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Thomas Schmitt 15 years ago
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commit 61b5c9c508

@ -327,13 +327,14 @@ permissions of the existing files in the image do not apply to your write
operations. They are intended to be in effect with the read-only mounted image.
.PP
If the iso_rr_path of a newly inserted file leads to an existing
file object in the ISO image, then the following
.B collision handling
file object in the ISO image, then the following collision handling
happens:
.br
If both objects are directories then they get merged by recursively inserting
the subobjects from filesystem into ISO image.
If other file types collide then the setting of command -overwrite decides.
If other file types collide then the setting of command
.B \-overwrite
decides.
.br
Renaming of files has similar collision handling, but directories can only
be replaced, not merged.
@ -378,8 +379,12 @@ Insert the given files or directory trees from filesystem
into the ISO image.
.br
If -graft-points is set then pattern expansion is always disabled and
character '=' has a special meaning. It eventually divides the ISO image path
from the disk path: iso_rr_path=disk_path . '=' can be escaped by '\\'.
character '=' has a special meaning. It eventually separates the ISO image path
from the disk path:
.br
iso_rr_path=disk_path
.br
The separator '=' can be escaped by '\\'.
If iso_rr_path does not begin with '/' then -cd is prepended.
If disk_path does not begin with '/' then -cdx is prepended.
.br
@ -395,7 +400,7 @@ The resulting words are used as both, iso_rr_path and disk path. Eventually
Like -add but read the pathspecs from file disk_path.
One pathspec per line.
.TP
> \fB\-cp_r\fR disk_path [...] iso_rr_path
> \fB\-cp_r\fR disk_path [***] iso_rr_path
Insert the given files or directory trees from filesystem
into the ISO image.
Use the same rules for generating the ISO addresses as
@ -748,11 +753,15 @@ List files in the ISO image which match shell patterns (i.e. with wildcards '*'
If a pattern does not begin with '/' then it is compared with addresses
relative to -cd, the current working directory in the ISO image.
Note that this resembles rather shell command ls -d than command ls.
.br
Pattern expansion may be disabled by command -iso_rr_pattern.
.TP
\fB\-lsx\fR disk_pattern [***]
List files on local filesystem which match shell patterns. Patterns which do
not begin with '/' are used relative to -cdx, the current working directory in
the local filesystem.
.br
Pattern expansion may be disabled by command -disk_pattern.
.TP
\fB\-ls_l\fR iso_rr_pattern [***]
Like -ls but also list some of the file attributes.

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