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Re: Parted 1.6.20
Re: Parted 1.6.20
Sat, 18 Dec 2004 12:21:46 -0500
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Andrew Clausen wrote:
I've had some trouble uploading to ftp-upload.gnu.org. I need to
wait for a timeout... In any case, it will be up soon.
Change summary: merged in Amiga support, bug fixes.
Complete change log:
* libparted/disk_dos.c (msdos_probe): look for SBML signature at offset 0x40,
rather than 0x39. (oops!)
* libparted/disk_amiga.c: added (from Sven Luther)
Note: I did some cleanups, added assertions, etc.
* libparted/fs_amiga/affs.c: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/affs.h: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/amiga.c: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/amiga.h: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/apfs.c: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/apfs.h: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/asfs.c: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/asfs.h: added.
* libparted/fs_amiga/interface.c: added.
* libparted/disk_dos.c (msdos_probe): Fixed typo changed strcmp to
* libparted/disk_dvh.c (_generate_boot_file): zero out the boot file name
record before writing the name in. Previously, there was a misplaced
null-terminator that caused gcc to complain.
* libparted/filesys.c (ped_file_system_resize, ped_file_system_copy):
only attempt to check file systems if checking is implemented for
that file system type.
* libparted/fs_fat/bootsector.c (fat_boot_sector_analyse): when correcting
the boot sector, use fat_boot_sector_write() to make sure the backup
copy gets written (if applicable).
* libparted/disk_dos.c (msdos_probe): don't treat Smart Boot Manager Loader
boot blocks as FAT file systems.
* libparted/disk_dos.c: Added support for the prep-boot partition type.
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I'll update the website accordingly.
Also the 1.7.x branch should be checked out only from cvs right ? I will
add these information too.
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