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 Post subject: Preserving directory structure with FileTree_Add
PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 10:39 pm 
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Hello,
Is there anyway to add a single file to burn and preserve the directory structure? For example I want to burn the file C:\backup\12042007\file1.txt to the DVD, I want it to go on the DVD as \backup\12042007\file1.txt.

I've tried using StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add and specifying C:\backup\12042007\file1.txt as the absolutepathandname, but it puts the file in the root of the DVD. I tried passing values in rootdirectorynewname and that doesn't seem to create directories, but just rename the file on the dvd.

I am looking to create a generic function so I can just call it with a directory/file path and file and it will create all the directories and the file on the dvd. I don't want to add the entire directory because I only care 1 or 2 file in each directory.

Do I need to do this in a multistep process? First call StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add with only the directory and then call it again with the directory and filename?

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 7:35 am 
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Take a look at BuildImage sample. Actually _Add(...) should work exactly in the way you expect - recursivelly add all listed subdirs. Make sure you pass correct parameters (as in the sample). If you'll still have problems - let us have the snippet of the code and we'll take a look.

P.S. Of course it's possible to add folder items one-by-one but it's overkill in the current case.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 4:32 pm 
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Anton,
Thank you for the quick response. I have been using the BuildImage sample to try and get what I need working.

I'm hard coding functions to try and see the behavior I need.
Code:
            l__EXCEPTION_NUMBER :=
                StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add(
                    l__PVOID__ISO9660JolietFileTree,
                    PCHAR( @l__CHAR__ExceptionText[1] ),
                    sizeof( l__CHAR__ExceptionText ),
                    l__ULONG__Status,
                    'C:\temp\file.txt',
                    nil,
                    FILE_TIME_LAST_WRITE,
                    l__PVOID__Root,
                    l__PVOID__NewNode
                    );

The above creates file.txt in the image in the root. What I want to do is have it create it in the same directory that it is on disk. So it would be created as \temp\file.txt in the image (not \file.txt).

I also tried to add just the directory, 'C:\temp'. But when I do that it automatically scans the directory and adds all the files, which I do not want.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 9:16 am 
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Hello,

For example for add "c:\Temp\SubFolder\file.txt" and save folder structure you must call functions in next sequence:

pParentNode =
StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_GetRoot(
ISO9660JolietFileTree
);

StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add(
ISO9660JolietFileTree,
(PCHAR) (&ExceptionText),
sizeof(ExceptionText),
&ulSystemError,
NULL,
"Temp",
FILE_TIME_LAST_WRITE,
&ParentNode,
&NewChild
);

pParentNode = pNewChild;

StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add(
ISO9660JolietFileTree,
(PCHAR) (&ExceptionText),
sizeof(ExceptionText),
&ulSystemError,
NULL,
"SubFolder",
FILE_TIME_LAST_WRITE,
&ParentNode,
&NewChild
);

ParentNode = NewChild;

StarBurn_ISO9660JolietFileTree_Add(
ISO9660JolietFileTree,
(PCHAR) (&ExceptionText),
sizeof(ExceptionText),
&ulSystemError,
"C:\\Temp\\SubFolder\\file.txt",
NULL,
FILE_TIME_LAST_WRITE,
&ParentNode,
&NewChild
);

Please attention look on 5 and 6 parameter of ISO9660JolietFileTree() in this example.


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