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/* vim: set noet ts=8 sts=8 sw=8 : */
/**
* Functions and structures used for Rock Ridge support.
*
* See IEEE P1282, Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol, Draft Standard version
* 1.12 for further details.
*/
#ifndef ISO_ROCKRIDGE_H
#define ISO_ROCKRIDGE_H
struct ecma119_write_target;
struct ecma119_tree_node;
/**
* Add a SUSP "ER" System Use Entry to identify the Rock Ridge specification.
*
* The "ER" System Use Entry is used to uniquely identify a specification
* compliant with SUSP. This method adds to the given tree node "." entry
* the "ER" corresponding to the RR protocol.
*
* See IEEE P1281, section 5.5 and IEEE P1282, section 4.3 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_ER(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a PX System Use Entry to the given tree node and, if that node is
* a directory, to its "." and ".." entries. The PX System Use Entry is
* used to add POSIX file attributes, such as access permissions or user and
* group id, to a ECMA 119 directory record.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.1 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_PX(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a PN System Use Entry to the given tree node.
* The PN System Use Entry is used to store the device number, and it's
* mandatory if the tree node corresponds to a character or block device.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.2 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_PN(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a SL System Use Entry to the given tree node. This is used to store
* the content of a symbolic link, and is mandatory if the tree node
* indicates a symbolic link.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.3 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_SL(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a NM System Use Entry to the given tree node. The purpose of this
* System Use Entry is to store the content of an Alternate Name to support
* POSIX-style or other names.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.4 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_NM(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/*
* The next 3 System Use Entries are used to handle Deep Directory
* Hierarchies, i.e., hierarchies where the number of directory levels
* exceed the eight limit of ECMA-119.
*/
/**
* Add to the given tree node a CL System Use Entry, that is used to record
* the new location of a directory which has been relocated.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.5.1 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_CL(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a PL System Use Entry, used to record the location of the original
* parent directory of a directory which has been relocated.
*
* This is special because it doesn't modify the susp fields of the directory
* that gets passed to it; it modifies the susp fields of the ".." entry in
* that directory.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.5.2 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_PL(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add a RE System Use Entry to the given tree node. The purpose of the
* this System Use Entry is to indicate to an RRIP-compliant receiving
* system that the Directory Record in which an "RE" System Use Entry is
* recorded has been relocated from another position in the original
* Directory Hierarchy.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.5.3 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_RE(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
/**
* Add to the given tree node a TF System Use Entry, used to record some
* time stamps related to the file.
*
* See IEEE P1282, section 4.1.6 for more details.
*/
void rrip_add_TF(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
void rrip_finalize(struct ecma119_write_target *, struct ecma119_tree_node *);
#endif /* ISO_ROCKRIDGE_H */