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Vreixo Formoso
Mario Danic
Thomas Schmitt

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Vreixo Formoso <metalpain2002@yahoo.es>,
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Copyright (C) 2007-2008 Vreixo Formoso, Mario Danic, Thomas Schmitt
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Installation Instructions
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Unfortunately, this technique does not work for `CONFIG_SHELL' due to
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CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash /bin/bash ./configure CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash
`configure' Invocation
======================
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`--help'
`-h'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--version'
`-V'
Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
script, and exit.
`--cache-file=FILE'
Enable the cache: use and save the results of the tests in FILE,
traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
disable caching.
`--config-cache'
`-C'
Alias for `--cache-file=config.cache'.
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made. To
suppress all normal output, redirect it to `/dev/null' (any error
messages will still be shown).
`--srcdir=DIR'
Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
`configure' can determine that directory automatically.
`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
`configure --help' for more details.

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pkgconfigdir=$(libdir)/pkgconfig
libincludedir=$(includedir)/libisofs
lib_LTLIBRARIES = libisofs/libisofs.la
## ========================================================================= ##
# Build libraries
libisofs_libisofs_la_LDFLAGS = \
-version-info $(LT_CURRENT):$(LT_REVISION):$(LT_AGE)
libisofs_libisofs_la_SOURCES = \
libisofs/builder.h \
libisofs/builder.c \
libisofs/node.h \
libisofs/node.c \
libisofs/tree.h \
libisofs/tree.c \
libisofs/image.h \
libisofs/image.c \
libisofs/fsource.h \
libisofs/fsource.c \
libisofs/fs_local.c \
libisofs/fs_image.c \
libisofs/messages.h \
libisofs/messages.c \
libisofs/libiso_msgs.h \
libisofs/libiso_msgs.c \
libisofs/stream.h \
libisofs/stream.c \
libisofs/util.h \
libisofs/util.c \
libisofs/util_rbtree.c \
libisofs/util_htable.c \
libisofs/filesrc.h \
libisofs/filesrc.c \
libisofs/ecma119.h \
libisofs/ecma119.c \
libisofs/ecma119_tree.h \
libisofs/ecma119_tree.c \
libisofs/writer.h \
libisofs/buffer.h \
libisofs/buffer.c \
libisofs/rockridge.h \
libisofs/rockridge.c \
libisofs/rockridge_read.c \
libisofs/joliet.h \
libisofs/joliet.c \
libisofs/eltorito.h \
libisofs/eltorito.c \
libisofs/iso1999.h \
libisofs/iso1999.c \
libisofs/data_source.c
libinclude_HEADERS = \
libisofs/libisofs.h
## ========================================================================= ##
## Build demo applications
noinst_PROGRAMS = \
demo/lsl \
demo/cat \
demo/catbuffer \
demo/tree \
demo/ecma119tree \
demo/iso \
demo/isoread \
demo/isocat \
demo/isomodify \
demo/isoms \
demo/isogrow
demo_lsl_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_lsl_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_lsl_SOURCES = demo/lsl.c
demo_cat_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_cat_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_cat_SOURCES = demo/cat.c
demo_catbuffer_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_catbuffer_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_catbuffer_SOURCES = demo/cat_buffer.c
demo_tree_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_tree_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_tree_SOURCES = demo/tree.c
demo_ecma119tree_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_ecma119tree_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_ecma119tree_SOURCES = demo/ecma119_tree.c
demo_iso_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_iso_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_iso_SOURCES = demo/iso.c
demo_isoread_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_isoread_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_isoread_SOURCES = demo/iso_read.c
demo_isocat_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_isocat_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_isocat_SOURCES = demo/iso_cat.c
demo_isomodify_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_isomodify_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_isomodify_SOURCES = demo/iso_modify.c
demo_isoms_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
demo_isoms_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS)
demo_isoms_SOURCES = demo/iso_ms.c
demo_isogrow_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs -Ilibburn
demo_isogrow_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS) -lburn
demo_isogrow_SOURCES = demo/iso_grow.c
## Build unit test
check_PROGRAMS = \
test/test
test_test_CPPFLAGS = -Ilibisofs
test_test_LDADD = $(libisofs_libisofs_la_OBJECTS) $(THREAD_LIBS) -lcunit
test_test_LDFLAGS = -L.. -lm
test_test_SOURCES = \
test/test.h \
test/test.c \
test/test_node.c \
test/test_image.c \
test/test_tree.c \
test/test_util.c \
test/test_rockridge.c \
test/test_stream.c \
test/mocked_fsrc.h \
test/mocked_fsrc.c
## ========================================================================= ##
## Build documentation (You need Doxygen for this to work)
docdir = $(DESTDIR)$(prefix)/share/doc/$(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
doc: doc/html
doc/html: doc/doxygen.conf
$(RM) -r doc/html; \
doxygen doc/doxygen.conf;
install-data-local:
if [ -d doc/html ]; then \
$(mkinstalldirs) $(docdir)/html; \
$(INSTALL_DATA) doc/html/* $(docdir)/html; \
fi
uninstall-local:
rm -rf $(docdir)
## ========================================================================= ##
# Extra things
nodist_pkgconfig_DATA = \
libisofs-1.pc
EXTRA_DIST = \
libisofs-1.pc.in \
version.h.in \
doc/doxygen.conf.in \
doc/Tutorial \
README \
AUTHORS \
COPYRIGHT \
COPYING \
NEWS \
INSTALL \
TODO \
ChangeLog \
Roadmap

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== unknown ==
Libisofs v0.6.4
===============
-
== Fri Feb 22 2008 ==
Libisofs v0.6.2.1
=================
- FIX: missing buffer.h in tarball
== Thu Feb 14 2008 ==
Libisofs v0.6.2
================
- Initial release

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------
libisofs
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Released under GPL (see COPYING file for details).
Copyright (C) 2008 Vreixo Formoso, Mario Danic, Thomas Schmitt
libisofs is part of the libburnia project (libburnia-project.org)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
libisofs is a library to create an ISO-9660 filesystem, and supports extensions
like RockRidge or Joliet. It is also a full featured ISO-9660 editor, allowing
you to modify an ISO image or multisession disc, including file addition and
removal, change of file names and attributes, etc
Features:
---------
- Image creation
- Creates ISO-9660 images from local files.
- Support for RockRidge and Joliet extensions.
- Support for ISO-9660:1999 (version 2)
- Support for El-Torito bootable images.
- Full featured edition of file names and attributes on the image.
- Several options to relax ISO-9660 constraints.
- Special options for images intended for distribution (suitable default
modes for files, hiding of real timestamps...)
- Multisession
- Support for growing an existing image
- Full-featured edition of the image files, including: addition of new
files, removing of existent files, moving files, renaming files,
change file attributes (permissions, timestamps...)
- Support for "emulated multisession" or image growing, suitable for non
multisession media such as DVD+RW
- Image modification
- It can create a completely new image from files on another image.
- Full-featured edition of image contents
- Others
- Handling of different input and output charset
- Good integration with libburn for image burning.
- Reliable, good handling of different kind of errors.
Requirements:
-------------
- libburn 0.4.2 headers must be installed at compile time. It is not required
at runtime.
Know bugs:
----------
Multisession and image growing can lead to undesired results in several cases:
a) Images with unsupported features, such as:
- UDF.
- HSF/HFS+ or other Mac extensions.
- El-Torito with multiple entries.
- ECMA-119 with extended attributes, multiple extends per file.
- Non El-Torito boot info.
- zisofs compressed images.
- ...
In all these cases, the resulting new image (or new session) could lack some
features of the original image.
In some cases libisofs will issue warning messages, or even refuse to grow
or modify the image. Others remain undetected. Images created with libisofs
do not have this problems.
b) Bootable El-Torito images may have several problems, that result in a new
image that is not bootable, or that boots from an outdated session. In many
cases it is recommended to add boot info again in the new session.
- isolinux images won't be bootable after a modify. This is because
isolinux images need to have hardcoded the root dir lba. libisofs cannot
know whether an image is an isolinux image or not, so the user is
responsible to tell libisofs that it must patch the image, with the
el_torito_patch_isolinux_image() function. This problem could also exists
on other boot images.
- Most boot images are highly dependent of the image contents, so if the
user moves or removes some files on image it is possible they won't boot
anymore.
- There is no safer way to modify hidden boot images, as the size of the
boot image can't be figured out.
c) Generated images could have different ECMA-119 low level names, due to
different way to mangle names, to new files added that force old files to
be renamed, to different relaxed contraints... This only affect the
ISO-9660 info, not the RR names, so it shouldn't be a problem in most
cases. If your app. relies on low level ISO-9660 names, you will need to
ensure all node names are valid ISO names (maybe together with some
relaxed contraints), otherwise libisofs might arbitrarily change the names.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Download, Build and Installation
libisofs code is mantained in a Bazaar repository at Launchpad
(https://launchpad.net/libisofs/). You can download it with:
$ bzr branch lp:libisofs
Our build system is based on autotools. For preparing the build you will need
autotools of at least version 1.7. If you have download the code from the
repository, first of all you need to execute
./autogen.sh
on toplevel dir to execute autotools.
Alternatively you may unpack a release tarball for which you do not need
autotools installed.
To build libisofs it should be sufficient to go into its toplevel directory
and execute
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
To make the libraries accessible for running resp. developing applications
make install
See INSTALL file for further details.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Overview of libburnia-project.org
libburnia-project.org is an open-source software project for reading, mastering
and writing optical discs.
For now this means only CD media and all single layer DVD media except DVD+R.
The project comprises of several more or less interdependent parts which
together strive to be a usable foundation for application development.
These are libraries, language bindings, and middleware binaries which emulate
classical (and valuable) Linux tools.
Our scope is currently Linux 2.4 and 2.6 only. For ports to other systems
we would need : login on a development machine resp. a live OS on CD or DVD,
advise from a system person about the equivalent of Linux sg or FreeBSD CAM,
volunteers for testing of realistic use cases.
We have a workable code base for burning CD and most single layer DVD.
The burn API is quite comprehensively documented and can be used to build a
presentable application.
We have a functional binary which emulates parts of cdrecord in order to
prove that usability, and in order to allow you to explore libburnia's scope
by help of existing cdrecord frontends.
The project components (list subject to growth, hopefully):
- libburn is the library by which preformatted data get onto optical media.
It uses either /dev/sgN (e.g. on kernel 2.4 with ide-scsi) or
/dev/hdX (e.g. on kernel 2.6).
libburn is the foundation of our cdrecord emulation. Its code is
independent of cdrecord. Its DVD capabilities are learned from
studying the code of dvd+rw-tools and MMC-5 specs. No code but only
the pure SCSI knowledge has been taken from dvd+rw-tools, though.
- libisofs is the library to pack up hard disk files and directories into a
ISO 9660 disk image. This may then be brought to media via libburn.
libisofs is to be the foundation of our upcoming mkisofs emulation.
- cdrskin is a limited cdrecord compatibility wrapper for libburn.
Cdrecord is a powerful GPL'ed burn program included in Joerg
Schilling's cdrtools. cdrskin strives to be a second source for
the services traditionally provided by cdrecord. Additionally it
provides libburn's DVD capabilities, where only -sao is compatible
with cdrecord.
cdrskin does not contain any bytes copied from cdrecord's sources.
Many bytes have been copied from the message output of cdrecord
runs, though.
See cdrskin/README and man cdrskin/cdrskin.1 for more.
- test is a collection of application gestures and examples given by the
authors of the library features. The main API example for libburn
is test/libburner.c .
Explore these examples if you look for inspiration.
We plan to be a responsive upstream. Bear with us. We are still practicing.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Project history as far as known to me:
- Founded in 2002 as it seems. See mailing list archives
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/libburn/
The site of this founder team is reachable and offers download of a
(somewhat outdated) tarball and from CVS :
http://icculus.org/burn/
Copyright holders and most probably founders:
Derek Foreman and Ben Jansens.
- I came to using libburn in 2005. Founded the cdrskin project and submitted
necessary patches which were accepted or implemented better. Except one
remaining patch which prevented cdrskin from using vanilla libburn from CVS.
The cdrskin project site is reachable and offers download of the heavily
patched (elsewise outdated) tarball under the name cdrskin-0.1.2 :
http://scdbackup.sourceforge.net/cdrskin_eng.html
It has meanwhile moved to use vanilla libburn.pykix.org , though.
Version 0.1.4 constitutes the first release of this kind.
- In July 2006 our team mate Mario Danic announced a revival of libburn
which by about nearly everybody else was perceived as unfriendly fork.
Derek Foreman four days later posted a message which expressed his
discontent.
The situation first caused me to publically regret it and then - after i
got the opportunity to move in with cdrskin - gave me true reason to
personally apologize to Derek Foreman, Ben Jansens and the contibutors at
icculus.org/burn. Posted to both projects:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/libburn/2006-August/000446.html
http://mailman-mail1.webfaction.com/pipermail/libburn-hackers/2006-August/000024.html
- Mid August 2006 project cdrskin established a branch office in
libburn.pykix.org so that all maintainers of our tools have one single place
to get the current (at least slightely) usable coordinated versions of
everything.
Project cdrskin will live forth independendly for a while but it is committed
to stay in sync with libburn.pykix.org (or some successor, if ever).
cdrskin is also committed to support icculus.org/burn if the pending fork
is made reality by content changes in that project. It will cease to maintain
a patched version of icculus.org/burn though. Precondition for a new
release of cdrskin on base of icculus.org/burn would be the pending
"whitelist patch" therefore.
I would rather prefer if both projects find consense and merge, or at least
cooperate. I have not given up hope totally, yet.
I, personally, will honor any approach.
- 2nd September 2006 the decision is made to strive for a consolidation of
copyright and a commitment to GPL in a reasonable and open minded way.
This is to avoid long term problems with code of unknown origin and
with finding consense among the not so clearly defined group of copyright
claimers and -holders.
libisofs is already claimed sole copyright Mario Danic.
cdrskin and libburner are already claimed sole copyright Thomas Schmitt.
Rewrites of other components will follow and concluded by claiming full
copyright within the group of libburn.pykix.org-copyright holders.
- 16th September 2006 feature freeze for release of libburn-0.2.2 .
- 20th September 2006 release of libburn-0.2.2 .
- 26th October 2006 feature freeze for cdrskin-0.2.4 based on libburn-0.2.3 .
This version of cdrskin is much more cdrecord compatible in repect
to drive addressing and audio features.
- 30th October 2006 release of cdrskin-0.2.4 .
- 13th November 2006 splitting releases of libburn+cdrskin from libisofs.
- 24th November 2006 release of libburn-0.2.6 and cdrskin-0.2.6 . cdrskin has
become suitable for unaware frontends as long as they perform only the core
of cdrecord use cases (including open-ended input streams, audio, and
multi-session).
- 28th November 2006 the umbrella project which encloses both, libisofs and
libburn, is now called libburnia. For the origin of this name, see
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liburnians .
- 16th January 2007 release of libburn-0.3.0 and cdrskin-0.3.0 . Now the scope
is widened to a first class of DVD media: overwriteable single layer types
DVD-RAM, DVD+RW, DVD-RW. This is not a cdrecord emulation but rather inspired
by dvd+rw-tools' "poor man" writing facility for this class of media.
Taking a bow towards Andy Polyakov.
- 11th February 2007 version 0.3.2 covers sequential DVD-RW and DVD-R with
multi-session and with DAO.
- 12th March 2007 version 0.3.4 supports DVD+R and thus covers all single layer
DVD media. Code for double layer DVD+/-R is implemented but awaits a tester
yet.
- 23th April 2007 version 0.3.6 follows the unanimous opinion of Linux kernel
people that one should not use /dev/sg on kernel 2.6.
- 31st July 2007 version 0.3.8 marks the first anniversary of libburn revival.
We look back on improved stability, a substantially extended list of media
and write modes, and better protection against typical user mishaps.
- 24th October 2007 version 0.4.0 is the foundation of new library libisoburn
and an upcomming integrated application for manipulating and writing
ISO 9660 + Rock Ridge images. cdrskin-0.4.0 got capabilities like growisofs
by these enhancements: growing of overwriteable media and disk files.
Taking again a bow towards Andy Polyakov.
- 26th Januar 2008 version 0.4.2 rectifies the version numbering so that we
reliably release libburn.so.4 as should have been done since libburn-0.3.2.
cdrskin now is by default linked dynamically and does a runtime check
to ensure not to be started with a libburn which is older than itself.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation. To be exact: version 2 of that License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Clarification in my name and in the name of Mario Danic, upcoming copyright
holders on toplevel of libburnia. To be fully in effect after the remaining
other copyrighted code has been replaced by ours and by copyright-free
contributions of our friends:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
We, the copyright holders, agree on the interpretation that
dynamical linking of our libraries constitutes "use of" and
not "derivation from" our work in the sense of GPL, provided
those libraries are compiled from our unaltered code.
Thus you may link our libraries dynamically with applications
which are not under GPL. You may distribute our libraries and
application tools in binary form, if you fulfill the usual
condition of GPL to offer a copy of the source code -altered
or unaltered- under GPL.
We ask you politely to use our work in open source spirit
and with the due reference to the entire open source community.
If there should really arise the case where above clarification
does not suffice to fulfill a clear and neat request in open source
spirit that would otherwise be declined for mere formal reasons,
only in that case we will duely consider to issue a special license
covering only that special case.
It is the open source idea of responsible freedom which will be
decisive and you will have to prove that you exhausted all own
means to qualify for GPL.
For now we are firmly committed to maintain one single license: GPL.
signed: Mario Danic, Thomas Schmitt

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>>>>>>>>>> RELEASE 0.6.1 (development) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
- Review error severities
OK - Prepare API for stability and compatibility check
- Documentation
>>>>>>>>>> RELEASE 0.6.2 (stable) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
- Intensive testing and bug fixing
>>>>>>>>>> RELEASE 0.6.3 (development) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
- Improves to public tree
-> Expose node extended info. Always compile it.
(little memory cost)
-> Review builder / tree / node relation
-> Optimize storage of children in node?
-> Inode object?
- Expose Builder and Streams
- Implement filters: compression, encryption...
- Consider some kind of plugin system for Builders, Filesystems and Filters.
- ECMA-119, Joliet, and ISO-9660:1999 writers can share most of the code.
Create a new writer as a generalization of these.
- Update Java bindings
>>>>>>>>>>> ......
>>>>>>>>>>> RELEASE 1.0.0 (stable) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
- UDF
- HFS

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FEATURES
========
TODO
====
#00001 (node.h) -> consider adding new timestamps to IsoTreeNode
#00004 (libisofs.h) -> Add a get_mime_type() function.
#00005 (node.c) -> optimize iso_dir_iter_take.
#00006 (libisofs.h) -> define more replace values when adding a node to a dir
#00007 (libisofs.h) -> expose iso_tree_add_new_file
#00008 (data_dource.c) -> guard against partial reads
#00009 (ecma119_tree.c/h) -> add true support for harlinks and inode numbers
#00010 (buffer.c) -> optimize ring buffer
#00011 (ecma119.c) -> guard against bad path table usage with more than 65535 dirs
#00012 (fs_image.c) -> support follow symlinks on imafe filesystem
#00013 (fs_image.c) -> check for unsupported flags when reading a dir record
#00014 (fs_image.c) -> more sanity checks to ensure dir record info is valid
#00015 (fs_image.c) -> take care of CD-ROM XA discs when reading SP entry
#00016 (fs_image.c) -> handle non RR ER entries
#00017 (fs_image.c) -> take advantage of other atts of PVD
#00018 (fs_image.c) -> check if there are more entries in the boot catalog
#00019 (fs_image.c) -> set IsoImage attribs from Joliet SVD?
#00020 (fs_image.c) -> handle RR info in Joliet tree
#00021 (fs_image.c) -> handle RR info in ISO 9660:1999 tree
#00022 (joliet.c) -> support relaxed constraints in joliet filenames
#00024 (libisofs.h) -> option to convert names to lower case for iso reading
#00025 (libisofs.h) -> support for merging old image files
#00026 (libisofs.h) -> add support for "hidden" bootable images.
#00027 (iso1999.h) -> Follow ISO 9660:1999 specs when sorting files
FIXME
=====

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acinclude.m4

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AC_DEFUN([TARGET_SHIZZLE],
[
ARCH=""
AC_MSG_CHECKING([target operating system])
case $target in
*-*-linux*)
ARCH=linux
LIBBURN_ARCH_LIBS=
;;
*-*-freebsd*)
ARCH=freebsd
LIBBURN_ARCH_LIBS=-lcam
;;
*)
AC_ERROR([You are attempting to compile for an unsupported platform])
;;
esac
AC_MSG_RESULT([$ARCH])
])

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bootstrap

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#!/bin/sh -x
aclocal
libtoolize --copy --force
autoconf
# ts A61101 : libburn is not prepared for config.h
# autoheader
automake --foreign --add-missing --copy --include-deps

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configure.ac

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AC_INIT([libisofs], [0.6.3], [http://libburnia-project.org])
AC_PREREQ([2.50])
dnl AC_CONFIG_HEADER([config.h])
AC_CANONICAL_HOST
AC_CANONICAL_TARGET
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([subdir-objects])
dnl A61101 This breaks Linux build (makes 32 bit off_t)
dnl http://sourceware.org/autobook/autobook/autobook_96.html says
dnl one must include some config.h and this was a pitfall.
dnl So why dig the pit at all ?
dnl AM_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h)
dnl
dnl if MAJOR or MINOR version changes, be sure to change AC_INIT above to match
dnl
dnl CURRENT and AGE describe the binary compatibility interval of a
dnl dynamic library.
dnl See also http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/manual.html#Interfaces
dnl
dnl The name of the library will be libisofs.so.$CURRENT-$AGE.$AGE.$REV
dnl In the terminology of this file:
dnl CURRENT = LT_CURRENT
dnl REV = LT_REVISION
dnl AGE = LT_AGE
dnl
dnl LT_CURRENT, LT_REVISION and LT_AGE get set directly now.
dnl
dnl SONAME of the emerging library is LT_CURRENT - LT_AGE.
dnl The linker will do no finer checks. Especially no age range check for
dnl the cdrskin binary. If SONAME matches, then the couple starts.
dnl
dnl Therefore a run time check is provided by libisofs function
dnl iso_lib_version(). It returns the major, minor and micro revision of the
dnl library. This means LIBISOFS_*_VERSION kept its second job which does not
dnl comply to the usual ways of configure.ac . I.e. now *officially* this is
dnl the source code release version as announced to the public. It has no
dnl conection to SONAME or libtool version numbering.
dnl It rather feeds the API function iso_lib_version().
dnl
dnl If LIBISOFS_*_VERSION changes, be sure to change AC_INIT above to match.
dnl
LIBISOFS_MAJOR_VERSION=0
LIBISOFS_MINOR_VERSION=6
LIBISOFS_MICRO_VERSION=3
LIBISOFS_VERSION=$LIBISOFS_MAJOR_VERSION.$LIBISOFS_MINOR_VERSION.$LIBISOFS_MICRO_VERSION
AC_SUBST(LIBISOFS_MAJOR_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(LIBISOFS_MINOR_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(LIBISOFS_MICRO_VERSION)
AC_SUBST(LIBISOFS_VERSION)
dnl Libtool versioning
LT_RELEASE=$LIBISOFS_MAJOR_VERSION.$LIBISOFS_MINOR_VERSION
# SONAME = 6 - 0 = 6 . Library name = libisofs.6.0.0
LT_CURRENT=6
LT_REVISION=0
LT_AGE=0
LT_CURRENT_MINUS_AGE=`expr $LT_CURRENT - $LT_AGE`
AC_SUBST(LT_RELEASE)
AC_SUBST(LT_CURRENT)
AC_SUBST(LT_REVISION)
AC_SUBST(LT_AGE)
AC_SUBST(LT_CURRENT_MINUS_AGE)
AC_PREFIX_DEFAULT([/usr/local])
test "$prefix" = "NONE" && prefix=$ac_default_prefix
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
AM_PROG_CC_C_O
AC_C_CONST
AC_C_INLINE
AC_C_BIGENDIAN
dnl Large file support
AC_SYS_LARGEFILE
AC_FUNC_FSEEKO
AC_CHECK_FUNC([fseeko])
if test ! $ac_cv_func_fseeko; then
AC_MSG_ERROR([Libisofs requires largefile support.])
fi
AC_PROG_LIBTOOL
AC_SUBST(LIBTOOL_DEPS)
LIBTOOL="$LIBTOOL --silent"
AC_PROG_INSTALL
AC_CHECK_HEADERS()
dnl Use GNU extensions if available
AC_DEFINE(_GNU_SOURCE, 1)
dnl Check for tm_gmtoff field in struct tm
AC_CHECK_MEMBER([struct tm.tm_gmtoff],
[AC_DEFINE(HAVE_TM_GMTOFF, 1,
[Define this if tm structure includes a tm_gmtoff entry.])],
,
[#include <time.h>])
dnl Check if non standard timegm() function is available
AC_CHECK_DECL([timegm],
[AC_DEFINE(HAVE_TIMEGM, 1, [Define this if timegm function is available])],
,
[#include <time.h>])
dnl Check if non standard eaccess() function is available
AC_CHECK_DECL([eaccess],
[AC_DEFINE(HAVE_EACCESS, 1, [Define this if eaccess function is available])],
,
[#include <unistd.h>])
THREAD_LIBS=-lpthread
AC_SUBST(THREAD_LIBS)
TARGET_SHIZZLE
AC_SUBST(ARCH)
AC_SUBST(LIBBURN_ARCH_LIBS)
dnl Add compiler-specific flags
dnl See if the user wants aggressive optimizations of the code
AC_ARG_ENABLE(debug,
[ --enable-debug Disable aggressive optimizations [default=yes]],
, enable_debug=yes)
if test x$enable_debug != xyes; then
if test x$GCC = xyes; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -O3"
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fexpensive-optimizations"
fi
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -DNDEBUG"
else
if test x$GCC = xyes; then
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -g -pedantic -Wall"
fi
CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -DDEBUG"
fi
dnl Verbose debug to make libisofs issue more debug messages
AC_ARG_ENABLE(verbose-debug,
[ --enable-verbose-debug Enable verbose debug messages [default=no]],
AC_DEFINE(LIBISOFS_VERBOSE_DEBUG, 1))
AC_CONFIG_FILES([
Makefile
doc/doxygen.conf
version.h
libisofs-1.pc
])
AC_OUTPUT

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/*
* Copyright (c) 2007 Vreixo Formoso
*
* This file is part of the libisofs project; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
* published by the Free Software Foundation. See COPYING file for details.
*/
#include "libisofs.h"
#include "fsource.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
/*
* Little test program to test filesystem implementations.
* Outputs file contents to stdout!
*/
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
int res;
IsoFilesystem *fs;
IsoFileSource *file;
struct stat info;
if (argc != 2) {
fprintf(stderr, "Usage: cat /path/to/file\n");
return 1;
}
/* create filesystem object */
res = iso_local_filesystem_new(&fs);
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Can't get local fs object, err = %d\n", res);
return 1;
}
res = fs->get_by_path(fs, argv[1], &file);
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Can't get file, err = %d\n", res);
return 1;
}
res = iso_file_source_lstat(file, &info);
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Can't stat file, err = %d\n", res);
return 1;
}
if (S_ISDIR(info.st_mode)) {
fprintf(stderr, "Path refers to a directory!!\n");
return 1;
} else {
char buf[1024];
res = iso_file_source_open(file);
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Can't open file, err = %d\n", res);
return 1;
}
while ((res = iso_file_source_read(file, buf, 1024)) > 0) {
fwrite(buf, 1, res, stdout);
}
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Error reading, err = %d\n", res);
return 1;
}
iso_file_source_close(file);
}
iso_file_source_unref(file);
iso_filesystem_unref(fs);
return 0;
}

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/*
* Copyright (c) 2007 Vreixo Formoso
*
* This file is part of the libisofs project; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
* published by the Free Software Foundation. See COPYING file for details.
*/
#include "libisofs.h"
#include "buffer.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <unistd.h>
/*
* Little test program that reads a file and outputs it to stdout, using
* the libisofs ring buffer as intermediate memory
*/
struct th_data
{
IsoRingBuffer *rbuf;
char *path;
};
#define WRITE_CHUNK 2048
#define READ_CHUNK 2048
static
void *write_function(void *arg)
{
ssize_t bytes;
int res;
unsigned char tmp[WRITE_CHUNK];
struct th_data *data = (struct th_data *) arg;
int fd = open(data->path, O_RDONLY);
if (fd < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Writer thread error: Can't open file");
iso_ring_buffer_writer_close(data->rbuf, 1);
pthread_exit(NULL);
}
res = 1;
while ( (bytes = read(fd, tmp, WRITE_CHUNK)) > 0) {
res = iso_ring_buffer_write(data->rbuf, tmp, bytes);
if (res <= 0) {
break;
}
/* To test premature reader exit >>>>>>>>>>>
iso_ring_buffer_writer_close(data->rbuf);
pthread_exit(NULL);
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< */
// if (rand() > 2000000000) {
// fprintf(stderr, "Writer sleeping\n");
// sleep(1);
// }
}
fprintf(stderr, "Writer finish: %d\n", res);
close(fd);
iso_ring_buffer_writer_close(data->rbuf, 0);
pthread_exit(NULL);
}
static
void *read_function(void *arg)
{
unsigned char tmp[READ_CHUNK];
int res = 1;
struct th_data *data = (struct th_data *) arg;
while ( (res = iso_ring_buffer_read(data->rbuf, tmp, READ_CHUNK)) > 0) {
write(1, tmp, READ_CHUNK);
/* To test premature reader exit >>>>>>>>>>>
iso_ring_buffer_reader_close(data->rbuf);
pthread_exit(NULL);
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< */
// if (rand() > 2000000000) {
// fprintf(stderr, "Reader sleeping\n");
// sleep(1);
// }
}
fprintf(stderr, "Reader finish: %d\n", res);
iso_ring_buffer_reader_close(data->rbuf, 0);
pthread_exit(NULL);
}
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
int res;
struct th_data data;
pthread_t reader;
pthread_t writer;
if (argc != 2) {
fprintf(stderr, "Usage: catbuffer /path/to/file\n");
return 1;
}
res = iso_ring_buffer_new(1024, &data.rbuf);
if (res < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Can't create buffer\n");
return 1;
}
data.path = argv[1];
res = pthread_create(&writer, NULL, write_function, (void *) &data);
res = pthread_create(&reader, NULL, read_function, (void *) &data);
pthread_join(writer, NULL);
pthread_join(reader, NULL);
fprintf(stderr, "Buffer was %d times full and %d times empty.\n",
iso_ring_buffer_get_times_full(data.rbuf),
iso_ring_buffer_get_times_empty(data.rbuf));
free(data.rbuf);
return 0;
}

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/*
* Little program that imports a directory to iso image, generates the
* ecma119 low level tree and prints it.
* Note that this is not an API example, but a little program for test
* purposes.
*/
#include "libisofs.h"
#include "ecma119.h"
#include "ecma119_tree.h"
#include "util.h"
#include "filesrc.h"
#include "node.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <unistd.h>
static void
print_permissions(mode_t mode)
{
char perm[10];
//TODO suid, sticky...
perm[9] = '\0';
perm[8] = mode & S_IXOTH ? 'x' : '-';
perm[7] = mode & S_IWOTH ? 'w' : '-';
perm[6] = mode & S_IROTH ? 'r' : '-';
perm[5] = mode & S_IXGRP ? 'x' : '-';
perm[4] = mode & S_IWGRP ? 'w' : '-';
perm[3] = mode & S_IRGRP ? 'r' : '-';
perm[2] = mode & S_IXUSR ? 'x' : '-';
perm[1] = mode & S_IWUSR ? 'w' : '-';
perm[0] = mode & S_IRUSR ? 'r' : '-';
printf("[%s]",perm);
}
static void
print_dir(Ecma119Node *dir, int level)
{
int i;
char *sp = alloca(level * 2 + 1);
for (i = 0; i < level * 2; i += 2) {
sp[i] = '|';
sp[i+1] = ' ';
}
sp[level * 2-1] = '-';
sp[level * 2] = '\0';
for (i = 0; i < dir->info.dir->nchildren; i++) {
Ecma119Node *child = dir->info.dir->children[i];
if (child->type == ECMA119_DIR) {
printf("%s+[D] ", sp);
print_permissions(iso_node_get_permissions(child->node));
printf(" %s\n", child->iso_name);
print_dir(child, level+1);
} else if (child->type == ECMA119_FILE) {
printf("%s-[F] ", sp);
print_permissions(iso_node_get_permissions(child->node));
printf(" %s {%p}\n", child->iso_name, (void*)child->info.file);
} else if (child->type == ECMA119_SYMLINK) {
printf("%s-[L] ", sp);
print_permissions(iso_node_get_permissions(child->node));
printf(" %s -> %s\n", child->iso_name,
((IsoSymlink*)child->node)->dest);
} else if (child->type == ECMA119_SPECIAL) {
printf("%s-[S] ", sp);
print_permissions(iso_node_get_permissions(child->node));
printf(" %s\n", child->iso_name);
} else if (child->type == ECMA119_PLACEHOLDER) {
printf("%s-[RD] ", sp);
print_permissions(iso_node_get_permissions(child->node));
printf(" %s\n", child->iso_name);
} else {
printf("%s-[????] ", sp);
}
}
}
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
int result;
IsoImage *image;
Ecma119Image *ecma119;
if (argc != 2) {
printf ("You need to specify a valid path\n");
return 1;
}
iso_init();
iso_set_msgs_severities("NEVER", "ALL", "");
result = iso_image_new("volume_id", &image);
if (result < 0) {
printf ("Error creating image\n");
return 1;
}
result = iso_tree_add_dir_rec(image, iso_image_get_root(image), argv[1]);
if (result < 0) {
printf ("Error adding directory %d\n", result);
return 1;
}
ecma119 = calloc(1, sizeof(Ecma119Image));
iso_rbtree_new(iso_file_src_cmp, &(ecma119->files));
ecma119->iso_level = 1;
ecma119->rockridge = 1;
ecma119->image = image;
ecma119->input_charset = strdup("UTF-8");
/* create low level tree */
result = ecma119_tree_create(ecma119);
if (result < 0) {
printf ("Error creating ecma-119 tree: %d\n", result);
return 1;
}
printf("================= ECMA-119 TREE =================\n");
print_dir(ecma119->root, 0);
printf("\n\n");
ecma119_node_free(ecma119->root);
iso_rbtree_destroy(ecma119->files, iso_file_src_free);
free(ecma119->input_charset);
free(ecma119);
iso_image_unref(image);
iso_finish();
return 0;
}

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/*
* Little program to show how to create an iso image from a local
* directory.
*/
#include "libisofs.h"
#include "libburn/libburn.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <getopt.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <err.h>
const char * const optstring = "JRIL:b:hV:";
extern char *optarg;
extern int optind;
void usage(char **argv)
{
printf("%s [OPTIONS] DIRECTORY OUTPUT\n", argv[0]);
}
void help()
{
printf(
"Options:\n"
" -J Add Joliet support\n"
" -R Add Rock Ridge support\n"
" -I Add ISO 9660:1999 support\n"
" -V label Volume Label\n"
" -L <num> Set the ISO level (1 or 2)\n"
" -b file Specifies a boot image to add to image\n"
" -h Print this message\n"
);
}
int callback(IsoFileSource *src)
{