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[Bug-xorriso] Re: Portability issues of xorriso on Solaris 9

From: Thomas Schmitt
Subject: [Bug-xorriso] Re: Portability issues of xorriso on Solaris 9
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 17:32:24 +0100


> BTW, is it correct that 1.0.0 has this in configure.ac?

Yes. The included libburn is a stable development snapshot.
This is a consequence of the relation of libburnia project and
GNU xorriso. The latter contains copies of libburn and libisofs
which are made from my development tree immediately after the
libraries had their releases.

  xorriso -version
is supposed to report these versions:
  xorriso version   :  1.0.0
  libisofs   in use :  1.0.1  (min. 1.0.1)
  libjte     in use :  0.1.1  (min. 0.1.1)
  libburn    in use :  1.0.1  (min. 1.0.1)
  libisoburn in use :  1.0.0  (min. 1.0.0)

> > The function in libisofs/util.c looks somewhat like a workaround
> > for a missing system function.
> You mean timegm?

My Linux has a man page for timegm with an example that
looks much like Vreixo's function:
"For a portable version of timegm(), set the TZ environment variable  to
 UTC, call mktime() and restore the value of TZ."

Well, it's not as portable as believed. :))

Have a nice day :)


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