in .template.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-jigdo
.br
\fBmd5_path\fR sets the disk_path where to find the .md5 input file.
.br
Alias: -md5-list
.br
\fBmin_size\fR sets the minimum size for a data file to be listed
in the .jigdo file and being a hole in the .template file.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-min-file-size
.br
\fBexclude\fR adds a regular expression pattern which will get compared
with the absolute disk_path of any data file. A match causes the file to
stay in .template in any case.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-exclude
.br
\fBdemand_md5\fR adds a regular expression pattern which will get compared
with the absolute disk_path of any data file that was not found in the .md5
list. A match currently causes sudden program abort.
(Should become a MISHAP event.)
.br
Alias: -jigdo-force-md5
.br
\fBmapping\fR adds a string pair of the form To=From to the parameter list.
The absolute disk_path of any file that will be listed in the .jigdo file will
be checked whether it begins with the From string. If so, this string will
be replaced by the To string and a ':' character. The From string should end
by a '/' character.
If a data file gets listed in the .jigdo file, then it is referred by the
file address from its line in the .md5 file. This file address gets checked
whether it begins with the From string. If so, then this string will be
replaced by the To string and a ':' character, before it goes into the .jigdo
file. The From string should end by a '/' character.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-map
.br
\fBcompression\fR chooses one of "bzip2" or "gzip" for the compression of
the template file. The jigdo file is put out uncompressed.
.br
Alias: -jigdo-template-compress
.br
\fBchecksum_iso\fR chooses one or more of "md5", "sha1", "sha256", "sha512"
for the auxiliary "# Image Hex" checksums in the jigdo file. The value may e.g.
look like "md5,sha1,sha512". Value "all" chooses all available algorithms.
Note that MD5 stays always enabled.
.br
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_iso
.br
\fBchecksum_template\fR is like checksum_iso but for "# Template Hex".
.br
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_template
.TP
.B Character sets:

@ -2166,8 +2166,11 @@ be listed in the .jigdo file and externally referenced in the .template
file. Each desired file is represented in the .md5 file by a single
text line:
MD5 as 32 hex digits, 2 blanks, size as 12 decimal digits or blanks, 2
blanks, basename of file in the disk filesystem (directory path is
allowed but gets ignored).
blanks, file address
The file address in an .md5 line has to bear the same basename as the
absolute disk_path of the file which it shall match. The directory path
of the file address is decisive for To=From mapping, not for file
recognition.
If the list of jigdo parameters is not empty, then xorriso will refuse
to write to non-blank targets, it will disable multi-session emulation,
and eventual padding will be counted as part of the ISO image.
@ -2180,27 +2183,33 @@ and eventual padding will be counted as part of the ISO image.
Parameter *clear* with any value empties the whole list. No
.jigdo and .template file will be produced.
*template_path* sets the disk_path for the .template file with the
holed and compressed ISO image copy. Alias: -jigdo-template
holed and compressed ISO image copy.
Alias: -jigdo-template
*jigdo_path* sets the disk_path for the .jigdo file with the
checksums and download addresses for filling the holes in
.template. Alias: -jigdo-jigdo
.template.
Alias: -jigdo-jigdo
*md5_path* sets the disk_path where to find the .md5 input file.
Alias: -md5-list
*min_size* sets the minimum size for a data file to be listed in
the .jigdo file and being a hole in the .template file. Alias:
-jigdo-min-file-size
the .jigdo file and being a hole in the .template file.
Alias: -jigdo-min-file-size
*exclude* adds a regular expression pattern which will get compared
with the absolute disk_path of any data file. A match causes the
file to stay in .template in any case. Alias: -jigdo-exclude
file to stay in .template in any case.
Alias: -jigdo-exclude
*demand_md5* adds a regular expression pattern which will get
compared with the absolute disk_path of any data file that was not
found in the .md5 list. A match currently causes sudden program
abort. (Should become a MISHAP event.) Alias: -jigdo-force-md5
abort. (Should become a MISHAP event.)
Alias: -jigdo-force-md5
*mapping* adds a string pair of the form To=From to the parameter
list. The absolute disk_path of any file that will be listed in
the .jigdo file will be checked whether it begins with the From
string. If so, this string will be replaced by the To string and a
':' character. The From string should end by a '/' character.
list. If a data file gets listed in the .jigdo file, then it is
referred by the file address from its line in the .md5 file. This
file address gets checked whether it begins with the From string.
If so, then this string will be replaced by the To string and a
':' character, before it goes into the .jigdo file. The From
string should end by a '/' character.
Alias: -jigdo-map
*compression* chooses one of "bzip2" or "gzip" for the compression
of the template file. The jigdo file is put out uncompressed.
@ -2209,7 +2218,8 @@ and eventual padding will be counted as part of the ISO image.
"sha512" for the auxiliary "# Image Hex" checksums in the jigdo
file. The value may e.g. look like "md5,sha1,sha512". Value "all"
chooses all available algorithms. Note that MD5 stays always
enabled. Alias: -checksum_algorithm_iso
enabled.
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_iso
*checksum_template* is like checksum_iso but for "# Template Hex".
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_template
@ -3911,7 +3921,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -indev aquires a drive for input: AqDrive. (line 22)
* -iso_rr_pattern controls pattern expansion: Manip. (line 10)
* -jigdo clears JTE or sets input/output character set: Jigdo.
(line 28)
(line 31)
* -joliet enables production of Joliet tree: SetWrite. (line 10)
* -list_delimiter replaces '--': Scripting. (line 38)
* -list_formats lists available formats: Writing. (line 107)
@ -4129,7 +4139,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Insert, pathspecs, -add: Insert. (line 42)
* Insert, piece of data file, -cut_out: Insert. (line 126)
* iso_rr_path, _definition: Insert. (line 7)
* Jigdo Template Extraction, -jigdo: Jigdo. (line 28)
* Jigdo Template Extraction, -jigdo: Jigdo. (line 31)
* Jigdo Template Extraction, _definition: Jigdo. (line 6)
* List delimiter, _definiton: Processing. (line 8)
* MBR, _definiton: Extras. (line 26)
@ -4277,37 +4287,37 @@ Node: Writing79789
Node: SetWrite86078
Node: Bootable98029
Node: Jigdo107119
Node: Charset110943
Node: Exception113694
Node: DialogCtl118209
Node: Inquiry120554
Node: Navigate124684
Node: Verify132282
Node: Restore140702
Node: Emulation147358
Node: Scripting155358
Node: Frontend160920
Node: Examples162121
Node: ExDevices163290
Node: ExCreate163924
Node: ExDialog165198
Node: ExGrowing166460
Node: ExModifying167262
Node: ExBootable167763
Node: ExCharset168310
Node: ExPseudo169138
Node: ExCdrecord170032
Node: ExMkisofs170347
Node: ExGrowisofs171350
Node: ExException172474
Node: ExTime172928
Node: ExIncBackup173387
Node: ExRestore176859
Node: ExRecovery177828
Node: Files178394
Node: Seealso179622
Node: Legal180146
Node: CommandIdx181068
Node: ConceptIdx195012
Node: Charset111222
Node: Exception113973
Node: DialogCtl118488
Node: Inquiry120833
Node: Navigate124963
Node: Verify132561
Node: Restore140981
Node: Emulation147637
Node: Scripting155637
Node: Frontend161199
Node: Examples162400
Node: ExDevices163569
Node: ExCreate164203
Node: ExDialog165477
Node: ExGrowing166739
Node: ExModifying167541
Node: ExBootable168042
Node: ExCharset168589
Node: ExPseudo169417
Node: ExCdrecord170311
Node: ExMkisofs170626
Node: ExGrowisofs171629
Node: ExException172753
Node: ExTime173207
Node: ExIncBackup173666
Node: ExRestore177138
Node: ExRecovery178107
Node: Files178673
Node: Seealso179901
Node: Legal180425
Node: CommandIdx181347
Node: ConceptIdx195291

End Tag Table

@ -2904,8 +2904,11 @@ listed in the .jigdo file and externally referenced in the .template file.
Each desired file is represented in the .md5 file by a single text line:
@*
MD5 as 32 hex digits, 2 blanks, size as 12 decimal digits or blanks, 2 blanks,
basename of file in the disk filesystem (directory path is allowed but gets
ignored).
file address
@*
The file address in an .md5 line has to bear the same basename as the
absolute disk_path of the file which it shall match. The directory path of
the file address is decisive for To=From mapping, not for file recognition.
@*
If the list of jigdo parameters is not empty, then xorriso will refuse to
write to non-blank targets, it will disable multi-session emulation, and
@ -2927,48 +2930,59 @@ No .jigdo and .template file will be produced.
@*
@strong{template_path} sets the disk_path for the .template file with the
holed and compressed ISO image copy.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-template
@*
@strong{jigdo_path} sets the disk_path for the .jigdo file with the checksums
and download addresses for filling the holes in .template.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-jigdo
@*
@strong{md5_path} sets the disk_path where to find the .md5 input file.
@*
Alias: -md5-list
@*
@strong{min_size} sets the minimum size for a data file to be listed
in the .jigdo file and being a hole in the .template file.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-min-file-size
@*
@strong{exclude} adds a regular expression pattern which will get compared
with the absolute disk_path of any data file. A match causes the file to
stay in .template in any case.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-exclude
@*
@strong{demand_md5} adds a regular expression pattern which will get compared
with the absolute disk_path of any data file that was not found in the .md5
list. A match currently causes sudden program abort.
(Should become a MISHAP event.)
@*
Alias: -jigdo-force-md5
@*
@strong{mapping} adds a string pair of the form To=From to the parameter list.
The absolute disk_path of any file that will be listed in the .jigdo file will
be checked whether it begins with the From string. If so, this string will
be replaced by the To string and a ':' character. The From string should end
by a '/' character.
If a data file gets listed in the .jigdo file, then it is referred by the
file address from its line in the .md5 file. This file address gets checked
whether it begins with the From string. If so, then this string will be
replaced by the To string and a ':' character, before it goes into the .jigdo
file. The From string should end by a '/' character.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-map
@*
@strong{compression} chooses one of "bzip2" or "gzip" for the compression of
the template file. The jigdo file is put out uncompressed.
@*
Alias: -jigdo-template-compress
@*
@strong{checksum_iso} chooses one or more of "md5", "sha1", "sha256", "sha512"
for the auxiliary "# Image Hex" checksums in the jigdo file. The value may e.g.
look like "md5,sha1,sha512". Value "all" chooses all available algorithms.
Note that MD5 stays always enabled.
@*
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_iso
@*
@strong{checksum_template} is like checksum_iso but for "# Template Hex".
@*
Alias: -checksum_algorithm_template
@end table
@c man .TP

@ -1 +1 @@
#define Xorriso_timestamP "2010.10.03.082304"
#define Xorriso_timestamP "2010.10.03.171305"

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