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Source code changes of the file "frontend/sh_on_named_pipes.sh" between
xorriso-1.5.2.tar.gz and xorriso-1.5.4.tar.gz

About: GNU xorriso creates, loads, manipulates and writes ISO 9660 filesystem images with Rock Ridge extensions. It is suitable for incremental data backup and for production of bootable ISO 9660 images. GNU xorriso is a statical compilation of the libraries libburn, libisofs, libisoburn, and libjte.

sh_on_named_pipes.sh  (xorriso-1.5.2):sh_on_named_pipes.sh  (xorriso-1.5.4)
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export xorriso_is_running=0 export xorriso_is_running=0
export xorriso_pid=0 export xorriso_pid=0
export xorriso_will_end=0 export xorriso_will_end=0
# Will be set to 1 before this script ends normally # Will be set to 1 before this script ends normally
export normal_end=0 export normal_end=0
# ---------------- An interpreter for quoted xorriso replies ---------------- # ---------------- An interpreter for quoted xorriso replies ----------------
# xorriso commands like -lsl wrap filenames into quotation marks in order # xorriso commands like -lsl wrap filenames into quotation marks in order
# to unambigously represent any character byte except the 0-byte. # to unambiguously represent any character byte except the 0-byte.
# This piece of code parses input strings into words by letting xorriso # This piece of code parses input strings into words by letting xorriso
# command -msg_op "parse_silently" do the hard work. # command -msg_op "parse_silently" do the hard work.
# The input strings should be composed by concatenating input lines with # The input strings should be composed by concatenating input lines with
# newline characters between them. Begin by submitting a single line (without # newline characters between them. Begin by submitting a single line (without
# newline at its end) and retry with an appended further line, if # newline at its end) and retry with an appended further line, if
# xorriso_parse # xorriso_parse
# returns 1. See below xorriso_cmd_and_handle_result() for an example. # returns 1. See below xorriso_cmd_and_handle_result() for an example.
# The parsed reply words. # The parsed reply words.
# Valid are reply_array[0] to reply_array[reply_count-1)] # Valid are reply_array[0] to reply_array[reply_count-1)]
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