New -alter_date types: a-c , m-c , b-c , c

master
Thomas Schmitt 9 years ago
parent 712ecf55f8
commit 93b2c7e513
  1. 9
      xorriso/parse_exec.c
  2. 30
      xorriso/xorriso.1
  3. 108
      xorriso/xorriso.info
  4. 30
      xorriso/xorriso.texi
  5. 2
      xorriso/xorriso_timestamp.h

@ -2675,12 +2675,21 @@ int Xorriso_convert_datestring(struct XorrisO *xorriso, char *cmd,
{
int ret;
*t_type= 0;
if(strcmp(time_type, "a")==0)
(*t_type)|= 1;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "a-c")==0)
(*t_type)|= 1 | 256;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "m")==0)
(*t_type)|= 4;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "m-c")==0)
(*t_type)|= 4 | 256;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "b")==0)
(*t_type)|= 5;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "b-c")==0)
(*t_type)|= 5 | 256;
else if(strcmp(time_type, "c")==0)
(*t_type)|= 2 | 256;
else {
sprintf(xorriso->info_text, "%s: Unrecognized type '%s'", cmd, time_type);
if(!(flag & 1))

@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.3, Nov 14, 2013"
.TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.3, Nov 27, 2013"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\"
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -1613,9 +1613,18 @@ must be represented as \\XYZ by their octal 8\-bit code XYZ.
Use code \\000 for 0\-bytes.
.TP
\fB\-alter_date\fR type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
Alter the date entries of a file in the ISO image. type is
one of "a", "m", "b" for access time, modification time,
both times.
Alter the date entries of files in the ISO image. type may be one of
the following:
.br
"a" sets access time, updates ctime.
.br
"m" sets modification time, updates ctime.
.br
"b" sets access time and modification time, updates ctime.
.br
"a\-c", "m\-c", and "b\-c" set the times without updating ctime.
.br
"c" sets the ctime.
.br
timestring may be in the following formats
(see also section EXAMPLES):
@ -1656,6 +1665,10 @@ These are normally given as GMT. The suffix "LOC" causes local timezone
conversion. E.g. 2013010720574700, 2013010720574700LOC.
The last two digits cc (centiseconds) will be ignored, but must be present
in order to make the format recognizable.
.br
Example:
.br
\-alter_date m\-c 2013.11.27.103951 /file1 /file2 \-\-
.TP
\fB\-alter_date_r\fR type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
Like \-alter_date but affecting all files below eventual directories.
@ -5072,8 +5085,11 @@ $ xorriso \-outdev /dev/sr0 \-blank as_needed \\
.SS
.B Change existing file name tree from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8
This example assumes that the existing ISO image was written with character
set ISO\-8859\-1 but that the readers expected UTF\-8. Now a new session with
the same files gets added with converted file names.
set ISO\-8859\-1 but that the readers expected UTF\-8. Now a new session
gets added with converted file names.
Command \-changes_pending "yes" enables writing despite the lack of any
manipulation command.
.br
In order to avoid any weaknesses of the local character set, this command
pretends that it uses already the final target set UTF\-8.
Therefore strange file names may appear in messages, which
@ -5083,7 +5099,7 @@ $ xorriso \-in_charset ISO\-8859\-1 \-local_charset UTF\-8 \\
.br
\-out_charset UTF\-8 \-backslash_codes on \-dev /dev/sr0 \\
.br
\-alter_date m +0 / \-\- \-commit \-eject all
\-changes_pending yes \-commit \-eject all
.SS
.B Operate on storage facilities other than optical drives
Full read\-write operation is possible with regular files and block devices:

@ -1470,8 +1470,13 @@ whether they stem from the loaded image or were newly inserted.
\XYZ by their octal 8-bit code XYZ. Use code \000 for 0-bytes.
-alter_date type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
Alter the date entries of a file in the ISO image. type is one of
"a", "m", "b" for access time, modification time, both times.
Alter the date entries of files in the ISO image. type may be one
of the following:
"a" sets access time, updates ctime.
"m" sets modification time, updates ctime.
"b" sets access time and modification time, updates ctime.
"a-c", "m-c", and "b-c" set the times without updating ctime.
"c" sets the ctime.
timestring may be in the following formats (see also section
EXAMPLES):
As expected by program date: MMDDhhmm[[CC]YY][.ss]]
@ -1494,6 +1499,8 @@ whether they stem from the loaded image or were newly inserted.
timezone conversion. E.g. 2013010720574700, 2013010720574700LOC.
The last two digits cc (centiseconds) will be ignored, but must be
present in order to make the format recognizable.
Example:
-alter_date m-c 2013.11.27.103951 /file1 /file2 -
-alter_date_r type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
Like -alter_date but affecting all files below eventual
@ -4418,15 +4425,16 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ExCharset, Next: ExPseudo, Prev: ExBootable, Up: E
This example assumes that the existing ISO image was written with
character set ISO-8859-1 but that the readers expected UTF-8. Now a new
session with the same files gets added with converted file names. In
order to avoid any weaknesses of the local character set, this command
pretends that it uses already the final target set UTF-8. Therefore
strange file names may appear in messages, which will be made
session gets added with converted file names. Command -changes_pending
"yes" enables writing despite the lack of any manipulation command.
In order to avoid any weaknesses of the local character set, this
command pretends that it uses already the final target set UTF-8.
Therefore strange file names may appear in messages, which will be made
terminal-safe by command -backslash_codes.
$ xorriso -in_charset ISO-8859-1 -local_charset UTF-8 \
-out_charset UTF-8 -backslash_codes on -dev /dev/sr0 \
-alter_date m +0 / -- -commit -eject all
-changes_pending yes -commit -eject all

File: xorriso.info, Node: ExPseudo, Next: ExCdrecord, Prev: ExCharset, Up: Examples
@ -4843,7 +4851,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -add inserts one or more paths: Insert. (line 46)
* -add_plainly inserts one or more paths: Insert. (line 65)
* -alter_date sets timestamps in ISO image: Manip. (line 154)
* -alter_date_r sets timestamps in ISO image: Manip. (line 180)
* -alter_date_r sets timestamps in ISO image: Manip. (line 187)
* -append_partition adds arbitrary file after image end: Bootable.
(line 249)
* -application_id sets application id: SetWrite. (line 192)
@ -4931,7 +4939,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: CommandIdx, Next: ConceptIdx, Prev: Legal, Up: Top
* -hardlinks controls handling of hard links: Loading. (line 134)
* -help prints help text: Scripting. (line 20)
* -hfsplus enables production of HFS+ partition: SetWrite. (line 14)
* -hide excludes file names from directory trees: Manip. (line 184)
* -hide excludes file names from directory trees: Manip. (line 191)
* -history brings text into readline history: Scripting. (line 44)
* -in_charset sets input character set: Loading. (line 116)
* -indev acquires a drive for input: AqDrive. (line 24)
@ -5166,7 +5174,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Hard links, control handling, -hardlinks: Loading. (line 134)
* HFS+ allocation block size: Bootable. (line 237)
* HFS+ serial number: Bootable. (line 234)
* hidden, set in ISO image, -hide: Manip. (line 184)
* hidden, set in ISO image, -hide: Manip. (line 191)
* Image reading, cache size, -data_cache_size: Loading. (line 296)
* Image, _definition: Model. (line 9)
* Image, demand volume ID, -assert_volid: Loading. (line 108)
@ -5319,7 +5327,7 @@ File: xorriso.info, Node: ConceptIdx, Prev: CommandIdx, Up: Top
* Table-of-content, search sessions, -rom_toc_scan: Loading. (line 238)
* Table-of-content, show, -toc: Inquiry. (line 28)
* Timestamps, set in ISO image, -alter_date: Manip. (line 154)
* Timestamps, set in ISO image, -alter_date_r: Manip. (line 180)
* Timestamps, set in ISO image, -alter_date_r: Manip. (line 187)
* Tree, disk, traverse, -findx: Navigate. (line 106)
* Tree, ISO, traverse and alter, -find: CmdFind. (line 7)
* Verify, check blocks, -check_media: Verify. (line 21)
@ -5375,44 +5383,44 @@ Node: Loading30836
Node: Insert47765
Node: SetInsert57964
Node: Manip66541
Node: CmdFind76050
Node: Filter91092
Node: Writing95648
Node: SetWrite105779
Node: Bootable126104
Node: Jigdo142494
Node: Charset146741
Node: Exception149503
Node: DialogCtl155623
Node: Inquiry158221
Node: Navigate164538
Node: Verify172836
Node: Restore181868
Node: Emulation188955
Node: Scripting199257
Node: Frontend207028
Node: Examples216635
Node: ExDevices217813
Node: ExCreate218472
Node: ExDialog219757
Node: ExGrowing221022
Node: ExModifying221827
Node: ExBootable222331
Node: ExCharset222883
Node: ExPseudo223704
Node: ExCdrecord224602
Node: ExMkisofs224919
Node: ExGrowisofs226259
Node: ExException227394
Node: ExTime227848
Node: ExIncBackup228307
Node: ExRestore232287
Node: ExRecovery233220
Node: Files233790
Node: Seealso235089
Node: Bugreport235812
Node: Legal236393
Node: CommandIdx237404
Node: ConceptIdx254066
Node: CmdFind76321
Node: Filter91363
Node: Writing95919
Node: SetWrite106050
Node: Bootable126375
Node: Jigdo142765
Node: Charset147012
Node: Exception149774
Node: DialogCtl155894
Node: Inquiry158492
Node: Navigate164809
Node: Verify173107
Node: Restore182139
Node: Emulation189226
Node: Scripting199528
Node: Frontend207299
Node: Examples216906
Node: ExDevices218084
Node: ExCreate218743
Node: ExDialog220028
Node: ExGrowing221293
Node: ExModifying222098
Node: ExBootable222602
Node: ExCharset223154
Node: ExPseudo224046
Node: ExCdrecord224944
Node: ExMkisofs225261
Node: ExGrowisofs226601
Node: ExException227736
Node: ExTime228190
Node: ExIncBackup228649
Node: ExRestore232629
Node: ExRecovery233562
Node: Files234132
Node: Seealso235431
Node: Bugreport236154
Node: Legal236735
Node: CommandIdx237746
Node: ConceptIdx254408

End Tag Table

@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
@c man .\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
@c man .\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
@c man .\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
@c man .TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.3, Nov 14, 2013"
@c man .TH XORRISO 1 "Version 1.3.3, Nov 27, 2013"
@c man .\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
@c man .\"
@c man .\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -1981,9 +1981,18 @@ Use code \000 for 0-bytes.
@item -alter_date type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
@kindex -alter_date sets timestamps in ISO image
@cindex Timestamps, set in ISO image, -alter_date
Alter the date entries of a file in the ISO image. type is
one of "a", "m", "b" for access time, modification time,
both times.
Alter the date entries of files in the ISO image. type may be one of
the following:
@*
"a" sets access time, updates ctime.
@*
"m" sets modification time, updates ctime.
@*
"b" sets access time and modification time, updates ctime.
@*
"a-c", "m-c", and "b-c" set the times without updating ctime.
@*
"c" sets the ctime.
@*
timestring may be in the following formats
(see also section EXAMPLES):
@ -2024,6 +2033,10 @@ These are normally given as GMT. The suffix "LOC" causes local timezone
conversion. E.g. 2013010720574700, 2013010720574700LOC.
The last two digits cc (centiseconds) will be ignored, but must be present
in order to make the format recognizable.
@*
Example:
@*
-alter_date m-c 2013.11.27.103951 /file1 /file2 --
@c man .TP
@item -alter_date_r type timestring iso_rr_path [***]
@kindex -alter_date_r sets timestamps in ISO image
@ -5947,8 +5960,11 @@ $ xorriso -outdev /dev/sr0 -blank as_needed \
@node ExCharset, ExPseudo, ExBootable, Examples
@section Change existing file name tree from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8
This example assumes that the existing ISO image was written with character
set ISO-8859-1 but that the readers expected UTF-8. Now a new session with
the same files gets added with converted file names.
set ISO-8859-1 but that the readers expected UTF-8. Now a new session
gets added with converted file names.
Command -changes_pending "yes" enables writing despite the lack of any
manipulation command.
@*
In order to avoid any weaknesses of the local character set, this command
pretends that it uses already the final target set UTF-8.
Therefore strange file names may appear in messages, which
@ -5959,7 +5975,7 @@ $ xorriso -in_charset ISO-8859-1 -local_charset UTF-8 \
@*
-out_charset UTF-8 -backslash_codes on -dev /dev/sr0 \
@*
-alter_date m +0 / @minus{}@minus{} -commit -eject all
-changes_pending yes -commit -eject all
@c man .SS
@c man .B Operate on storage facilities other than optical drives
@node ExPseudo, ExCdrecord, ExCharset, Examples

@ -1 +1 @@
#define Xorriso_timestamP "2013.11.18.140456"
#define Xorriso_timestamP "2013.11.27.094951"

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