New API function iso_local_set_acl_text()

release-1.5.4.branch
Thomas Schmitt 14 years ago
parent 723d23321a
commit 24fadd7649
  1. 5
      libisofs/aaip_0_2.h
  2. 17
      libisofs/libisofs.h
  3. 16
      libisofs/node.c

@ -414,8 +414,9 @@ int aaip_decode_acl(unsigned char *data, size_t num_data, size_t *consumed,
@param text The input text (0 terminated, ACL long text form)
@param flag Bitfield for control purposes
bit0= set default ACL rather than access ACL
@return > 0 ok
-1 failure of system ACL service (see errno)
@return >0 ok
0 no ACL manipulation adapter available
-1 failure of system ACL service (see errno)
*/
int aaip_set_acl_text(char *path, char *text, int flag);

@ -4141,8 +4141,8 @@ int aaip_xinfo_func(void *data, int flag);
* bit0= obtain "default" ACL rather than "access" ACL
* (Linux directories can have a "default" ACL which influences
* the permissions of newly created files.)
* bit4= if no ACL available: return *text == NULL
else: produce ACL from PROSIX permissions
* bit4= if no ACL is available: return *text == NULL
else: produce ACL from POSIX permissions
* bit15= free memory and return 1
* @return
* 2 ACL produced from POSIX permissions
@ -4155,4 +4155,17 @@ int aaip_xinfo_func(void *data, int flag);
int iso_node_get_acl_text(IsoNode *node, char **text, int flag);
/* Set the ACL of the given file in the local filesystem to a given list
in long text form.
@param disk_path Path to the file
@param text The input text (0 terminated, ACL long text form)
@param flag Bitfield for control purposes
bit0= set default ACL rather than access ACL
@return >0 ok
0 no ACL manipulation adapter available
-1 failure of system ACL service (see errno)
*/
int iso_local_set_acl_text(char *disk_path, char *text, int flag);
#endif /*LIBISO_LIBISOFS_H_*/

@ -1517,3 +1517,19 @@ bad_decode:;
}
int iso_local_set_acl_text(char *disk_path, char *text, int flag)
{
#ifdef Libisofs_with_aaiP
return aaip_set_acl_text(disk_path, text, flag);
#else /* Libisofs_with_aaiP */
return 0;
#endif /* ! Libisofs_with_aaiP */
}

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