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Re: libparted-fs-resize: HFS/FAT file system resizing library

From: Curtis Gedak
Subject: Re: libparted-fs-resize: HFS/FAT file system resizing library
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2012 11:15:22 -0700
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On 12-02-03 02:46 PM, Jim Meyering wrote:
 From NEWS:

    parted provides a new library, libparted-fs-resize, for resizing
    HFS+ and FAT file systems.  This is the subset of the FS-manipulation
    functionality removed in parted-3.0 for which we have found no free
    alternative.  That library provides only these entry points:
    so when using it you must also link with libparted.

Feedback welcome, the sooner the better.

Jim, after applying the ten patches I built parted with with ./bootstrap, ./configure --without-readline, make, and sudo make install.

Then when I check the /usr/local/include/parted directory, the filesys.h file contains three of the above listed functions. However, the ped_file_system_get_resize_constraint function is missing.

Perhaps I have built this patch set incorrectly?
Or perhaps the missing function contained in a different include file?

I wanted to provide feedback as soon as possible, though it will be late next week before I can begin testing in earnest.


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