libcdio  2.1.0
About: GNU libcdio is a library for CD-ROM and CD image access.
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cdio Directory Reference


file  audio.h [code]
 The top-level header for CD audio-related libcdio calls. These control playing of the CD-ROM through its line-out jack.
file  bytesex.h [code]
 Generic Byte-swapping routines.
file  bytesex_asm.h [code]
 Assembly code to handle byte-swapping.
file  cd_types.h [code]
 Header for routines which automatically determine the Compact Disc format and possibly filesystem on the CD.
file  cdio.h [code]
 The top-level header for libcdio: the CD Input and Control library. Applications include this for anything regarding libcdio.
file  cdtext.h [code]
 The top-level header for CD-Text information. Applications include this for CD-Text access.
file  device.h [code]
 C header for driver- or device-related libcdio calls. ("device" includes CD-image reading devices).
file  disc.h [code]
 The top-level header for disc-related libcdio calls.
file  ds.h [code]
 The top-level header for list-related data structures.
file  dvd.h [code]
 Definitions for DVD access.
file  ecma_167.h [code]
 Definitions based on ECMA-167 3rd edition (June 1997) See
file  iso9660.h [code]
 The top-level interface header for libiso9660: the ISO-9660 filesystem library; applications include this.
file  logging.h [code]
 Header to control logging and level of detail of output.
file  memory.h [code]
 memory management utility functions.
file  mmc.h [code]
 Common definitions for MMC (Multimedia Commands). Applications include this for direct MMC access.
file  mmc_cmds.h [code]
 The top-level header for libcdio multi-media commands (MMC).
file  mmc_hl_cmds.h [code]
 Higher-level MMC commands which build on top of the lower-level MMC commands.
file  mmc_ll_cmds.h [code]
 Wrappers for specific Multimedia Command (MMC) commands e.g., READ DISC, START/STOP UNIT.
file  mmc_util.h [code]
 Multimedia Command (MMC) "helper" routines that don't depend on anything other than headers.
file  posix.h [code]
 various POSIX definitions.
file  read.h [code]
 The top-level header for sector (block, frame)-related libcdio calls.
file  rock.h [code]
 Things related to the Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol (RRIP)
file  sector.h [code]
 Things related to CD-ROM layout: tracks, sector sizes, MSFs, LBAs.
file  track.h [code]
 The top-level header for track-related libcdio calls.
file  types.h [code]
 Common type definitions used pervasively in libcdio.
file  udf.h [code]
 The top-level interface header for libudf: UDF filesystem library; applications include this.
file  udf_file.h [code]
 Routines involving UDF file operations.
file  udf_time.h [code]
 UDF time conversion and access files.
file  utf8.h [code]
 UTF-8 support.
file  util.h [code]
 Miscellaneous utility functions.
file  version.h [code]
 A file containing the libcdio package version number (20100) and OS build name.
file  xa.h [code]
 Things related to the ISO-9660 XA (Extended Attributes) format.