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Parted 1.4.12

From: Andrew Clausen
Subject: Parted 1.4.12
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 11:58:10 +1000

Hi all,

* new po/de.po (German translations)
* fixed loop_read() - checks part != NULL *before* trying to access it now ;-)
* create revision 1.0 ext2 file systems (and not rev 0.1)
* configure.in: s/which/type -p/
* configure.in: shuffled things to get rid of warnings
* new po/gl.po (Galician translations)
* new po/ja.po (Japanese translations)
* added 64-bit endian macros
* #include <string.h> in fs_ext2/interface.c
* fs_ext2/ext2_mkfs.c: ext2_mkfs() now makes most of the "use-default"
parameters 0.  (This isn't a public interface, so no incompat)
* added CFLAGS=-Werror (yay!)
* applied move syntax patch (make END specification optional) from
Vincent Stelhé <address@hidden>.  Thanks!
* fixed ped_device_{open,close}, so they only change dev->open_count on
* cleaned (and fixed endian bug) in mkfs code... directory entries are made
properly now
* null terminate dir names (fix previous mkfs changes)
* other random endian mkfs stuff
* fixed man page (thanks Timshel!)
* constified ped_file_system_type_get_next() (thanks msw!)
* fixed example 2 in doc/USER (section 2.5.2)
* changed msdos_write() (in libparted/disk_dos.c), to make the per-logical
container extended partition just wrap the contained logical partition
(and not extend to the end of the main extended partition)  Apparantly
this fixes problems with other partition programs.
* configure.in: CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -D_REENTRANT" - useful for threaded users
of libparted
* fixed buglet... the arbitary/safe/conservative number of 5 was chosen for
the number of heads to try when aligning logical partitions.  However, for
(virtual) disks with heads < 5, this causes wrap-around, causing recursive
partition tables.  Fortunately, heads < 5 is rare, except for using Parted
on files, or whatever.  s/5/PED_MIN (5, dev->heads)/ in disk_dos.c
* minor changes to doc/USER and doc/FAT
* changed int -> size_t for lots of stuff in parted/strlist.c
* moved -luuid out of LIB and into UUID_LIB, to prevent multiple ugly -luuid's
* added AC_ISC_POSIX to configure.in
* fixed typo in error message in configure.in ... libbuid -> libuuid
* libparted/fs_ext2/ext2_resize.c, type-cast to (void*) first arg to

Andrew Clausen

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