Re: mkisofs aborts but exit value is 0
> > > Possibly one should resort to
> > > EIO 5 /* I/O error */
> > This would be a bad idea.
> Why that ?
Because this is a _real_ error from the hardware.
> > > mkisofs: File too large. cannot read from '...'
> > > might happen with a file that has 0 bytes.
> > No, it may not (RTSL).
> Hey ! I did invest some effort in reading the source.
> You made clear in the past that RTxy is mandatory
> before bothering you.
Then you know that mkisofs does not try to read
zero sized files.
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