[Libburn] libburn questions
manmower at signalmarketing.com
Mon Aug 2 08:02:22 PDT 2004
On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Bryan Forbes wrote:
> I just ran some tests with libburn-0.2 and it doesn't output isos that
> are useable, but cvs does. This is a feature that is needed before we
> can write to data cd's in coaster. Thanks.
Phew, good thing it works then.
> On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 12:23 -0500, Bryan Forbes wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I have some quick questions for you:
> > 1) How close are you guys to a 0.3 release? I know Todd has committed a
> > bunch of stuff to cvs, but I don't want to be programming against CVS.
> > I'd rather program against releases.
> > 2) I've found a bug in tree.c:iso_tree_add_dir. At the end of the
> > function, for some reason, d->me is being freed, set to NULL, and then
> > returned. This crashes the test iso program if you pass it a directory.
> > For example, if I do this:
> > $ ./iso test.iso /home/bryan/cvs/jhbuild/
> > it segfaults. Here is the backtrace:
> > #0 0x1000a430 in iso_tree_add_dir (dparent=0x0, name=0x7ffff988 "",
> > volume=0,
> > attr=0x0) at libisofs/tree.c:222
> > #1 0x10000d44 in add_dir (path=0x7ffff970 "/home/bryan/cvs/jhbuild/",
> > parent=0x10031150) at test/iso.c:34
> > #2 0x10000f54 in main (argc=0, argv=0x7ffff7f4) at test/iso.c:95
> > it seems that d->me is inaccessible after you free it.
> > The API for libisofs seems simple enough that I think I can figure out
> > how to get coaster to work with it. The one question I have is what
> > does the volumeset_size param to iso_volumeset_new do? Is that for
> > sessions? Thanks!
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