libcdio  0.93
File List
Here is a list of all files with brief descriptions:
o*audio.hThe top-level header for CD audio-related libcdio calls. These control playing of the CD-ROM through its line-out jack
o*bytesex.hGeneric Byte-swapping routines
o*bytesex_asm.hAssembly code to handle byte-swapping
o*cd_types.hHeader for routines which automatically determine the Compact Disc format and possibly filesystem on the CD
o*cdio.hThe top-level header for libcdio: the CD Input and Control library. Applications include this for anything regarding libcdio
o*cdtext.hThe top-level header for CD-Text information. Applications include this for CD-Text access
o*device.hC header for driver- or device-related libcdio calls. ("device" includes CD-image reading devices)
o*disc.hThe top-level header for disc-related libcdio calls
o*ds.hThe top-level header for list-related data structures
o*dvd.hDefinitions for DVD access
o*ecma_167.hDefinitions based on ECMA-167 3rd edition (June 1997) See
o*iso9660.hThe top-level interface header for libiso9660: the ISO-9660 filesystem library; applications include this
o*logging.hHeader to control logging and level of detail of output
o*memory.hMemory management utility functions
o*mmc.hCommon definitions for MMC (Multimedia Commands). Applications include this for direct MMC access
o*mmc_cmds.hThe top-level header for libcdio multi-media commands (MMC)
o*mmc_hl_cmds.hHigher-level MMC commands which build on top of the lower-level MMC commands
o*mmc_ll_cmds.hWrappers for specific Multimedia Command (MMC) commands e.g., READ DISC, START/STOP UNIT
o*mmc_util.hMultimedia Command (MMC) "helper" routines that don't depend on anything other than headers
o*posix.hVarious POSIX definitions
o*read.hThe top-level header for sector (block, frame)-related libcdio calls
o*rock.hThings related to the Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol (RRIP)
o*scsi_mmc.hObsolete please use <cdio/mmc.h> instead
o*sector.hThings related to CD-ROM layout: tracks, sector sizes, MSFs, LBAs
o*track.hThe top-level header for track-related libcdio calls
o*types.hCommon type definitions used pervasively in libcdio
o*udf.hThe top-level interface header for libudf: UDF filesystem library; applications include this
o*udf_file.hRoutines involving UDF file operations
o*udf_time.hUDF time conversion and access files
o*utf8.hUTF-8 support
o*util.hMiscellaneous utility functions
o*version.hA file containing the libcdio package version number (93) and OS build name
\*xa.hThings related to the ISO-9660 XA (Extended Attributes) format