Re: Linux ISO-9660 Rock Ridge bug needs fix

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17 Eki 2006 Sal 21:12 tarihinde, Joerg Schilling şunları yazmıştı: 
> Ismail Donmez <[email protected]> wrote:
> > 17 Eki 2006 Sal 17:45 tarihinde, Joerg Schilling Å?unları yazmıÅ?tı:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > while working on better ISO-9660 support for the Solaris Kernel,
> > > I recently enhanced mkisofs to support the Rock Ridge Standard version
> > > 1.12 from 1994.
> > >
> > > The difference bewteen version 1.12 and 1.10 (this is what previous
> > > mkisofs versions did implement) is that the "PX" field is now 8 Byte
> > > bigger than before (44 instead of 36 bytes).
> >
> > Is there a test iso file somewhere? I think the attached *untested* patch
> > will fix it.
> Well, this is why I did offer a preliminary version of thelatest mkisofs
> sources.....

Well a simple mkisofs some_file > test.iso and mounting that on a loop device 
worked fine.

> But note: your patch does not fix the original implementation bug and it is
> most unlikely that the hack will do the right things in all cases.

Well I don't know whats the original implementation bug and rock.c seems to be 
pretty much old with no active maintainer.

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