libcdio  2.1.0
File List
Here is a list of all files with brief descriptions:
 audio.hThe top-level header for CD audio-related libcdio calls. These control playing of the CD-ROM through its line-out jack
 bytesex.hGeneric Byte-swapping routines
 bytesex_asm.hAssembly code to handle byte-swapping
 cd_types.hHeader for routines which automatically determine the Compact Disc format and possibly filesystem on the CD
 cdio.hThe top-level header for libcdio: the CD Input and Control library. Applications include this for anything regarding libcdio
 cdtext.hThe top-level header for CD-Text information. Applications include this for CD-Text access
 device.hC header for driver- or device-related libcdio calls. ("device" includes CD-image reading devices)
 disc.hThe top-level header for disc-related libcdio calls
 ds.hThe top-level header for list-related data structures
 dvd.hDefinitions for DVD access
 ecma_167.hDefinitions based on ECMA-167 3rd edition (June 1997) See
 iso9660.hThe top-level interface header for libiso9660: the ISO-9660 filesystem library; applications include this
 logging.hHeader to control logging and level of detail of output
 memory.hMemory management utility functions
 mmc.hCommon definitions for MMC (Multimedia Commands). Applications include this for direct MMC access
 mmc_cmds.hThe top-level header for libcdio multi-media commands (MMC)
 mmc_hl_cmds.hHigher-level MMC commands which build on top of the lower-level MMC commands
 mmc_ll_cmds.hWrappers for specific Multimedia Command (MMC) commands e.g., READ DISC, START/STOP UNIT
 mmc_util.hMultimedia Command (MMC) "helper" routines that don't depend on anything other than headers
 posix.hVarious POSIX definitions
 read.hThe top-level header for sector (block, frame)-related libcdio calls
 rock.hThings related to the Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol (RRIP)
 scsi_mmc.hObsolete please use <cdio/mmc.h> instead
 sector.hThings related to CD-ROM layout: tracks, sector sizes, MSFs, LBAs
 track.hThe top-level header for track-related libcdio calls
 types.hCommon type definitions used pervasively in libcdio
 udf.hThe top-level interface header for libudf: UDF filesystem library; applications include this
 udf_file.hRoutines involving UDF file operations
 udf_time.hUDF time conversion and access files
 utf8.hUTF-8 support
 util.hMiscellaneous utility functions
 version.hA file containing the libcdio package version number (20100) and OS build name
 xa.hThings related to the ISO-9660 XA (Extended Attributes) format