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Parted 1.6.4

From: Andrew Clausen
Subject: Parted 1.6.4
Date: Sat, 7 Dec 2002 23:50:38 +1100
User-agent: Mutt/1.4i

Hi all,

* applied updated translations: fr, gl, tr, ja
* configure.in parted/Makefile.am partprobe/Makefile.am:
  renamed PARTED_LDFLAGS to PARTEDLDFLAGS... it was causing automake to
  do some odd things (name-space collision?)
* libparted/fs_fat/calc.c (fat_calc_sizes, fat_recommend_min_cluster_size):
  for fat32, try to avoid getting more than 2,000,000 clusters by increasing
  the cluster size.  Otherwise, Windows coughs.
* debug/test/test_fs_ext2: added a test for creating 0-length fs
* doc/API: fixed docs for ped_disk_get_partition_by_sector() and
* doc/parted.texi: updated section on bootdisks
* libparted/fs_fat/bootsector.c (fat_boot_sector_read): defined the
  role of error checking in this function better.  [It should guarantee
  fat_boot_sector_probe_type() will work].  Added a check for
  bs->cluster_size != 0) to satisfy this clarification.  (msw reported
* libparted/linux.c (init_file): replaced assertion dev->length > 0 with
  a check + error message.
* (_partition_is_root_device): now returns -1 ("unknown") on error
* (_partition_is_mounted_by_path): re-did the logic with case statements,
  and now remembers if /proc/mounts and /etc/mtab are broken.  Gives
  a better error message.
* parted/parted.c (do_print): removed cruft: we don't print free-space
* applied updated translations: fr, ja
* parted/parted.c (do_mkpart): moved ped_constraint_destroy() to just
  before the return, so error handling occurs correctly.


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