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[Libcdio-devel] Two bugs in libcdio

From: Tim Potter
Subject: [Libcdio-devel] Two bugs in libcdio
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 10:28:44 +1100

Hello.  I'm using the libcdio library for command line access to data
inside a ISO file.  I've run in to a couple of bugs though in the CVS
version downloaded a couple of days ago.

The code included when stdbool.h is not found is broken.  It #define's a
bool to be an enum which, under gcc 3, is four bytes long.  This totally
screws up the parsing of directory entries which presumably do something
like ndx +=3D sizeof(bool) somewhere.  Here's a patch:

Also, I'm not convinced that having types.h depend on autoconf variables
is such a good idea.  As an external user of the library (i.e only files
installed in /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/include) all the
"workarounds" are activated since I didn't add the various HAVE_FOO_H
defines to my command line.  This is how I discovered the bool/enum



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