Project import
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/.missing-copyright b/e2fsprogs/.missing-copyright
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/.missing-copyright
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+find . -type f \! -name \*~ \! -exec grep -q Begin-Header \{\} \; -print \
+	| grep -v ^./build
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/.release-checklist b/e2fsprogs/.release-checklist
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+++ b/e2fsprogs/.release-checklist
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+1)  Do "make depend" if necessary
+
+2)  "make check"!!!
+
+3)  Use "git log" to assemble release notes.
+
+4)  Run "(cd po; make e2fsprogs.pot-update)" to update the translation template.
+
+5)  Update files which contain version information
+	version.h
+	README
+	RELEASE-NOTES
+	e2fsprogs.lsm
+	doc/libext2fs.texinfo (three places)
+
+6)  Make source distribution
+
+7)  Adjust sizes in e2fsprogs-VER.lsm; rebuild source files; rebuild RPM files
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/ABOUT-NLS b/e2fsprogs/ABOUT-NLS
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d528f9c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/ABOUT-NLS
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+Notes on the Free Translation Project
+*************************************
+
+   Free software is going international!  The Free Translation Project
+is a way to get maintainers of free software, translators, and users all
+together, so that will gradually become able to speak many languages.
+A few packages already provide translations for their messages.
+
+   If you found this `ABOUT-NLS' file inside a distribution, you may
+assume that the distributed package does use GNU `gettext' internally,
+itself available at your nearest GNU archive site.  But you do _not_
+need to install GNU `gettext' prior to configuring, installing or using
+this package with messages translated.
+
+   Installers will find here some useful hints.  These notes also
+explain how users should proceed for getting the programs to use the
+available translations.  They tell how people wanting to contribute and
+work at translations should contact the appropriate team.
+
+   When reporting bugs in the `intl/' directory or bugs which may be
+related to internationalization, you should tell about the version of
+`gettext' which is used.  The information can be found in the
+`intl/VERSION' file, in internationalized packages.
+
+Quick configuration advice
+==========================
+
+   If you want to exploit the full power of internationalization, you
+should configure it using
+
+     ./configure --with-included-gettext
+
+to force usage of internationalizing routines provided within this
+package, despite the existence of internationalizing capabilities in the
+operating system where this package is being installed.  So far, only
+the `gettext' implementation in the GNU C library version 2 provides as
+many features (such as locale alias, message inheritance, automatic
+charset conversion or plural form handling) as the implementation here.
+It is also not possible to offer this additional functionality on top
+of a `catgets' implementation.  Future versions of GNU `gettext' will
+very likely convey even more functionality.  So it might be a good idea
+to change to GNU `gettext' as soon as possible.
+
+   So you need _not_ provide this option if you are using GNU libc 2 or
+you have installed a recent copy of the GNU gettext package with the
+included `libintl'.
+
+INSTALL Matters
+===============
+
+   Some packages are "localizable" when properly installed; the
+programs they contain can be made to speak your own native language.
+Most such packages use GNU `gettext'.  Other packages have their own
+ways to internationalization, predating GNU `gettext'.
+
+   By default, this package will be installed to allow translation of
+messages.  It will automatically detect whether the system already
+provides the GNU `gettext' functions.  If not, the GNU `gettext' own
+library will be used.  This library is wholly contained within this
+package, usually in the `intl/' subdirectory, so prior installation of
+the GNU `gettext' package is _not_ required.  Installers may use
+special options at configuration time for changing the default
+behaviour.  The commands:
+
+     ./configure --with-included-gettext
+     ./configure --disable-nls
+
+will respectively bypass any pre-existing `gettext' to use the
+internationalizing routines provided within this package, or else,
+_totally_ disable translation of messages.
+
+   When you already have GNU `gettext' installed on your system and run
+configure without an option for your new package, `configure' will
+probably detect the previously built and installed `libintl.a' file and
+will decide to use this.  This might be not what is desirable.  You
+should use the more recent version of the GNU `gettext' library.  I.e.
+if the file `intl/VERSION' shows that the library which comes with this
+package is more recent, you should use
+
+     ./configure --with-included-gettext
+
+to prevent auto-detection.
+
+   The configuration process will not test for the `catgets' function
+and therefore it will not be used.  The reason is that even an
+emulation of `gettext' on top of `catgets' could not provide all the
+extensions of the GNU `gettext' library.
+
+   Internationalized packages have usually many `po/LL.po' files, where
+LL gives an ISO 639 two-letter code identifying the language.  Unless
+translations have been forbidden at `configure' time by using the
+`--disable-nls' switch, all available translations are installed
+together with the package.  However, the environment variable `LINGUAS'
+may be set, prior to configuration, to limit the installed set.
+`LINGUAS' should then contain a space separated list of two-letter
+codes, stating which languages are allowed.
+
+Using This Package
+==================
+
+   As a user, if your language has been installed for this package, you
+only have to set the `LANG' environment variable to the appropriate
+`LL_CC' combination.  Here `LL' is an ISO 639 two-letter language code,
+and `CC' is an ISO 3166 two-letter country code.  For example, let's
+suppose that you speak German and live in Germany.  At the shell
+prompt, merely execute `setenv LANG de_DE' (in `csh'),
+`export LANG; LANG=de_DE' (in `sh') or `export LANG=de_DE' (in `bash').
+This can be done from your `.login' or `.profile' file, once and for
+all.
+
+   You might think that the country code specification is redundant.
+But in fact, some languages have dialects in different countries.  For
+example, `de_AT' is used for Austria, and `pt_BR' for Brazil.  The
+country code serves to distinguish the dialects.
+
+   The locale naming convention of `LL_CC', with `LL' denoting the
+language and `CC' denoting the country, is the one use on systems based
+on GNU libc.  On other systems, some variations of this scheme are
+used, such as `LL' or `LL_CC.ENCODING'.  You can get the list of
+locales supported by your system for your country by running the command
+`locale -a | grep '^LL''.
+
+   Not all programs have translations for all languages.  By default, an
+English message is shown in place of a nonexistent translation.  If you
+understand other languages, you can set up a priority list of languages.
+This is done through a different environment variable, called
+`LANGUAGE'.  GNU `gettext' gives preference to `LANGUAGE' over `LANG'
+for the purpose of message handling, but you still need to have `LANG'
+set to the primary language; this is required by other parts of the
+system libraries.  For example, some Swedish users who would rather
+read translations in German than English for when Swedish is not
+available, set `LANGUAGE' to `sv:de' while leaving `LANG' to `sv_SE'.
+
+   In the `LANGUAGE' environment variable, but not in the `LANG'
+environment variable, `LL_CC' combinations can be abbreviated as `LL'
+to denote the language's main dialect.  For example, `de' is equivalent
+to `de_DE' (German as spoken in Germany), and `pt' to `pt_PT'
+(Portuguese as spoken in Portugal) in this context.
+
+Translating Teams
+=================
+
+   For the Free Translation Project to be a success, we need interested
+people who like their own language and write it well, and who are also
+able to synergize with other translators speaking the same language.
+Each translation team has its own mailing list.  The up-to-date list of
+teams can be found at the Free Translation Project's homepage,
+`http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/contrib/po/HTML/', in the "National teams"
+area.
+
+   If you'd like to volunteer to _work_ at translating messages, you
+should become a member of the translating team for your own language.
+The subscribing address is _not_ the same as the list itself, it has
+`-request' appended.  For example, speakers of Swedish can send a
+message to `sv-request@li.org', having this message body:
+
+     subscribe
+
+   Keep in mind that team members are expected to participate
+_actively_ in translations, or at solving translational difficulties,
+rather than merely lurking around.  If your team does not exist yet and
+you want to start one, or if you are unsure about what to do or how to
+get started, please write to `translation@iro.umontreal.ca' to reach the
+coordinator for all translator teams.
+
+   The English team is special.  It works at improving and uniformizing
+the terminology in use.  Proven linguistic skill are praised more than
+programming skill, here.
+
+Available Packages
+==================
+
+   Languages are not equally supported in all packages.  The following
+matrix shows the current state of internationalization, as of August
+2002.  The matrix shows, in regard of each package, for which languages
+PO files have been submitted to translation coordination, with a
+translation percentage of at least 50%.
+
+     Ready PO files    be bg ca cs da de el en eo es et fi fr
+                     +----------------------------------------+
+     a2ps            |             [] []             []    [] |
+     ap-utils        |                                        |
+     bash            |                []       [] []       [] |
+     bfd             |                            []       [] |
+     binutils        |                            []       [] |
+     bison           |                []          [] []    [] |
+     clisp           |                                        |
+     clisp           |                []    []    []       [] |
+     clisplow        |                                        |
+     cpio            |             [] []          []       [] |
+     darkstat        |             ()                         |
+     diffutils       |          [] [] []       [] []       [] |
+     enscript        |                []                   [] |
+     error           |                []          []       [] |
+     fetchmail       |       [] () [] []          []       () |
+     fileutils       |             [] []          [] []    [] |
+     findutils       |             [] []       [] [] []    [] |
+     flex            |       []    [] []          []       [] |
+     gas             |                            []       [] |
+     gawk            |                []          []       [] |
+     gcal            |       []                            [] |
+     gcc             |                            []       [] |
+     gettext         |       []    [] []          []       [] |
+     gnupg           |       []       [] []    [] [] []    [] |
+     gprof           |                            []       [] |
+     gpsdrive        |             () ()    ()    ()       () |
+     grep            |    [] []       [] []       [] [] [] [] |
+     gretl           |                            []          |
+     gthumb          |                ()          ()       () |
+     hello           |       []    [] [] []    [] [] [] [] [] |
+     id-utils        |             [] []                   [] |
+     indent          |       []       []       []    []    [] |
+     jpilot          |          () [] []                   [] |
+     jwhois          |                            []       [] |
+     kbd             |                []          []       [] |
+     ld              |                            []       [] |
+     libc            |       [] [] [] [] []       []    [] [] |
+     libiconv        |       []       []       [] []          |
+     lifelines       |                ()                   () |
+     lilypond        |             []                      [] |
+     lingoteach      |                         []          [] |
+     lingoteach_lessons|                ()          ()          |
+     lynx            |       [] [] [] []             []       |
+     m4              |          [] [] [] []                [] |
+     make            |             [] []          []       [] |
+     man-db          |       [] () () []          ()       () |
+     mysecretdiary   |                []          []       [] |
+     nano            |       [] () [] []          []       [] |
+     nano_1_0        |       [] () [] []          []       [] |
+     opcodes         |             []             []       [] |
+     parted          |       []    [] []          []       [] |
+     ptx             |             [] []       [] [] [] [] [] |
+     python          |                                        |
+     recode          |             [] [] []    [] []       [] |
+     sed             |       [] [] [] [] []    [] [] [] [] [] |
+     sh-utils        |                []          [] []    [] |
+     sharutils       |          [] [] [] []       [] []    [] |
+     sketch          |                ()          []       () |
+     soundtracker    |                []          []       [] |
+     sp              |                []                      |
+     tar             |          [] [] []          [] []    [] |
+     texinfo         |          [] [] []       []          [] |
+     textutils       |       []    [] []          []       [] |
+     util-linux      |          [] [] []          [] []    [] |
+     vorbis-tools    |                                     [] |
+     wastesedge      |                                        |
+     wdiff           |       []    [] []          [] []    [] |
+     wget            |    [] [] [] [] [] []       [] [] [] [] |
+                     +----------------------------------------+
+                       be bg ca cs da de el en eo es et fi fr
+                        0  2 19 10 30 44  9  1 12 44 17  6 53
+     
+                       gl he hr hu id it ja ko lv nb nl nn
+                     +-------------------------------------+
+     a2ps            |                ()    ()       []    |
+     ap-utils        |                                     |
+     bash            |          []                         |
+     bfd             |                   []                |
+     binutils        |                   []                |
+     bison           |       []       [] []          []    |
+     clisp           |                                     |
+     clisp           |                               []    |
+     clisplow        |                                     |
+     cpio            | []       []          []       []    |
+     darkstat        |                                     |
+     diffutils       | [] []    [] []    []                |
+     enscript        |       []                      []    |
+     error           |          []                         |
+     fetchmail       |                   []                |
+     fileutils       |          []    [] []                |
+     findutils       | []    [] [] [] [] [] []       []    |
+     flex            |                      []             |
+     gas             |                                     |
+     gawk            |    []                               |
+     gcal            |                                     |
+     gcc             |                   []                |
+     gettext         |                   [] []             |
+     gnupg           | []          [] [] []                |
+     gprof           |             []                      |
+     gpsdrive        |          []    ()             ()    |
+     grep            | [] [] [] [] [] [] []                |
+     gretl           |                                     |
+     gthumb          |                () ()                |
+     hello           | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
+     id-utils        |          []                   []    |
+     indent          | []       []       []          []    |
+     jpilot          |                   ()          ()    |
+     jwhois          |          [] []                      |
+     kbd             |                                     |
+     ld              |                                     |
+     libc            | []                [] []    []       |
+     libiconv        | []    [] []                         |
+     lifelines       |                                     |
+     lilypond        |                               []    |
+     lingoteach      |          []                         |
+     lingoteach_lessons|                                     |
+     lynx            |          []    [] []          []    |
+     m4              | []          []    []          []    |
+     make            | [] [] []          [] []       []    |
+     man-db          |                () ()                |
+     mysecretdiary   |             []                      |
+     nano            | []          [] []             []    |
+     nano_1_0        | []          [] []          []    [] |
+     opcodes         |             []                []    |
+     parted          | []                []             [] |
+     ptx             | []       [] []             [] []    |
+     python          |                                     |
+     recode          | [] []          []                   |
+     sed             | [] [] []    [] [] [] []       []    |
+     sh-utils        |                [] []       []       |
+     sharutils       | []                []          []    |
+     sketch          |                ()                   |
+     soundtracker    | []    []                            |
+     sp              |                                     |
+     tar             | []    []    [] [] []       []       |
+     texinfo         |    [] []          []                |
+     textutils       | []                [] []    []       |
+     util-linux      |                () []                |
+     vorbis-tools    |          []                         |
+     wastesedge      |                                     |
+     wdiff           | []       [] []                      |
+     wget            | [] [] [] []       []          []    |
+                     +-------------------------------------+
+                       gl he hr hu id it ja ko lv nb nl nn
+                       23  9 12 19 16 13 26  9  1  7 19  3
+     
+                       no pl pt pt_BR ru sk sl sv tr uk zh_CN zh_TW
+                     +----------------------------------------------+
+     a2ps            | () () ()  []   []    [] [] []                | 10
+     ap-utils        |                               ()             |  0
+     bash            |           []                                 |  6
+     bfd             |                         [] []                |  5
+     binutils        |                         [] []                |  5
+     bison           |           []   []       [] []                | 12
+     clisp           |                                              |  0
+     clisp           |                                              |  5
+     clisplow        |                                              |  0
+     cpio            |    []     []   []       []                   | 12
+     darkstat        |           []            []        ()    ()   |  2
+     diffutils       |    []     []   []       [] []           []   | 17
+     enscript        |           []   []       [] []                |  8
+     error           |                   []       []           []   |  7
+     fetchmail       |    ()     ()               []                |  6
+     fileutils       |                []    [] [] []     []    []   | 14
+     findutils       |    []     []   [] [] [] [] []                | 21
+     flex            |                []       [] []                |  9
+     gas             |                            []                |  3
+     gawk            |                         [] []                |  6
+     gcal            |                         [] []                |  4
+     gcc             |                            []                |  4
+     gettext         |                [] [] [] [] []           []   | 13
+     gnupg           |    []                   [] []                | 14
+     gprof           |                         [] []                |  5
+     gpsdrive        |                   []    []                   |  3
+     grep            |    []     []   []    []    []                | 20
+     gretl           |                                              |  1
+     gthumb          |           ()   ()       []                   |  1
+     hello           | [] []          [] []    [] [] []             | 28
+     id-utils        |           []   []       [] []                |  9
+     indent          |           []   [] []    [] []                | 14
+     jpilot          | ()                      () []           []   |  5
+     jwhois          |           []   ()       () []           []   |  7
+     kbd             |                         [] []                |  5
+     ld              |                         [] []                |  4
+     libc            | [] []     []      []    [] []                | 18
+     libiconv        |           []   [] []    [] []                | 12
+     lifelines       |                         []                   |  1
+     lilypond        |                         []                   |  4
+     lingoteach      |           []            []                   |  5
+     lingoteach_lessons|                                   ()         |  0
+     lynx            |           []   []       [] []                | 13
+     m4              |    []     []   []       []                   | 13
+     make            |    []     []   []       [] []                | 15
+     man-db          |                                              |  3
+     mysecretdiary   |           []            [] []                |  7
+     nano            |    []          []       []    []             | 13
+     nano_1_0        |    []          []       []    []             | 14
+     opcodes         |           []            [] []                |  8
+     parted          |       []  []            [] []                | 12
+     ptx             | [] [] []  []   []       [] []                | 19
+     python          |                                              |  0
+     recode          |    []     []   []    [] [] []                | 15
+     sed             |           []   [] [] [] [] []                | 24
+     sh-utils        |                []          []                |  9
+     sharutils       |                []       [] []           []   | 14
+     sketch          |           []   ()       []                   |  4
+     soundtracker    |                         []                   |  6
+     sp              |                                              |  1
+     tar             | [] []     []      [] [] [] []                | 19
+     texinfo         |                []       []                   | 10
+     textutils       |                []    [] [] []           []   | 14
+     util-linux      |           []            [] []                | 10
+     vorbis-tools    |                         []                   |  3
+     wastesedge      |                                              |  0
+     wdiff           |           []   [] []    [] []                | 14
+     wget            |    []          [] [] [] [] [] []        []   | 24
+                     +----------------------------------------------+
+       37 teams        no pl pt pt_BR ru sk sl sv tr uk zh_CN zh_TW
+       68 domains       4 15  2  28   28 12 10 49 43  4   1     9    609
+
+   Some counters in the preceding matrix are higher than the number of
+visible blocks let us expect.  This is because a few extra PO files are
+used for implementing regional variants of languages, or language
+dialects.
+
+   For a PO file in the matrix above to be effective, the package to
+which it applies should also have been internationalized and
+distributed as such by its maintainer.  There might be an observable
+lag between the mere existence a PO file and its wide availability in a
+distribution.
+
+   If August 2002 seems to be old, you may fetch a more recent copy of
+this `ABOUT-NLS' file on most GNU archive sites.  The most up-to-date
+matrix with full percentage details can be found at
+`http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/contrib/po/HTML/matrix.html'.
+
+Using `gettext' in new packages
+===============================
+
+   If you are writing a freely available program and want to
+internationalize it you are welcome to use GNU `gettext' in your
+package.  Of course you have to respect the GNU Library General Public
+License which covers the use of the GNU `gettext' library.  This means
+in particular that even non-free programs can use `libintl' as a shared
+library, whereas only free software can use `libintl' as a static
+library or use modified versions of `libintl'.
+
+   Once the sources are changed appropriately and the setup can handle
+to use of `gettext' the only thing missing are the translations.  The
+Free Translation Project is also available for packages which are not
+developed inside the GNU project.  Therefore the information given above
+applies also for every other Free Software Project.  Contact
+`translation@iro.umontreal.ca' to make the `.pot' files available to
+the translation teams.
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/Android.mk b/e2fsprogs/Android.mk
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5053e7d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/Android.mk
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+include $(call all-subdir-makefiles)
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/COPYING b/e2fsprogs/COPYING
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..dd1227b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/COPYING
@@ -0,0 +1,849 @@
+This package, the EXT2 filesystem utilities, are made available under
+the GNU Public License version 2, with the exception of the lib/ext2fs
+and lib/e2p libraries, which are made available under the GNU Library
+General Public License Version 2, the lib/uuid library which is made
+available under a BSD-style license and the lib/et and lib/ss
+libraries which are made available under an MIT-style license.  Please
+see lib/uuid/COPYING for more details for the license for the files
+comprising the libuuid library, and the source file headers of the
+libet and libss libraries for more information.
+
+The most recent officially distributed version can be found at
+http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net.  If you need to make a distribution,
+that's the one you should use.  If there is some reason why you'd like
+a more recent version that is still in ALPHA testing (i.e., either
+using the "WIP" test distributions or one from the hg or git
+repository from the development branch, please contact me
+(tytso@mit.edu) before you ship.  The release schedules for this
+package are flexible, if you give me enough lead time.
+
+
+					Theodore Ts'o
+					23-June-2007
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+		    GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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+
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diff --git a/e2fsprogs/CleanSpec.mk b/e2fsprogs/CleanSpec.mk
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ded4ceb
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/CleanSpec.mk
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+# Copyright (C) 2007 The Android Open Source Project
+#
+# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+# You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+# limitations under the License.
+#
+
+# If you don't need to do a full clean build but would like to touch
+# a file or delete some intermediate files, add a clean step to the end
+# of the list.  These steps will only be run once, if they haven't been
+# run before.
+#
+# E.g.:
+#     $(call add-clean-step, touch -c external/sqlite/sqlite3.h)
+#     $(call add-clean-step, rm -rf $(PRODUCT_OUT)/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/libz_intermediates)
+#
+# Always use "touch -c" and "rm -f" or "rm -rf" to gracefully deal with
+# files that are missing or have been moved.
+#
+# Use $(PRODUCT_OUT) to get to the "out/target/product/blah/" directory.
+# Use $(OUT_DIR) to refer to the "out" directory.
+#
+# If you need to re-do something that's already mentioned, just copy
+# the command and add it to the bottom of the list.  E.g., if a change
+# that you made last week required touching a file and a change you
+# made today requires touching the same file, just copy the old
+# touch step and add it to the end of the list.
+#
+# ************************************************
+# NEWER CLEAN STEPS MUST BE AT THE END OF THE LIST
+# ************************************************
+
+# For example:
+#$(call add-clean-step, rm -rf $(OUT_DIR)/target/common/obj/APPS/AndroidTests_intermediates)
+#$(call add-clean-step, rm -rf $(OUT_DIR)/target/common/obj/JAVA_LIBRARIES/core_intermediates)
+#$(call add-clean-step, find $(OUT_DIR) -type f -name "IGTalkSession*" -print0 | xargs -0 rm -f)
+#$(call add-clean-step, rm -rf $(PRODUCT_OUT)/data/*)
+
+# ************************************************
+# NEWER CLEAN STEPS MUST BE AT THE END OF THE LIST
+# ************************************************
+
+$(call add-clean-step, rm -rf $(PRODUCT_OUT)/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/libext2_uuid_intermediates)
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/INSTALL b/e2fsprogs/INSTALL
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b5afd2f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/INSTALL
@@ -0,0 +1,69 @@
+	To install the second extended file system management programs,
+just follow the steps:
+
+1) Change directory into the top of the e2fsprogs source tree
+
+2) Create a build directory and cd into it:
+
+	mkdir build; cd build
+
+3)  Run the configure script
+
+	../configure
+
+	If you wish to turn on ELF shared libraries, add the option
+--enable-elf-shlibs.  If you wish to build profiling libraries, add
+the option --enable-profile.
+
+	Note that if you are building on an older system (i.e., a 2.4
+kernel and/or glibc 2.2), the use of thread local storage will probably
+cause programs that use the uuid library to core dump.  To disable
+thread local storage, use the configure option --disable-tls.
+
+4)  Compile the programs
+
+	make
+
+5)   Check to make sure the installation built correctly:
+
+	make check
+
+6)  Install the programs
+
+	Run `make install'
+
+7)  Install the include files and libraries
+
+	You can run `make install-libs' to install the include files and
+libraries.  Please note that this installation is not needed for the
+programs to work.  It is only needed if you expect to develop other
+programs using the libraries or if you want to compile other program
+using these libraries (like the 4.4BSD dump and restore port).
+
+8)  Remove any pre-formatted man pages.  
+
+	Some distributions will have pre-formatted manual pages which
+will always be displayed in preference to newer man pages in /usr/man.
+If this is the case, you may need to manually remove them in order to
+see the correct manual pages.  The shell script in
+install-utils/remove_preformat_manpages may be helpful in doing so.
+
+9)  Make sure your /etc/fstab file is correct.
+
+	Some distributions install an /etc/fstab which is missing the
+fifth and sixth field of filesystem entry, which are the dump
+frequency, and the fsck pass number, respectively.  The problem with
+this is that the getmntent() library routine interprets those missing
+fields as "0", and a pass number of 0 is documented as meaning that
+fsck should not check that particular filesystem.  If your entries in
+your /etc/fstab file look liks this:
+
+/dev/hda4       /        ext2        defaults
+
+you should add "1 1" at the end of each line, so that they look like this:
+
+/dev/hda4       /        ext2        defaults	1	1
+
+	There is a script in install-utils/convfstab (donated by
+Michael Weller) that may help you correct your /etc/fstab file.
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/INSTALL.elfbin b/e2fsprogs/INSTALL.elfbin
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3f54aa1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/INSTALL.elfbin
@@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
+NOTE: This is the ELF version of the binary distribution.  If you have
+a DLL system, please compile e2fsprogs from sources yourself.  (In
+fact, in general you're better off compiling e2fsprogs from sources
+instead of using precompiled binaries.)  
+
+Also please note that these binaries assume the use of the GNU Libc.
+If you're still using libc5, you'll need build e2fsprogs from source.
+
+	To install the binary distribution of the second extended file
+system management programs, just follow the steps:
+
+1) Install this tar file using the following command:
+
+	gunzip < e2fsprogs-1.13-elfbin.tar.gz | (cd /; tar Sxvpf - )
+
+2) Run ldconfig to update the shared library pointers.
+
+        As root, type /sbin/ldconfig. This will update the links to
+the shared libraries included in the distribution. You can then remove
+the old versions of the libraries from /lib.  
+
+3) Remove any pre-formatted man pages.  
+
+	Some distributions will have pre-formatted manual pages which
+will always be displayed in preference to newer man pages in /usr/man.
+If this is the case, you may need to manually remove them in order to
+see the correct manual pages.  The shell script in
+install-utils/remove_preformat_manpages may be helpful in doing so.
+
+4) Make sure your /etc/fstab file is correct.
+
+	Some distributions install an /etc/fstab which is missing the
+fifth and sixth field of filesystem entry, which are the dump
+frequency, and the fsck pass number, respectively.  The problem with
+this is that the getmntent() library routine interprets those missing
+fields as "0", and a pass number of 0 is documented as meaning that
+fsck should not check that particular filesystem.  If your entries in
+your /etc/fstab file look liks this:
+
+/dev/hda4       /        ext2        defaults
+
+you should add "1 1" at the end of each line, so that they look like this:
+
+/dev/hda4       /        ext2        defaults	1	1
+
+	There is a script in install-utils/convfstab (donated by
+Michael Weller) that may help you correct your /etc/fstab file.
+
+5) Cleanup files from the installation.
+
+	When you're done with the installation, you will probably want
+to remove /INSTALL (this file), /README, and /install-utils from your
+root directory
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/MCONFIG.in b/e2fsprogs/MCONFIG.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..557b37a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/MCONFIG.in
@@ -0,0 +1,280 @@
+# Beginning of file MCONFIG
+
+all::
+
+check::
+
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+
+COMPRESS_EXT = gz bz2 bz Z
+
+prefix = @prefix@
+root_prefix = @root_prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+root_bindir = @root_bindir@
+root_sbindir = @root_sbindir@
+root_libdir = @root_libdir@
+datarootdir = @datarootdir@
+bindir = @bindir@
+sbindir = @sbindir@
+libdir = @libdir@
+datadir= @datadir@
+localedir = $(datadir)/locale
+root_sysconfdir= @root_sysconfdir@
+includedir = @includedir@
+mandir = @mandir@
+man1dir = $(mandir)/man1
+man3dir = $(mandir)/man3
+man5dir = $(mandir)/man5
+man8dir = $(mandir)/man8
+infodir = @infodir@
+datadir = @datadir@
+
+@SET_MAKE@
+
+@ifGNUmake@ V =
+@ifGNUmake@ ifeq ($(strip $(V)),)
+@ifGNUmake@ #  E = @echo
+@ifGNUmake@ #  ES = echo
+@ifGNUmake@ #  Q = @
+@ifGNUmake@    E = @E@
+@ifGNUmake@    ES = @ES@
+@ifGNUmake@    Q = @Q@
+@ifGNUmake@ else
+@ifGNUmake@    E = @\#
+@ifGNUmake@    ES = \#
+@ifGNUmake@    Q =
+@ifGNUmake@ endif
+
+@ifNotGNUmake@ E = @E@
+@ifNotGNUmake@ ES = @ES@
+@ifNotGNUmake@ Q = @Q@
+
+@ifGNUmake@ CHECK=sparse
+@ifGNUmake@ CHECK_OPTS=-Wsparse-all -Wno-transparent-union -Wno-return-void -Wno-undef -Wno-non-pointer-null
+@ifGNUmake@ ifeq ("$(C)", "2")
+@ifGNUmake@   CHECK_CMD=$(CHECK) $(CHECK_OPTS) -Wbitwise -D__CHECK_ENDIAN__
+@ifGNUmake@ else
+@ifGNUmake@   ifeq ("$(C)", "1")
+@ifGNUmake@     CHECK_CMD=$(CHECK) $(CHECK_OPTS)
+@ifGNUmake@    else
+@ifGNUmake@     CHECK_CMD=@true
+@ifGNUmake@   endif
+@ifGNUmake@ endif
+
+@ifNotGNUmake@ CHECK_CMD=@true
+
+CC = @CC@
+BUILD_CC = @BUILD_CC@
+CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@
+CPPFLAGS = @INCLUDES@
+ALL_CFLAGS = $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)
+LDFLAGS = @LDFLAGS@
+ALL_LDFLAGS = $(LDFLAGS) @LDFLAG_DYNAMIC@
+LDFLAGS_STATIC = $(LDFLAGS) @LDFLAG_STATIC@
+BUILD_CFLAGS = @BUILD_CFLAGS@
+BUILD_LDFLAGS = @BUILD_LDFLAGS@
+RDYNAMIC = @RDYNAMIC@
+LINK_BUILD_FLAGS = @LINK_BUILD_FLAGS@
+LINK_INSTALL_FLAGS = @LINK_INSTALL_FLAGS@
+RM = @RM@
+LN = @LN@
+LN_S = @LN_S@
+MV = @MV@
+CP = @CP@
+CHMOD = @CHMOD@
+AR = @AR@
+AWK = @AWK@
+SED = @SED@
+PERL = @PERL@
+RANLIB = @RANLIB@
+STRIP = @STRIP@
+LD = $(PURE) @CC@
+ARUPD = $(AR) r
+ARGEN = $(AR) rc
+LDCONFIG = @LDCONFIG@
+INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@
+INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
+INSTALL_SCRIPT = @INSTALL_SCRIPT@
+MKINSTALLDIRS = @MKINSTALLDIRS@
+
+#
+# Library definitions
+#
+LIB = $(top_builddir)/lib
+LIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@LIB_EXT@ @PRIVATE_LIBS_CMT@ @DLOPEN_LIB@
+LIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@LIB_EXT@ @PRIVATE_LIBS_CMT@ @SEM_INIT_LIB@
+LIBE2P = $(LIB)/libe2p@LIB_EXT@
+LIBEXT2FS = $(LIB)/libext2fs@LIB_EXT@
+LIBUUID = @LIBUUID@ @SOCKET_LIB@
+LIBQUOTA = @STATIC_LIBQUOTA@
+LIBBLKID = @LIBBLKID@ @PRIVATE_LIBS_CMT@ $(LIBUUID)
+LIBINTL = @LIBINTL@
+DEPLIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@LIB_EXT@
+DEPLIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@LIB_EXT@
+DEPLIBUUID = @DEPLIBUUID@
+DEPLIBQUOTA = @DEPSTATIC_LIBQUOTA@
+DEPLIBBLKID = @DEPLIBBLKID@ @PRIVATE_LIBS_CMT@ $(DEPLIBUUID)
+
+STATIC_LIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@STATIC_LIB_EXT@ @DLOPEN_LIB@
+STATIC_LIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@STATIC_LIB_EXT@ @SEM_INIT_LIB@
+STATIC_LIBE2P = $(LIB)/libe2p@STATIC_LIB_EXT@
+STATIC_LIBEXT2FS = $(LIB)/libext2fs@STATIC_LIB_EXT@
+STATIC_LIBUUID = @STATIC_LIBUUID@ @SOCKET_LIB@
+STATIC_LIBQUOTA = @STATIC_LIBQUOTA@
+STATIC_LIBBLKID = @STATIC_LIBBLKID@ $(STATIC_LIBUUID)
+DEPSTATIC_LIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@STATIC_LIB_EXT@
+DEPSTATIC_LIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@STATIC_LIB_EXT@
+DEPSTATIC_LIBUUID = @DEPSTATIC_LIBUUID@
+DEPSTATIC_LIBQUOTA = @DEPSTATIC_LIBQUOTA@
+DEPSTATIC_LIBBLKID = @DEPSTATIC_LIBBLKID@ $(DEPSTATIC_LIBUUID)
+
+PROFILED_LIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@ @DLOPEN_LIB@
+PROFILED_LIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@ @SEM_INIT_LIB@
+PROFILED_LIBE2P = $(LIB)/libe2p@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@
+PROFILED_LIBEXT2FS = $(LIB)/libext2fs@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@
+PROFILED_LIBUUID = @PROFILED_LIBUUID@ @SOCKET_LIB@
+PROFILED_LIBQUOTA = @PROFILED_LIBQUOTA@
+PROFILED_LIBBLKID = @PROFILED_LIBBLKID@ $(PROFILED_LIBUUID)
+DEPPROFILED_LIBSS = $(LIB)/libss@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@
+DEPPROFILED_LIBCOM_ERR = $(LIB)/libcom_err@PROFILED_LIB_EXT@
+DEPPROFILED_LIBUUID = @PROFILED_LIBUUID@
+DEPPROFILED_LIBQUOTA = @PROFILED_LIBQUOTA@
+DEPPROFILED_LIBBLKID = @PROFILED_LIBBLKID@ $(DEPPROFILED_LIBUUID)
+
+#
+# A fast substitution command for fixing up man pages, shell scripts, etc.
+#
+SUBST_CONF=$(top_builddir)/util/subst.conf
+SUBSTITUTE= $(top_builddir)/util/subst -f $(SUBST_CONF)
+SUBSTITUTE_UPTIME= $(top_builddir)/util/subst -t -f $(SUBST_CONF)
+DEP_SUBSTITUTE= $(top_builddir)/util/subst $(SUBST_CONF)
+
+$(top_builddir)/util/subst:
+	cd $(top_builddir)/util ; $(MAKE) subst
+
+#
+# Script for installing symlinks (for shared libraries)
+#
+$(top_builddir)/util/install-symlink: $(top_srcdir)/util/install-symlink.in \
+			      $(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=util/install-symlink ./config.status
+	chmod +x $(top_builddir)/util/install-symlink
+
+$(top_builddir)/util/symlinks:
+	cd $(top_builddir)/util ; $(MAKE) symlinks
+
+INSTALL_SYMLINK = /bin/sh $(top_builddir)/util/install-symlink \
+			@SYMLINK_RELATIVE@ \
+			--symlinks=$(top_builddir)/util/symlinks
+DEP_INSTALL_SYMLINK = $(top_builddir)/util/install-symlink \
+			$(top_builddir)/util/symlinks
+
+#
+# Warning flags
+#
+# Run make gcc-wall to do a build with warning messages.
+#
+#
+WFLAGS=		-std=c99 -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=600 -D_GNU_SOURCE \
+			-pedantic $(WFLAGS_EXTRA) \
+			-Wall -W -Wwrite-strings -Wpointer-arith \
+			-Wcast-qual -Wcast-align -Wno-variadic-macros \
+			-Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes \
+			-Wformat-security  -Wformat-nonliteral \
+			-Wmissing-format-attribute -O2 -Wstrict-aliasing \
+			-Wnested-externs -Winline -DNO_INLINE_FUNCS -Wshadow \
+			-UENABLE_NLS
+
+gcc-wall-new:
+	(make CFLAGS="@CFLAGS@ $(WFLAGS)" > /dev/null) 2>&1 | sed -f $(top_srcdir)/util/gcc-wall-cleanup 
+
+gcc-wall:
+	make clean > /dev/null
+	make gcc-wall-new
+
+#
+# Installation user and groups
+#
+BINGRP=		bin
+BINOWN=		bin
+BINMODE=	555
+INCGRP=		bin
+INCOWN=		bin
+INCMODE=	444
+LIBOWN=		bin
+LIBGRP=		bin
+LIBMODE=	444
+MANGRP=		bin
+MANOWN=		bin
+MANMODE=	444
+
+#
+# Autoconf magic...
+#
+
+DEP_LIB_MAKEFILES = $(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.library \
+	$(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.elf-lib  \
+	$(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.bsd-lib $(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.darwin-lib \
+	$(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.solaris-lib $(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.checker \
+	$(top_srcdir)/lib/Makefile.profile
+
+$(top_builddir)/config.status: $(top_srcdir)/configure
+	cd $(top_builddir); ./config.status --recheck
+
+$(top_builddir)/MCONFIG: $(top_srcdir)/MCONFIG.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=MCONFIG ./config.status
+
+$(top_builddir)/lib/config.h: $(top_srcdir)/lib/config.h.in \
+			      $(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=lib/config.h ./config.status
+
+$(top_builddir)/lib/dirpaths.h: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE) $(top_srcdir)/lib/dirpaths.h.in
+	$(E) "	SUBST $@"
+	$(Q) $(SUBSTITUTE) $(top_srcdir)/lib/dirpaths.h.in $@
+
+$(top_builddir)/lib/substitute_sh: $(top_srcdir)/lib/substitute_sh.in \
+		$(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=lib/substitute_sh ./config.status
+
+$(top_builddir)/util/subst.conf: $(top_srcdir)/util/subst.conf.in \
+		$(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=util/subst.conf ./config.status
+
+Makefile: $(srcdir)/Makefile.in $(top_builddir)/MCONFIG \
+		$(DEP_MAKEFILE) $(top_builddir)/config.status
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=$(my_dir)/Makefile ./config.status
+
+@MAINTAINER_CMT@$(top_srcdir)/configure: $(top_srcdir)/configure.in
+@MAINTAINER_CMT@	cd $(top_srcdir) && autoheader && autoconf
+
+#
+# Make depend magic...
+#
+
+.depend: Makefile $(SRCS) $(top_srcdir)/depfix.sed $(top_srcdir)/wordwrap.pl
+	if test -n "$(SRCS)" ; then \
+		$(CC) -M $(ALL_CFLAGS) $(SRCS) | \
+			$(SED) -f $(top_srcdir)/depfix.sed \
+			    -e 's; $(srcdir)/; $$(srcdir)/;g' \
+			    -e 's; $(top_srcdir)/; $$(top_srcdir)/;g' \
+			    -e 's; $(top_builddir)/; $$(top_builddir)/;g' \
+			    -e 's; \./; ;g' \
+			    -e '/^#/d' \
+			    -e '/^ *\\$$/d' | \
+			$(PERL) $(top_srcdir)/wordwrap.pl > .depend; \
+	else :; fi
+
+depend:: .depend
+	if test -n "$(SRCS)" ; then \
+		sed -e '/^# +++ Dependency line eater +++/,$$d' \
+			< $(srcdir)/Makefile.in | cat - .depend \
+			> $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.new; \
+	if cmp -s $(srcdir)/Makefile.in $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.new ; then \
+		$(RM) $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.new ; \
+	else \
+		$(MV) $(srcdir)/Makefile.in $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.old; \
+		$(MV) $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.new $(srcdir)/Makefile.in; \
+	fi ; else :; fi
+
+# End of file MCONFIG
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/MODULE_LICENSE_GPL b/e2fsprogs/MODULE_LICENSE_GPL
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e69de29
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/MODULE_LICENSE_GPL
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/Makefile.in b/e2fsprogs/Makefile.in
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f327d19
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,148 @@
+srcdir = @srcdir@
+top_srcdir = @top_srcdir@
+VPATH = @srcdir@
+top_builddir = .
+my_dir = .
+INSTALL = @INSTALL@
+
+@MCONFIG@
+
+% : %.sh
+
+@RESIZER_CMT@RESIZE_DIR= resize
+@DEBUGFS_CMT@DEBUGFS_DIR= debugfs
+@UUID_CMT@UUID_LIB_SUBDIR= lib/uuid
+@BLKID_CMT@BLKID_LIB_SUBDIR= lib/blkid
+QUOTA_LIB_SUBDIR= lib/quota
+
+LIB_SUBDIRS=lib/et lib/ss lib/e2p $(UUID_LIB_SUBDIR) lib/ext2fs $(BLKID_LIB_SUBDIR) $(QUOTA_LIB_SUBDIR) intl
+PROG_SUBDIRS=e2fsck $(DEBUGFS_DIR) misc $(RESIZE_DIR) tests/progs po
+SUBDIRS=util $(LIB_SUBDIRS) $(PROG_SUBDIRS) tests
+
+SUBS= util/subst.conf lib/config.h lib/dirpaths.h \
+	lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h lib/blkid/blkid_types.h lib/uuid/uuid_types.h
+
+TAR=tar
+
+all:: subs
+	$(MAKE) libs
+	$(MAKE) progs
+	$(MAKE) docs
+
+subs: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE)
+	@for i in $(SUBS) ; do if test -d `dirname $$i` ; \
+		then $(MAKE) $$i || exit $$? ; fi ; done
+	@(if test -d lib/et ; then cd lib/et && $(MAKE) compile_et; fi)
+	@(if test -d lib/ext2fs ; then cd lib/ext2fs && $(MAKE) ext2_err.h; fi)
+
+progs: all-progs-recursive
+libs: all-libs-recursive
+all-progs-recursive all-libs-recursive: subs
+
+e2fsprogs.spec: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE) e2fsprogs.spec.in
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=./e2fsprogs.spec ./config.status
+
+rpm: e2fsprogs.spec
+	sh contrib/build-rpm
+
+docs:
+	-@test -d doc && cd doc && $(MAKE) libext2fs.info
+
+install-doc-libs:
+	-@test -d doc && cd doc && $(MAKE) install-doc-libs
+
+uninstall-doc-libs:
+	-@test -d doc && cd doc && $(MAKE) uninstall-doc-libs
+
+clean-doc:
+	-@test -d doc && cd doc && $(MAKE) clean
+
+distclean-doc:
+	-test -d doc && cd doc && $(MAKE) distclean
+
+install: subs all-libs-recursive install-progs-recursive \
+  install-shlibs-libs-recursive install-doc-libs
+	if test ! -d e2fsck && test ! -d debugfs && test ! -d misc && test ! -d ext2ed ; then $(MAKE) install-libs ; fi
+
+install-strip: subs all-libs-recursive install-strip-progs-recursive \
+  install-shlibs-strip-libs-recursive install-doc-libs
+
+uninstall: uninstall-progs-recursive uninstall-shlibs-libs-recursive uninstall-doc-libs
+
+install-libs: install-libs-recursive
+
+uninstall-libs: uninstall-libs-recursive
+
+check-recursive: all
+
+TAGS clean-recursive distclean-recursive depend-recursive check-recursive \
+  mostlyclean-recursive realclean-recursive:
+	@for subdir in $(SUBDIRS); do \
+	  if test -d $$subdir ; then \
+	    target=`echo $@|$(SED) 's/-recursive//'`; \
+	    echo making $$target in $$subdir; \
+	    (cd $$subdir && $(MAKE) $$target) || exit 1; \
+	  fi ; \
+	done
+
+all-progs-recursive install-progs-recursive install-strip-progs-recursive \
+  uninstall-progs-recursive: all-libs-recursive
+	@for subdir in $(PROG_SUBDIRS); do \
+	  if test -d $$subdir ; then \
+	    target=`echo $@|$(SED) 's/-progs-recursive//'`; \
+	    echo making $$target in $$subdir; \
+	    (cd $$subdir && $(MAKE) $$target) || exit 1; \
+	  fi ; \
+	done
+
+all-libs-recursive install-libs-recursive install-strip-libs-recursive \
+  uninstall-libs-recursive install-shlibs-libs-recursive \
+  install-shlibs-strip-libs-recursive uninstall-shlibs-libs-recursive:
+	@for subdir in $(LIB_SUBDIRS); do \
+	  if test -d $$subdir ; then \
+	    target=`echo $@|$(SED) 's/-libs-recursive//'`; \
+	    echo making $$target in $$subdir; \
+	    (cd $$subdir && $(MAKE) $$target) || exit 1; \
+	  fi ; \
+	done
+
+mostlyclean: mostlyclean-recursive mostlyclean-local
+
+clean: clean-recursive clean-local clean-doc
+	$(RM) -f $(SUBS) 
+
+distclean: distclean-doc distclean-recursive
+	$(RM) -rf autom4te.cache e2fsprogs.spec ext2ed/Makefile po/stamp-po
+	$(MAKE) distclean-local 
+
+realclean: realclean-recursive realclean-local
+
+depend:: depend-recursive
+
+lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE) asm_types.h \
+		$(srcdir)/lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h.in
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=./lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h ./config.status
+
+lib/blkid/blkid_types.h: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE) asm_types.h \
+		$(srcdir)/lib/blkid/blkid_types.h.in
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=./lib/blkid/blkid_types.h ./config.status
+
+lib/uuid/uuid_types.h: $(DEP_SUBSTITUTE) asm_types.h \
+		$(srcdir)/lib/uuid/uuid_types.h.in
+	cd $(top_builddir); CONFIG_FILES=./lib/uuid/uuid_types.h ./config.status
+
+mostlyclean-local:
+	$(RM) -f \#* *~ *.orig core MAKELOG 
+
+clean-local: mostlyclean-local
+
+distclean-local: clean-local
+	$(RM) -f $(SUBS) $(SUBST_CONF) \
+		config.status config.log config.cache MCONFIG Makefile \
+		$(srcdir)/TAGS $(srcdir)/Makefile.in.old
+
+realclean-local: distclean-local
+	$(RM) -f configure
+
+check::	all check-recursive
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/NOTICE b/e2fsprogs/NOTICE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..dd1227b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/NOTICE
@@ -0,0 +1,849 @@
+This package, the EXT2 filesystem utilities, are made available under
+the GNU Public License version 2, with the exception of the lib/ext2fs
+and lib/e2p libraries, which are made available under the GNU Library
+General Public License Version 2, the lib/uuid library which is made
+available under a BSD-style license and the lib/et and lib/ss
+libraries which are made available under an MIT-style license.  Please
+see lib/uuid/COPYING for more details for the license for the files
+comprising the libuuid library, and the source file headers of the
+libet and libss libraries for more information.
+
+The most recent officially distributed version can be found at
+http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net.  If you need to make a distribution,
+that's the one you should use.  If there is some reason why you'd like
+a more recent version that is still in ALPHA testing (i.e., either
+using the "WIP" test distributions or one from the hg or git
+repository from the development branch, please contact me
+(tytso@mit.edu) before you ship.  The release schedules for this
+package are flexible, if you give me enough lead time.
+
+
+					Theodore Ts'o
+					23-June-2007
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
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diff --git a/e2fsprogs/README b/e2fsprogs/README
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/README
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+	This is the new version (1.42.9) of the second extended file
+system management programs.
+
+	From time to time, I release new versions of e2fsprogs, to fix
+bugs and to make the utilities more robust.  You can always find
+information about the latest version at the the e2fsprogs web page,
+which is:
+
+	http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net
+
+	The INSTALL file has instructions on building and installing
+e2fsprogs.  Provisions for building Red Hat RPMs and Debian dpkg files
+are supplied as well.
+
+	In case of bugs in these programs, please contact Ted Ts'o at
+tytso@mit.edu or tytso@alum.mit.edu.  See the e2fsck man page for
+suggestions of what sort of information to include when submitting bug
+reports for these programs.
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/README.subset b/e2fsprogs/README.subset
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+++ b/e2fsprogs/README.subset
@@ -0,0 +1,15 @@
+This distribution contains a subset of the e2fsprogs package; it
+contains the base libraries (ss, et, uuid, blkid) which may be used by
+other non-ext2-related applications.
+
+This may be useful for non-Linux operating systems that need these
+libraries for GNOME, but who do not need the ext2/ext3 filesystem
+utilities.
+
+The full e2fsprogs distributions can be found at the e2fsprogs web
+page, which is:
+
+	http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net
+
+In case of bugs in these libraries, please contact Ted Ts'o at
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diff --git a/e2fsprogs/README.version b/e2fsprogs/README.version
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/README.version
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+URL: https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/tytso/e2fsprogs/v1.42.9/e2fsprogs-1.42.9.tar.gz
+Version: 1.42.9
+BugComponent: 95221
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/RELEASE-NOTES b/e2fsprogs/RELEASE-NOTES
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+E2fsprogs 1.42.9 (December 28, 2013)
+====================================
+
+Mke2fs will detect an attempt to create a file system on a loop
+mounted file and complain without the -FF option.  Also fixed mke2fs
+so it allows the creation of a file system on a mounted device with
+two -F options, as documented in the man page, instead of three -F
+options.
+
+Fixed a large number of bugs in resize2fs, e2fsck, debugfs, and
+libext2fs to correctly handle bigalloc and 64-bit file systems.  There
+were many corner cases that had not been noticed in previous uses of
+these file systems, since they are not as common.  Some of the bugs
+could cause file system corruption or data loss, so users of 64-bit or
+bigalloc file systems are strongly urged to upgrade to e2fsprogs
+1.42.9.
+
+The tune2fs program will now not allow changing the uuid on a mounted
+file system which has the uninit_bg feature enabled.  This avoids a
+nasty race where the kernel and tune2fs are both retrying rewrite the
+group descriptors at the same time, with different ideas about what
+the UUID should be.
+
+When e2fsck is rehashing an extent-mapped directory, it's possible
+(although very rare) that an extent block will need to be allocated;
+fix e2fsck to make sure that the block gets marked as used.
+
+Mke2fs will now properly set the LARGE_FILE feature when creating a
+journal >= 2GB --- which can happen when using 64k block size.
+
+Fixed debugfs so that its freei command will correctly handle a request
+to free a range of consecutive inodes.
+
+Fixed 2fsck so it will not erroneously complain that an external journal
+is invalid if it is exactly 2**32 blocks.
+
+Fixed e2fsck so it won't try checking for, and adding, a missing
+lost+found directory when running in read-only mode.
+
+Fixed e2image to avoid some buffer overruns which would cause it to when
+creating a "standard (non-raw, non-qcow2) image file.  Standard
+e2image files are actually very rarely used, so we didn't notice when
+the changes to enable the qcow2 format broke this e2image mode.
+
+Fixed mke2fs so that the extended option "-E resize=NNN" will not turn
+on the resize_inode feature when the meta_bg feature is set, since
+these two features can not be set at the same time.
+
+Fixed tune2fs so that when it disables the quota feature, it updates all
+of the backup superblocks.
+
+Fixed dumpe2fs that would cause it to abort when run using an image file
+when trying to print the journal information (which is not present in
+an e2image created image file).
+
+Fixed a potential integer overflow in e2reefrag.
+(Addresses-Debian-Bug: #718205)
+
+Enhance debugfs so that when copying a sparse file from a native file
+system into the file system image using the "write" command, it will
+create a sparse file into the destination file system.
+
+Enhanced debugfs so it can support a command line which is up to 8k
+long.
+
+E2image will refuse (unless the -f option is specified to force the
+issue) to create a raw or qcow image using a mounted file system,
+unless the -f option is specified to force the issue.
+
+E2image has been optimized for using it to efficiently copy a file
+system by only copying the allocated blocks, by using the options -ra.
+New options (-o and -O) have been added so that a source and
+destination offset can be given.  The -p option will print progress
+information so the user will know how far along the copy is going.
+And finally, the new option -c is useful for updating a file system on
+an SSD, by avoiding unnecessary writes.  E2image can also shift a file
+system image by doing an in place move.
+
+Fix a regression introduced in 1.42.8 which would cause e2fsck to
+erroneously report uninitialized extents past the EOF (as determined by
+i_size) to be invalid.
+
+Fixed resize2fs so under a corner case when an inode has a complex
+extent tree, it will not corrupt an interior node in the extent tree.
+
+Fixed resize2fs which would sometimes corrupt a file system when
+shrinking a file system to a minimum size using resize2fs -M.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #660793)
+
+Fixed resize2fs so that it will relocate inode table blocks if this
+becomes necessary when shrinking the file system.
+
+Fixed resize2fs and e2fsck so they will not crash when hit a failure
+while operating on a file system with the MMP feature enabled.
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs which caused it create an invalid inode when
+trying to write a zero-length file.
+
+E2fsck will no longer crash if it tries to delete an invalid
+extent-mapped symlink.
+
+E2fsck will no longer crash if it comes across an directory which is
+larger than 2GB (which is not allowed in valid file systems).
+
+Fixed debugfs's help texts to fully document all options and otherwise
+be more helpful.
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #586218,
+#669730, #698076)
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues (#698879, #721365)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix sparse, gcc -Wall and clang nits.
+
+Update config.{guess,sub} to the latest version
+
+Fixed various memory and file descriptor leaks on various error paths,
+as well as some missing error return checks, which were found using
+Coverity.
+
+Run sparse against source files when building e2fsprogs with 'make
+C=1'.  If instead C=2, it configures basic ext2 types for bitwise
+checking with sparse, which can help find the (many many) spots where
+conversion errors are (possibly) happening.
+
+Allow the regression test to be run in chrooted environments where
+/etc/mtab might be missing.
+
+The ext2fs_punch() function, which was introduced in 1.42, was broken
+in many ways, but this was never noticed since it wasn't used for
+anything significant.  Some of the bugs include failing when trying to
+punch a completely sparse file, failing when punching an extent-mapped
+inode when the starting block was at the beginning of the inode, and
+not being able to punch a single block (where start_blk == end_block).
+It also didn't handle being passed an invalid, too-large ending block
+number, and didn't handle properly terminate at the right place when
+operating on an indirect-mapped inode.
+
+Fixed some minor typo's in the error catalog for libext2fs.
+
+Fixed ext2fs_file_set_size2() so that if it truncates an inode by
+setting the file size, to zero the rest of the block to the end of the
+file, so that if an ext4 FUSE driver tries to extended the file, that
+we don't avoid stale data from being returned.
+
+Fixed ext2fs_bmap() to disallow clients from trying to map or set
+logical blocks which are larger than what an extent-mapped or indirect
+block-mapped inode can allow.
+
+If debugfs (or some userspace program using libext2fs) creates a file
+which is larger than 2GB, make sure the large_file feature flag gets
+set.
+
+Fix a bug in ext2fs_link() where if there is multiple empty slots in the
+directory which are large enough, the directory entry could get
+inserted more than once in the directory.
+
+If quota support is disabled (which is the default), make sure that
+all traces of the quota support is removed from usage messages, man
+pages, and tune2fs must not be able to enable the quota file system
+feature.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #1010709)
+
+The ext2fs_file_write() now updates i_size on a successful write,
+instead of only updating i_size wen the file is closed via
+ext2fs_file_close().
+
+Added a shell script, populate-extfs.sh which uses debugfs to populate
+an ext2/3/4 file system image from a given directory.  It is similar
+to the genext2fs program, but it supports ext3 and ext4 file system.
+
+Add changes to the libext2fs library to support block group
+descriptors larger than 64 bytes (for future compatibility).
+
+Fixed an off-by-one bug in ext2fs_file_set_size2() so that it will not
+leave an extra block in the file when truncating the file down to
+size.
+
+The html version info pages are now built using makeinfo --html
+instead of the unmaintained and now-obsolete texi2html program.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.8 (June 20, 2013)
+================================
+
+As a part of mke2fs's option parsing cleanup, the use of the -R option
+will give a warning that it is depreated (it has been so documented
+since 2005) and -E should be used instead.
+
+Mke2fs will not give warnings about the bigalloc and quota options in
+quiet mode.
+
+If an invalid journal size is given to mke2fs, it will now complain
+and exit sooner.
+
+Debugfs was erroneously giving spurious error messages for certain
+extent_inode subcommands which take arguments (split_node,
+replace_node, and insert_node).  This has been fixed.
+
+Fix the parsing of the 's' (sectors) in parse_num_blocks2, which among
+other programs is used by mke2fs.
+
+Change mke2fs so that it does not set the root directory to the real
+uid/gid of the mke2fs process.  Add the extended option root_owner to
+override this behavior.
+
+Fix resize2fs when shrinking file systems to make sure that bitmap
+blocks aren't left outside the bounds of the shrunken file system.
+This could happen with flex_bg file systems that were grown using
+the old online resizing algorithm.
+
+E2fsck will now detect and repair corrupted extent trees which contain
+invalid extents at the end of the extent tree leaf block.
+
+E2fsck will now longer complain about zero length extended attribute
+values.
+
+Fix a regression introduced in e2fsprogs v1.42 which caused e2image -s
+to crash.
+
+Add safety check so tune2fs will not attempt to set the inode size to
+be larger than the block size.
+
+Fix e2fsck so it can check a read-only root file system with an
+external journal.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #707030
+
+Fix off-line resizing of file systems with flex_bg && !resize_inode
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #696746)
+
+Fix e2image with large (> 32-bit) file systems (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#703067)
+
+Enhance chattr to allow clearing the extent flag if the kernel allows
+migrating extent based files to use indirect blocks.
+
+Update German translation.
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #712429,
+#712430, #707609)
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues (Addresses Debian Bug #708307)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Use secure_getenv() in preference to __secure_getenv().
+
+Optimize CPU utilization of ext2fs_bg_has_super().
+
+Fix ext2fs_llseek() on 32-bit i386 systems to work correctly when
+SEEK_CUR is used with large files.
+
+The ext2fs_read_inode_full() function will no longer use
+fs->read_inode() if the caller has requested more than the base 128
+byte inode structure and the inode size is greater than 128 bytes.
+
+Fix build failure with --enable-jbd-debug.
+
+Clean up filtering of outputs for the regression tests by using a
+common sed script.
+
+Fix gcc -Wall and clang nits.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.7 (January 21, 2013)
+===================================
+
+Add warnings to mke2fs, resize2fs, and tune2fs that the bigalloc and
+quota features are still under development.  For more information
+please see:
+    * https://ext4.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Bigalloc
+    * https://ext4.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Quota
+
+Add some new options to filefrag from Lustre's patches to e2fsprogs:
+    * add -k option to print extents in kB-sized units (like df -k)
+    * add -b {blocksize} to print extents in blocksize units
+    * add -e option to print extent format, even when FIBMAP is used
+    * add -X option to print extents in hexadecimal format
+
+Fix resize2fs so that it can handle off-line resizes of file systems
+with the flex_bg feature but without a resize_inode (or if we run out
+of reserved gdt blocks).  This also fixes a problem where if the user
+creates a filesystem with a restricted number of reserved gdt blocks,
+an off-line resize which grows the file system could potentially
+result in file system corruption.
+
+Fix a resize2fs bug which could cause it to corrupt bigalloc file
+systems when doing an off-line resize.
+
+Further optimize resize2fs so it doesn't use quite as much CPU when
+resizing very large file systems. 
+
+Fixed 32-bit overflow bugs which could cause resize2fs to fail and
+possibly corrupt the file system while resizing 64-bit file systems.
+
+Fix a bug in mke2fs where parsing "-E resize=NNN" will result in a
+mke2fs crash due to a divide-by-zero if the 64bit file system feature
+is enabled.
+
+Add better error checking to mke2fs to check for invalid parameters
+when creating bigalloc file system.
+
+When creating bigalloc filesystems, the -g option to mke2fs will now
+specify the number of clusters per block group.
+
+Add to debugfs the functionality to corrupt a specific file system
+block via the "zap_block" command.
+
+Add to debugfs the functionality to print out a hex dump of a block in
+the file system via the "block_dump" command.
+
+Add to debugfs the functionality to manipulate the extent tree
+directly via the "extent_open" command.
+
+Fixed debugfs's mknod command so that it updates the block group
+statistics.
+
+Fix e2fsck so it can detect and fix inconsistencies in the interior
+nodes of an inode's extent tree.
+
+Fix a potential memory corruption failure in e2fsck's error path if
+the call to ext2fs_open2() fails.
+
+Fix e2fsck if its logging function is enabled in e2fsck.conf, and the
+resulting file name for the log file is longer than 100 bytes, that it
+properly handles this situation instead of crashing.
+
+E2fsck will now report the amount of memory that it attempted to
+allocate when a memory allocation request fails, to make it easier to
+track down the problem.
+
+Fix mke2fs's handling of the mmp_update_interval option.  (Addresses
+Lustre Bug: LU-1888)
+
+E2image can now include all data blocks in the e2image output file
+when the user specifies the -a option.
+
+If e2fsprogs is compiled without --enable-quota, make sure that
+tune2fs can not turn on the feature for new-style quota support, since
+afterwards, none of the e2fsprogs tools will be willing to touch that
+file system.
+
+Optimize e2fsck's so that it uses much less CPU for large file
+systems.  This can result in significant speedups, especially on
+CPU-constrained systems.  This was primarily done by optimizing
+libext2fs's bitmap functions.  (Addresses Google Bug: #7534813)
+
+Fix debugfs's htree command so that all its messages are sent through
+the pager.
+
+Fixed debugfs's "dump_file" and "cat" functions work correctly
+on file systems whose block size is greater than 8k.
+
+Fix e2freefrag so it works on 64-bit file systems, and so it uses much
+less memory.  (Addresses Google Bug: 7269948)
+
+Update the spd_readdir.c file in the contrib directory to include some
+additions which were made in 2008 that didn't get folded into the
+version which we checked into the e2fsprogs source tree.  These
+enhancements include thread safety, support for readdir64_r(), and
+safe_getenv() support in case spd_readdir.so is used for setuid binaries.
+
+Update Czech, Dutch, French, German, Polish, Sweedish, and Vietnamese
+translations
+
+Add a command to debugfs to create symlinks.
+
+Document the bigalloc feature in the mke2fs man page.  (Addresses
+Debian Bug: #669730)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix gcc -Wall nits.
+
+Fix a spelling typo in the libext2fs texinfo documentation.
+
+Change the output from "make check" so that tools such as emacs's "M-x
+compile" does not mistake the output as containing a compiler error.
+
+Export two new functions from libext2fs: ext2fs_extent_node_split()
+and ext2fs_extent_goto2().
+
+The ext2fs_extents_fix_parents() was fixed so it does not modify the
+location of the extent handle if its current location is at an
+interior node, rather than a leaf node of an inode's extent tree.
+
+Add a regression test to assure that e2fsck can correctly fix an
+inconsistent interior node in an inode's extent tree.
+
+The ext2fs_{mark,unmark,test}_block_bitmap_range2() functions now
+correctly support bigalloc file systems which use store block usage
+information in units of clusters.
+
+Fixed the help text in the configure script for --enable-quota.
+
+The m68k-specific bitops code has been removed since they were
+incorrectly treating bit numbers with the high bit set as signed
+integers.  Furthermore, modern compilers do a good enough job
+optimizing the generic code there is no point in having the m68k
+specific asm statements.
+
+Fixed how we link the test programs so they always use the static
+libraries, so that we test using the libraries which we have just
+built.
+
+Update config.guess and config.sub to the latest versions from the GNU
+project.
+
+Fixed the com_err.texinfo file so that it can produce a valid
+postscript/pdf printed output.
+
+Add a regression test which checks debugfs's ability to create
+symlinks, named FIFO's, and device nodes.
+
+Add a function ext2fs_symlink(), which creates symlinks to the
+libext2fs library.
+
+Add debugging code so we can test old kernel interfaces for online
+resize to resize2fs.  This backwards compatibility checking is keyed
+off of the RESIZE2FS_KERNEL_VERSION, which is designed to allow us to
+test the functionality of the kernel's older resize ioctls without
+needing to install an old version of resize2fs, and to also test a
+modern resize2fs's ability to work with older kernels without having
+to install an older version of the kernel.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.6 (September 21, 2012)
+=====================================
+
+When mke2fs creates file systems with lazy itable initialization, the
+progress updates for writing the inode table happens so quickly that
+on a serial console, the time to write the progress updates can be the
+bottleneck.  So mke2fs will now only update its progress indicators
+once a second.
+
+Resize2fs will skip initializing the inode tables if the kernel
+supports lazy_itable_init, which speeds up growing off-line growth of
+uninit_bg file systems significantly.  Resize2fs will now also
+correctly set the itable_unused field in the block group descriptor to
+speed up the first e2fsck after the file system is grown.
+
+Resize2fs has been fixed so that on-line resizing of meta_bg file
+systems work correctly.  This is needed to grow file system which are
+larger than 16T.
+
+Resize2fs will now correctly handle resizing file systems to 16TB on
+32-bit file systems when "16TB" is specified on the command line.
+
+Fix mke2fs so that it will be careful to set the reserved blocks ratio
+larger than 50%; this can happen when creating small file systems and
+when the last block group is dropped because there are not enough
+blocks to support the metadata blocks in the last block group.
+
+Fixed spelling mistake in debugfs's help message.
+
+Fixed a potential seg fault in e2fsck when there is an I/O error while
+reading the superblock.
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues (Addresses Debian Bug #677497)
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#3559210)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+The configure option --enable-relative-symlink was broken so that it
+needed to be --enable-symlink-relative-symlinks.  We will support both
+for at least two years, but then the worng configure option will be
+removed.
+
+Fixed a regression introduced in 1.42.5 so the link order for
+e2fsprogs' libraries will be correct for both static and shared
+linking.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #3554345)
+
+Add support for e2fsprogs to be compiled using clang/LLVM.
+
+Fix portability problems on non-Linux systems: avoid compile failures
+on systems that don't have malloc.h
+
+Fix f_mmp regression test suite so that debugfs gets killed if the
+test is interrupted.
+
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.5 (July 29, 2012)
+================================
+
+Fixed a bug with mke2fs where if there is only 8 inodes per block
+group, the calculation of the number of uninitialized inodes in the
+first block group would go negative.  This resulted in "mke2fs -N 256
+-t ext4 /tmp/foo.img 256m" trying to write so many blocks that /tmp
+would run out of space.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #3528892)
+
+Fixed a bug in how e2fsck would uniquify directory entry names.
+(AddressesSourceforge Bug: #3540545)
+
+Previously, e2fsck would only allow a mounted file system to be
+checked if it was the root file system and it was mounted read-only.
+Now it will allow any file system mounted read-only to be checked if
+the -f option is specified.  This makes it easier to test how e2fsck
+handles checking file systems which are mounted without having to test
+on the root file system.
+
+Fixed a problem if e2fsck where if the root file system is mounted
+read-only, e2fsck would not clear an error indication in the journal
+superblock.  Combined with a kernel bug, this would cause the e2fsck
+to check the file system after every single boot.
+
+The e4defrag program can now handle device symlinks, such as
+/dev/mapper/testvg-testlv, instead of insisting on a less
+human-friendly name such as /dev/dm-2.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla:
+#707209)
+
+Fixed filefrag so it will not crash with a segfault on files from a
+virtual file system such as /proc.  (e.g., "filefrag
+/proc/partitions")
+
+Fixed filefrag so that it correctly reports the number of extents.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #840848)
+
+Fixed a file descriptor leak in logsave which could cause it to hang.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #682592)
+
+Fixed e2fsck so that the file system is marked as containing an error
+if the user chooses not to fix the quota usage information.
+
+Fixed tune2fs so that it correctly removes the quota feature when the
+last quota inode is removed.
+
+Fix tune2fs so that after removing a quota inode, the block bitmap is
+updated; otherwise, e2fsck would complain after running 'tune2fs -O
+^quota <dev>'.
+
+Fix tune2fs so that when converting a file system from using legacy
+quota files to the new quota file system feature with hidden quota
+files, the accounting for these files is handled correctly so that
+e2fsck doesn't complain.
+
+Improved e2fsck's verbose reporting statistics, and allow the more
+verbose reporting to be enabled via /etc/e2fsck.conf.
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues (Addresses Debian Bug #678395)
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #680114)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fixed portability problems on other operating systems (e.g., Hurd and
+FreeBsd) caused by the attempted inclusion of <sys/quota.h>.
+
+Make sure that shared libraries link with the shared libraries built
+in the build tree, instead of the system provided libraries.
+Previously, libraries and executables were linked with the system
+libraries if present, and possibly using static archives instead of
+shared libraries.  This was also problematic since if libext2fs.so is
+linked with a static libcom_err.a from system, the build system would
+attempt to link without -lpthread.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#3542572)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.4 (June 12, 2012)
+================================
+
+Fixed more 64-bit block number bugs (which could end up corrupting
+file systems!) in e2fsck, debugfs, and libext2fs.
+
+Fixed e2fsck's handling of the journal's s_errno field.  E2fsck was
+not properly propagating the journal's s_errno field to the superblock
+field; it was not checking this field if the journal had already been
+replayed, and if the journal *was* being replayed, the "error bit"
+wasn't getting flushed out to disk.
+
+Fixed a false positive complaint by e2fsck if all of the extents in
+the last extent tree block are uninitalized and located after the end
+of the file as defined by i_size.
+
+The dumpe2fs will now display the journal's s_errno field if it is
+non-zero, and it will also display the journal's 64-bit feature flag
+if present.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that it always opens the device file in exclusive mode
+when it might need to modify the file system, and never if the -n
+option is specified.  (Previously, there were a few corner cases where
+it might get things wrong in either direction.)
+
+E2fsck now correctly truncates or deallocates extent-mapped inodes on
+the orphan list.  The root cause was a bug in libext2fs's block
+iterator which could end up skipping an extent when the last block in
+an extent is removed, causing the current extent to be removed from
+the extent tree.
+
+E2fsck now correctly sets the global free block and inode counts when
+truncating or removing inodes on the orphan list in preen mode.
+Previously, it would leave these values would be set incorrectly,
+which is largely a cosmetic issue since the kernel no longer pays
+attention to those fields, but it can cause spurious complaints in
+subsequent e2fsck runs.
+
+Fix i_blocks accounting when the libext2fs library needs to add or
+remove an extent tree block  on bigalloc file systems.
+
+The lsattr and chattr programs now support the No_COW flag for the
+benefit of btrfs.
+
+Debugfs now interprets date strings of the form @ddd as ddd seconds
+after the beginning of the epoch.  This is handy when setting an inode
+number into the d_time field when debugging orphan list handling.
+
+Fix a precedence bug with built-in quota support which might result in
+e2fsck paying attention to the quota inode field even if the built-in
+quota feature flag is not set.  Fortunately, in practice that
+superblock field should be zero for non-built-in quota file systems,
+so it's unlikely this bug would have caused problems.
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #674453,
+#674694)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+The regression test suite can now run the integration tests in the
+tests directory in parallel, via "make -jN check".
+
+Add new test, f_zero_extent_length which tests e2fsck's handling of
+the case where all of the extents in the last extent tree block are
+uninitialized extents after i_size.
+
+Add a new test, f_jnl_errno, which checks handling of an error
+indication set in the journal superblock.
+
+Fix the test f_jnl_64bit so that it properly checks e2fsck's handling
+of a 64-bit journal.
+
+Add two tests, f_orphan_indirect_inode and f_orphan_extent_inode which
+tests e2fsck's handling of orphan inodes in preen mode, and truncation
+of extent inodes on the orphan list.
+
+Fixed more OS X portability issues.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.3 (May 14, 2012)
+===============================
+
+Fix a bug in the Unix I/O manager which could cause corruption of file
+systems with more than 16TB when e2fsprogs is compiled in 32-bit mode
+(i.e., when unsigned long is 32-bits).  Also fix a bug which caused
+dumpe2fs to incorrectly display block numbers > 32-bits.
+
+Improve the support for integrated quota files (where quota is a first
+class supported feature using hidden files in the ext4 file system).
+Previously the quota file was getting rewritten even when it was not
+necessary, and e2fsck would erroneously try to hide quota files which
+were already hidden.
+
+Quiet complaints in e2fsck when the total free blocks or inodes are
+incorrect in the superblock after an system crash, since we don't
+update nor depend on the superblock summaries at each commit boundary.
+
+Fixed a regression introduced in 1.42.2 which would cause applications
+outside of e2fsprogs which did not pass the EXT2_FLAG_64BIT (and so
+would were still using the legacy 32-bit bitmaps) to crash.  This was
+due to missing 32-bit compat code in side the function
+ext2fs_find_first_zero_generic_bmap().  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla:
+#808421)
+    
+Fix a bug which would cause mke2fs to fail creating the journal if
+/etc/mtab and /proc/mounts are missing.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#3509398)
+    
+Updated/fixed various man pages.
+
+Update Czech, Dutch, French, German, Polish, Sweedish, and Vietnamese
+translations
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging issues.
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Change the nonsensically wrong types in the function signature of the
+inline function ext2fs_find_first_zero_block_bitmap2().  This was
+caused by a cut and paste error; fortunately no code in e2fsprogs used
+this inline function, and there are any users of this functions
+outside of e2fsprogs.
+
+Add support for systems which have valloc(), but which do have
+posix_memalign() nor memalign() (such as MacOS 10.5).
+
+Refactor and clean up the allocation of aligned buffers for Direct I/O
+support.  Previously some allocations were requesting a greater
+alignment factor that what was strictly necessary.  Also optimize
+reading and writing bitmaps using Direct I/O when the size of the
+bitmap did not fully cover the file system blocksize.
+
+Reserve the codepoints for the INCOMPAT features LARGEDATA and
+INLINEDATA.
+
+Improved the regression test suite by adding some new integration
+tests (f_jnl_32bit, f_jnl_64bit) which detect breakage of the on-disk
+jbd2 format, as well as f_eofblocks which tests the new handling of
+uninitialized and initialized blocks beyond i_size.  Also add a new
+unit test which verifies 32-bit bitmaps support and the new
+find_first_zero primitives.
+
+Add a few dependencies to fix parallel (make -j) builds.
+
+Removed bash'isms which were breaking the regression test suite on
+systems where /bin/sh is not bash.
+
+The config.guess and config.sub have been updated to the 2012-02-10
+version.
+    
+Fix a portability problem caused by assuming the present of mntent.h
+means that setmntent() exists.  Instead, explicitly test for this in
+the configure script.
+
+If the sys/signal.h header file does not exist, don't try to include
+it, since it's not available on all systems.
+
+Add support for systems that do not support getpwuid_r()
+    
+The configure script now supports a new option,
+--enable-relative-symlinks, which will install relative symlinks for
+the ELF shared library files.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #3520767).
+    
+When building BSD shared libraries make sure the LDFLAGS variable is
+passed to the linker.  Fixing this allows, for example, e2fsprogs to
+be built in 32-bit mode on Mac OS X Lion (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#3517272)
+    
+Fix gcc -Wall nitpicks
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.2 (March 27, 2012)
+=================================
+
+The resize2fs program uses much less CPU and is much faster for very
+large file systems.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #663237)
+
+The seti and freei commands in debugfs can now take an optional length
+argument to set and clear a contiguous range of inodes.
+
+E2fsck will now make explicit checks for the EOFBLOCKS_FL, since we
+plan to remove support for it from the kernel file system driver.  It
+really wasn't very useful and was causing more problems than it
+solves.  Since e2fsck will complain if inodes that should have
+EOFBLOCKS_FL do not have the flag set, we are going to remove this
+check from e2fsprogs first, and then only remove the flag from the
+kernel much later.
+
+The mke2fs program can now use direct I/O via "mke2fs -D".  This will
+slow down the mke2fs, but it makes it more polite on a loaded server
+by limiting the amount of memory that gets dirtied by mke2fs when it
+is using buffered I/O.
+
+E2fsck was needlessly closing and re-opening the file system as a side
+effect of adding Multiple Mount Protection (MMP).  This isn't
+necessary for non-MMP file systems, so drop it.
+
+Print errors returned by ext2fs_open2() and ext2fs_check_desc() so we
+can more easily diagnose memory allocation failures caused by
+insufficient memory.  E2fsck will now abort if there are memory
+allocation failures when the file system is initially opened and
+during the block group descriptor checks.  (Addresses Google Bug:
+#6208183)
+
+If there are incorrect block group checks, e2fsck will now report the
+incorrect and corrected checksum values.
+
+The e2fsck progam can now write log files containing the details of
+the problems that were found and fixed directly, via configuration
+parameters in /etc/e2fsck.conf.
+
+Added the ability to limit the number of messages reported by e2fsck
+for a given problem type.  This avoids a potential bottleneck if there
+is a serial console which can cause a boot sequence to take a long
+time if e2fsck needs to report many, many file system errors.
+
+The dumpe2fs, debugfs, and tune2fs now use rbtree bitmaps, which cause
+them to use much less memory for large file systems.
+
+The dumpe2fs program will now print the expected block group checksum
+if it is incorrect.  This helps to diagnose problems caused by
+incorrect block group checksums.
+
+E2fsck now checks for extents with a zero length, since the kernel
+will oops if it comes accross such a corrupted data structure.  (See
+https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42859)
+
+E2fsck has a number of bugs relating to discard that have been fixed.
+(1) Fixed a bug which could cause e2fsck to discard portions of the
+inode table which were actually in use.  (2) E2fsck will now avoid
+using discard if the block device doesn't zero data on discard, since
+otherwise this could cause problems if the file system gets corrupted
+in the future.  (3) E2fsck will now avoid using discard when it is run
+in read-only mode.  (4) Fixed a bug which caused e2fsck to not issue
+discards in the last block group.
+
+E2fsck's CPU utilization in pass 5 has been optimized, which will
+speed up e2fsck slightly.
+
+E2image will now skip copying uninitialized bitmap and inode table
+blocks.
+
+Fixed mke2fs -S so it does not corrupt the first block group's
+information.
+
+E2fsck will now check the new sysfs interface to determine if we are
+using the battery or AC mains.  (Addresses SourceForge Bug: #3439277)
+
+Updated/fixed various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #665427)
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging issues.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #665885)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fixed various portability issues for non-Linux systems, particularly
+MacOS X, as well as Linux systems running with the just-released glibc
+2.15.
+
+Fix file descriptor leak in ext2fs_close() if the file system with
+uninit_bg is opened read/only with a backup superblock.  (Addresses
+SourceForge Bug: #3444351)
+
+Fixed an invalid return in a non-void function in the quota code.
+(Addresses SourceForge Bug: #3468423)
+
+Fixed the debian rules file so that the calls to dpkg-buildflags works
+when the shell is dash.
+
+The debian package build now uses V=1 so that there is more
+information about potential build failures in debian buildd logs.
+
+If the uninit flags get cleared by functions such as
+ext2fs_new_inode() or ext2fs_new_block2(), we now make sure the
+superblock is marked dirty and the block group descriptor checksum is
+updated if necessary.
+
+The debian rules file will now try to load debian/rules.custom of it
+exists.  This flie can skip various builds for speed reasons if there
+is no need for the e2fsck-static or udeb packages.  Available
+customizations in the rules file includes SKIP_STATIC=yes,
+SKIP_BF=yes, and SKIP_DIETLIBC=yes.
+
+In addition, if the file misc/mke2fs.conf.custom.in exists in the
+source tree, it will be used instead of the standard misc.conf file in
+the upstream sources.  This makes it easier for Debian-derived systems
+to distribute a custom mke2fs.conf file without having to worry about
+merge issues if future versions of e2fsprogs makes changes in the
+upstream default version of mke2fs.conf.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42.1 (February 17, 2012)
+===================================
+
+The mke2fs and e2fsck now use significantly less memory when creating
+or checking very large file systems.  This was enabled by adding
+extent-based bitmaps which are stored using a red-block tree, since
+block and inode allocations tend to be contiguous.
+
+The command mke2fs -S is used as a last ditch recovery command to
+write new superblock and block group descriptors, but _not_ to destroy
+the inode table in hopes of recovering from a badly corrupted file
+system.  So if the uninit_bg feature is enabled, mke2fs -S will now
+set the unused inodes count field to zero.  Otherwise, e2fsck -fy
+after using mke2fs -S would leave the file system completely empty.
+
+Since mke2fs recognizes mke3fs in argv[0] to mean "mkfs.ext3", also
+honor "mke4fs" to work the same as "mke2fs.ext4", since RHEL5 has
+installed an mke2fs binary using that name.
+
+The usage and help messages for the -G, -t and -T options in mke2fs
+have been fixed.
+
+If e2fsck needs to use the backup group descriptors, the
+ext2fs_open2() function clears the UNINIT bits to ensure all of the
+inodes in the file systems get scanned.  However, the code which reset
+the UNINIT flags did not also recalculate the checksum, which produced
+many spurious (and scary) e2fsck messages.  This has been fixed by
+resetting cheksums when the UNINIT bits are cleared.
+
+Relax a check in e2fsck which required that the block bitmap to be
+initialized when the inode bitmap is in use.  This will allow us to
+eventually eliminate code from the kernel which forcibly initialized
+the block bitmap when the inode bitmap is first used, requiring an
+extra journal credit and disk write.  (Addresses Google Bug: #5944440)
+    
+Make sure rdebugfs (which may be installed setuid or setgid disk) does
+not honor environment variables if euid != uid or egid != gid.
+
+Debugfs's ncheck command has been optimized and now is much more
+robust with faced with corrupted file systems.  The ncheck command
+also now has a -c option which will verify the file type information
+in the directory entry to see if matches the inode's mode bits.  This
+is extremely useful when trying to use debugsfs to determine which
+parts of the file system metadata can be trusted.
+
+E2image will try to use ftruncate64() to set the i_size for raw
+images, instead of writing a single null byte.  This avoid allocating
+an extra block to the raw image, for those file systems and/or
+operating systems that support this.  (Linux does.)  In addition, fix
+a logic bug that caused the file to not be properly extended if the
+size of the last hole was exactly an multiple of a megabyte.
+
+Fixed a bug in resize2fs where for 1k and 2k file systems, where
+s_first_data_block is non-zero, this wasn't taken into account when
+calculate the minimum file system size for use with the -M option.
+
+Fixed the badblocks program to honor the -s flag when in read-only -t
+mode.  (Addresses Debian Bug #646629)
+
+Update Czech, Dutch, French, Polish, and Sweedish translation from the
+Translation Project.
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging issues so that dpkg-buildflags is used
+if present, which allows e2fsprogs to be built with security hardening
+flags.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #654457)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix a bug in ext2fs_clear_generic_bmap() when used for 32-bit bitmaps.
+This was only an issue for programs compiled against e2fsprogs 1.41
+that manipulate bitmaps directly.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bugs:
+#3451486)
+
+The libext2fs library now uses sysconf() to fetch the page size, instead
+of the deprecated getpagesize().
+
+The ext2fs_get_pathname() function will return a partial path if an a
+directory in the path is not a directory, displaying it as an inode
+number in angle brackets instead of giving up and displaying an error.
+This is much more helpful when a user is trying to debug a corrupted
+file system.
+
+Codepoints for the RO_COMPAT_REPLICA feature has been reserved.
+
+Added a new library function, ext2fs_file_get_inode_num(), for use by
+fuse2fs.
+
+Fixed a bug in ext2fs_file_set_size2() so that when it is truncating a
+file, it actually works.
+
+The block iterator now properly honors the BLOCK_ABORT flag for
+extent-based flags.  Previously, it didn't, which generally made code
+be less efficient, but it could cause bugs in ext2fs_link(), for
+example, by causing it to insert multiple directory entries.
+
+Fixed an (harmless other than causing a compiler warning) use of an
+uninitialized variable in e2fsck's MMP code.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.42 (November 29, 2011)
+==================================
+
+This release of e2fsprogs has support for file systems > 16TB.  Online
+resize requires kernel support which will hopefully be in Linux
+version 3.2.  Offline support is not yet available for > 16TB file
+systems, but will be coming.
+
+This release of e2fsprogs has support for clustered allocation.  This
+reduces the number of block (now cluster) bitmaps by allocating and
+deallocating space in contiguous power-of-2 collections of blocks,
+which are called clustered.  This is a file system level feature,
+called 'bigalloc', which must be enabled when the file system is
+initially formatted.  It is not backwards compatible with older
+kernels.
+
+Added support for the Multi-Mount Protection (MMP) feature.
+
+E2fsck more efficiently uses scratch files for really big file
+systems.  (This is a feature that has to be turned on explicitly; see
+[scratch_files] in the e2fsck.conf man page.)
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck where if the free blocks and inodes counts are
+incorrect, e2fsck would fix them without printing an error message.
+This would cause a "*** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED ***" message without
+any explanation of what was fixed.
+
+E2fsck will no longer attempt to clone an extended attribute block in
+pass1b handling if the file system does not support extended
+attributes.
+
+E2fsck will be more careful accidentally asking the user to continue
+if the file system is mounted, so that an escape sequence won't cause
+a false positive.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #619859)
+
+E2fsck now uses less cpu time in pass 5 when large portions of the
+bitmaps are uninitialized.
+
+E2fsck will no longer segault when a corrupted file system has a bad
+extent, and removing it leads to a block needing to be deallocated.
+(Addresses SourceForge Bug: #2971800)
+
+E2fsck will catch termination signals (segfaults, bus errors, sigfpe)
+and print debugging information to make it easier to find potential
+problems.
+
+E2fsck will check to see if the bad block inode looks insane, and will
+skip trying to use if it certain fields which should be zero look
+non-zero.  This is to avoid a corrupted bad block inode causing e2fsck
+to get confused and do more harm than good.
+
+If e2fsck modifies certain superblock fields which the kernel doesn't
+look at, it will now mark the superblock as dirty without marking the
+file system as changed.  This avoids signalling the init scripts that
+a reboot is necessary, since the kernel isn't going to look at those
+fields, so it won't care if they have been changed.
+
+Fixed a bug in the libext2fs library (in the binary search routine of
+the icount abstraction) that could (very, very rarely) cause e2fsck to
+die in the middle of pass 1 or pass 2 processing.
+
+E2fsck will not try to do a discard operation if the -n option was
+specified on the command line.
+
+E2fsck now supports an extended "discard" option which will cause
+e2fsck to attempt discard all unused blocks after a full, successful
+file system check.
+
+E2fsck will check for the bad block inode to make sure it looks sane
+before trusting it, to avoid causing more harm than good to the file
+system.
+
+E2fsck now returns additional status bits in its exit code if it
+aborts early in the e2fsck run.
+
+E2fsck now correctly calculates the maximum file size in the case of
+the huge_file file system feature enabled without extents.
+
+The mke2fs and e2fsck programs now tries to use the punch hole command
+as a "discard" when operating on normal files.
+
+The e2image program now supports the qcow2 format, which is a more
+efficient way of capturing file system dumps.
+
+Mke2fs now supports the [devices] stanza in mke2fs.conf which allows
+per-device defaults to be specified in the configuration file.
+
+Mke2fs now supports the reserved_ratio relation in the [defaults] and
+[fs_types] section in mke2fs.conf.
+
+Mke2fs now creates extent-mapped directories for the root and
+lost+found directories.
+
+Mke2fs will skip zero'ing the journal if the extended option
+"lazy_journal_init" is specified.  This can save a lot of time, but it
+does add a small amount of risk if the system crashes before the
+journal is overwritten entirely once.  It is epsecially useful for
+testing.
+
+Mke2fs will now create file systems that enable user namespace
+extended attributes and with time- and mount count-based file
+system checks disabled.
+
+Mke2fs will not set a stride or strip size of one block based on block
+device attributes obtained from sysfs.
+
+Mke2fs now displays a progress report during the discard process.
+
+Mke2fs now handles extreme file system parameters correctly which
+previously caused the inodes per group to drop below 8, leading to a
+segfault.  (The inodes per group must be a multiple of 8, but the code
+didn't correctly deal with an inodes per group count less than 8.)
+
+Mke2fs and tune2fs previously would give an error if the user tried
+setting the stride and stripe-width parameters to zero; but this is
+necessary to disable the stride and stripe-width settings.  So allow
+setting these superblock fields to zero.  (Addresses Google Bug:
+#4988557)
+
+Mke2fs now gives a warning if the auto-detected block size exceeds the
+system's page size.
+
+If the enable_periodic_fsck option is false in /etc/mke2fs.conf (which
+is the default), mke2fs will now set the s_max_mnt_count superblock
+field to -1, instead of 0.  Kernels older then 3.0 will print a
+spurious message on each mount then they see a s_max_mnt_count set to
+0, which will annoy users.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #632637)
+    
+The default mke2fs.conf now has entries for "big" and "huge", which
+are needed for very big file systems.
+
+The resize2fs program now has support for a new online resize ioctl
+that can support file systems > 16TB, once it arrives in v3.x kernels.
+
+Fixed bug which caused resize2fs to fail when shrinking an empty file
+system down to its minimal size.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug #3404051)
+
+Fixed tune2fs's mount options parsing.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #641667)
+
+Allow tune2fs to remove external journals if the device can not be
+found.
+
+Debugfs's icheck will now correctly find inodes which use the
+searched-for block as an extended attribute block.
+
+Debugfs now has a new "punch" command which remove blocks from the
+middle of an inode.
+
+Debugfs now has a new "e2freefrag" command which analyzes the free
+space fragmentation of the file system, using the same code as the
+e2freefrag program.
+
+Debugfs now has a "filefrag" command which displays information about
+a file's fragmentation.
+
+Add support to build a metadata-only, read-only, stripped-down version
+of debugfs called rdebugfs.
+
+Fixed a potential stack overrun bug in debugfs.
+
+The badblocks program now correctly recovers from I/O errors when
+direct I/O is being used.  The badblocks command now also supports a
+-B option which forces the use of buffered I/O, and the -v option will
+provide a more detailed breakdown of read, write, and failed
+comparison errors.
+
+Added e4defrag tool which uses the EXT4_IOC_MOVE_EXT ioctl.
+
+Added support for journals larger than 2GB.
+
+Support using both hard links and symlinks when installing e2fsprogs.
+
+Add overflow checking to tune2fs -i's fsck interval, which must fit in
+a 32-bit field.
+
+The debugfs command now has a new 'blocks' command which prints out
+data blocks of a particular inode in a format which is useful for
+scripting.
+
+Filefrag will report 0 extents correctly in verbose mode.  (Addresses
+RedHat Bugzilla: #653234)
+
+Filefrag has been fixed so its -v report prints the correct expected
+block number (previously there had been an off-by-one error).  In
+addition, it will now display the number of contiguous extents when -v
+is not specified.  This makes it consistent with the number of extents
+printed when the -v option was specified.  In addition, the number of
+contiguous extents is far more interesting/useful than the number of
+physical extents for very large files.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#631498, #644792)
+    
+Logsave's usage message has been fixed.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#619788)
+
+Avoid an infinite loop in ext2fs_find_block_device() if there are
+symlink loops in /dev caused by a buggy udev.
+
+Added a useful "fallocate" program to the contrib directory.
+
+Fixed an ABI compatibility problem in libext2fs which broke the dump
+program.  Also added back some macros which dump needed so it could
+compile against the latest version of ext2_fs.h (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#636418)
+
+Fixed parsing of MNTOPT_ options for tune2fs and debugfs (Addresses
+Debian Bug: #641667)
+
+Added internationalization support for libcom_err error table strings.
+
+Fixed various spelling mistakes found in various output strings found
+by I18N translators.
+
+Update translations: French, Chinese, Germany, Indonesian, Swedish,
+Vietnamese, Polish, Dutch, Czech.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #520985,
+#620659)
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging issues.  (Addresses Debian Bugs:
+#614662, #632169, #641838, #627535, #629355)
+
+Updated/clarified man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #639411,
+#642193, #634883)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Initial support for quota as an integrated feature, where the quota
+files are hidden system files that are automatically maintained by
+e2fsck is present, although disabled by default.  It must be enabled
+by using the configure option --enable-quota.
+
+Reserved the on-disk fields for the metadata checksum and snapshot
+features, which are currently in development.
+
+The ext2fs library now has the new functions ext2fs_punch(),
+ext2fs_get_memzero() and ext2fs_file_get_inode().
+
+The ext2fs library now has support for calculating the crc32c checksum
+(via the new functions ext2fs_crc32c_be and ext2fs_crc32c_le).
+
+The I/O manager now supports the discard operation.
+
+Reserved file system code points for new 1st class quota feature.
+
+Shortened the compilation lines by moving the autoconf defines to
+a config.h header file.
+
+Fixed a potential free of an unitialized pointer in
+ext2fs_update_bb_inode().
+
+Fixed miscellaneous gcc -Wall and coverity warnings.
+
+Fixed portability issues for Mac OS X, Hurd, and FreeBSD.
+
+Fixed a build failure when OMIT_COM_ERR is defined.
+
+Improved error checking and fixed memory leaks caused by error return
+paths.
+
+Add ext2fs_flush2() and ext2fs_close2() which takes a flag to allow
+the fsync() to be skipped.
+
+Added a test for extent-mapped journals by mke2fs and tune2fs.
+
+Added a test for creating a large (over 4GB) journal using mke2fs.
+
+Added a test to make sure the inode size remains constant.
+
+The regression test script now prints the list of which tests failed.
+
+The regression test system now uses /tmp for its scratch files, which
+is often a tmpfs mounted file system and hence much faster.
+
+The i_e2image test was fixed so it works with valgrind.
+
+Tests that rely on debugfs are now skipped if debugfs wasn't built.
+
+Fixed the dependencies for "make check" so all required dependencies
+are built before running the gression tests.
+
+A link to com_err.h is installed in $(includedir) during a "make install".
+
+The po/*.gmo files are automatically rebuilt if they are missing or
+out of date.  This helps out Debian packaging.
+
+Allow ext2fs_get_memalign() to compile on systems that don't have
+posix_memalign().
+
+Fixed a namespace leak in libext2fs (tdb_null).
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.14 (December 22, 2010)
+=====================================
+
+Fix spurious complaint in mke2fs where it would complain if the file
+system type "default" is not defined in mke2fs.conf.
+
+The resize2fs program will no longer clear the resize_inode feature
+when the number reserved group descriptor blocks reaches zero.  This
+allows for subsequent shrinks of the file system to work cleanly for
+flex_bg file systems.
+
+The resize2fs program now handles devices which are exactly 16T;
+previously it would give an error saying that the file system was too
+big.
+
+E2fsck (and the libext2fs library) will not use the extended rec_len
+encoding for file systems whose block size is less than 64k, for
+consistency with the kernel.
+
+Programming notes
+-----------------
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.13 would not compile on big-endian systems.  This has
+been fixed.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #3138115)
+
+The ext2fs_block_iterator2() function passed an incorrect ref_offset
+to its callback function in the case of sparse files.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug: #3081087)
+    
+Fix some type-punning warnings generated by newer versions of gcc.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.13 (December 13, 2010)
+=====================================
+
+E2fsck now supports the extended option "-E journal_only", which
+causes it to only do a journal replay.  This is useful for scripts
+that want to first replay the journal and then check to see if it
+contains errors.
+
+E2fsck will now support UUID= and LABEL= specifiers for the -j option
+(which specifies where to find the external journal).  (Addresses
+Debian Bug #559315)
+
+E2fsck now has support for the problems/<problem code>/force_no
+configuration option in e2fsck.conf, which forces a problem to not be
+fixed.
+
+Dumpe2fs will now avoid printing large negative offsets for the bitmap
+blocks and instead print a message which is a bit more helpful for
+flex_bg file systems.
+
+Mke2fs will now check the file system type (specified with the -t
+option) to make sure it is defined in the mke2fs.conf file; if it is
+not, it will print an error and abort.  If the usage type (specified
+with the -T option) is not defined in mke2fs.conf, mke2fs will print a
+warning but will continue.  (Addresses Debian Bug #594609)
+
+Clarified error message from resize2fs clarifying that on-line
+shrinking is not supported at all.  (Addresses Debian Bug #599786)
+    
+Fix an e2fsck bug that could cause a PROGRAMMING BUG error to be
+displayed.  (Addresses Debian Bug #555456)
+
+E2fsck will open the external journal in exclusive mode, to prevent
+the journal from getting truncated while it is in use due to a user
+accidentally trying to run e2fsck on a snapshotted file system volume.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #587531)
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck so it has the correct test for the EOFBLOCKS_FL
+flag.
+
+The tune2fs program can now set the uninit_bg feature without
+requiring an fsck.
+
+The tune2fs, dumpe2fs, and debugfs programs now support the new ext4
+default mount options settings which were added in 2.6.35.
+
+The e2fsck and dumpe2fs programs now support the new ext4 superblock
+fields which track where and when the first and most recent file
+system errors occurred.  These fields are displayed by dumpe2fs and
+cleared by e2fsck.  These new superblock fields were added in 2.6.36.
+
+Debugfs now uses a more concicse format for listing extents in its
+stat command.  This format also includes the interior extent tree
+blocks, which previously was missing from stat's output for
+extent-based files.
+
+Debugfs has a new option, -D, which will request Direct I/O access of
+the file system.
+
+Mke2fs will skip initializing the inode table if a device supports
+discard and the discard operation will result in zero'ed blocks.
+
+Badblocks will now correctly backspace over UTF-8 characters when
+displaying its progress bar.  (Addresses Gentoo Bug #309909; Addresses
+Debian Bugs #583782 and #587834)
+
+E2freefrag will now display the total number of free extents.
+
+Resize2fs -P no longer requires a freshly checked filesystem before
+printing the minimum resize size.
+
+Fixed a floating point precision error in a binary tree search routine
+that can lead to seg fault in e2fsck and resize2fs.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where if both the original and backup superblock
+are invalid in some way, e2fsck will fail going back to the original
+superblock because it didn't close the backup superblock first, and
+the exclusive open prevented the file system from being reopened.
+
+Fixed a big in e2freefrag which caused getopt parsing to fail on
+architectures with unsigned chars.  (Addresses Gentoo Bug: #299386)
+
+Clarified an mke2fs error message so a missed common in an -E option
+(i.e., mke2fs -t ext4 -E stride=128 stripe-width=512 /dev/sda1")
+results in a more understandable explanation to the user.
+
+Mke2fs now displays the correct valid inode ratio range when
+complaining about an invalid inode ratio specified by the user.
+
+Mke2fs now understands the extended option "discard" and "nodiscard",
+and the older option -K is deprecated.  The default of whether
+discards are enabled by default can be controled by the mke2fs.conf
+file.
+
+Mke2fs's handling of logical and physical sector sizes has been
+improved to reflect the fact that there will be some SSD's with 8k and
+16k physical sectors arriving soon.  Mke2fs will no longer force block
+size to be the physical sector size, since there will be devices where
+the physical sector size is larger than the system's page size, and
+hence larger than the maximal supported block size.  In addition, if
+the minimal and optimal io size are not exported by the device, and
+the physical sector size is larger than the block size, the physical
+sector size will be used to set the Raid I/O optimization hints in the
+superblock.
+
+E2fsck will now display a better, more specific error message when the
+user enters a typo'ed device name, instead of blathering on about
+alternate superblocks.
+
+Fixed various Debian Packaging Issues
+
+Updated/clarified man pages (Addresses Debian Bugs: #580236, #594004,
+#589345, #591083; Addresses Launchpad Bug: #505719)
+
+Update the Chinese, Chzech, Dutch, French, Germany, Indonesian,
+Polish, Swedish, and Vietnamese translations.
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix a dependency definition for the static and profiled blkid
+libraries which could cause compile failures in some configurations.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #604629)
+    
+Add support for Direct I/O in the Unix I/O access layer.
+
+Fixed a memory leak in the Unix I/O layer when changing block sizes.
+
+Fixed minor memory leaks in mke2fs.
+
+Added a new function to the ext2fs library, ext2fs_get_memalign().
+
+The tst_super_size test program will check to make sure the superblock
+fields are correctly aligned and will print them out so they can be
+manually checked for correctness.
+
+Fixed some makefile dependencies for test programs in lib/ext2fs.
+
+Reserved the feature flags and superblock fields needed for the Next3
+snapshot feature.
+
+Reserved the feature flags for EXT4_FEATURE_INCOMPAT_DIRDATA and
+EXT4_INCOMPAT_EA_INODE.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.12 (May 17, 2010)
+================================
+
+Mke2fs now gives a correct error message if the external journal
+device is not found.  (Addresses Red Hat Bug #572935)
+
+Resize2fs -P will now refuse to print a minimum size if the file
+system is not clean.  Previously it would go ahead and print a minimum
+size anyway, which might not be correct, leading to user confusion.
+
+E2fsck now tests for extents that begin at physical block 0 and
+rejects them as invalid.  (Addresses Google Bug: #2573806)
+    
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which could cause it to crash when trying to
+remove an invalid extent and the block bitmaps hadn't yet been loaded.
+(Addresses SourceForge Bug: #2971800)
+    
+E2fsck now will completely skip time-based checks if the system clock
+looks insane or the option broken_system_clock is set in
+/etc/e2fsck.conf.
+
+E2fsck would previously report an i_blocks corruption for a 4T file
+created using posix_fallocate; this bug has been fixed.
+
+E2fsck will now correctly mark a sparse journal as invalid and will
+delete and recreate the journal to address the problem.
+
+E2fsck would previously incorrectly ask the user whether she would
+like to abort the file system check after finding a problem --- and
+then abort regardless of the user's answer.  This is annoying, and
+has been fixed.
+
+E2fsck can now continue even if it fails to recreate the resize
+inode; previously it would just abort the file system check
+altogether.
+
+E2fsck could potentially remove directory entries for inodes found in
+the unused region of the inode table; this would generally happen on
+ext4 file systems that do not use journaling.  This bug has been fixed
+by not clearing these directory entries once it has been established
+that bg_unused_inodes may not be trustworthy; once pass #2 has been
+completed, e2fsck will restart the file system check from the
+beginning, and then it will be safe to delete any directory entries
+pointing to inodes that appear to be deleted.  (Addresses Google Bug:
+#2642165)
+    
+E2fsck will not try to set the block group checksums if the user
+cancels the fsck with a control-C.  It's a bad idea to set the
+checksums if e2fsck hasn't been completed, and it often results an the
+error message, "Inode bitmap not loaded while setting block group
+checksum info".  (Addresses Launchpad Bug: #582035)
+
+The mke2fs program now queries the kernel for the physical as well as
+the logical sector size, and will not allow a blocksize below the
+logical, and will strongly encourage a blocksize at least as big as
+the physical blocksize.  This is needed for 4k sector drives that
+emulate 512 byte sector sizes.
+
+Mke2fs will now allow a flex_bg size of 1.  This is unusual, and
+rarely needed, but it is a legal value.
+
+E2fsck will check for cases where the EOFBLOCKS_FL is set when it is
+not needed, and offer to clear it; this is a sign of a kernel bug, but
+more importantly, some released kernels may crash when this situation
+is encountered on ext4 file systems.  (Addresses Google Bug: #2604224)
+    
+E2fsck will use the EOFBLOCKS_FL flag exclusively to check whether
+i_size is correct.  (Kernels starting with 2.6.34 will set
+EOFBLOCKS_FL.)
+
+The com_err library will now only output ^M (a CR character) when the
+tty is in raw mode.
+
+Update the Czech, Chinese, Dutch, French, Germany, Indonesian, Polish,
+and Vietnamese translations.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #571247, #563487)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+The regression test suite now uses its own mke2fs.conf file, so that
+downstream distributions want change the mke2fs.conf file which is
+distributed in the RPM or dpkg file, without worrying about screwing
+up the regression test results.
+
+Always build namei.o so that building with configure --disable-debugfs
+works correctly.  Long-term, if we care about reduced e2fsprogs
+builds, we need a more general solution for deciding what .o files are
+needed for a particular build.  Given that install floppies are going
+(gone?) the way the dodo bird, we probably don't care, though.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2911433)
+
+Add configure options --enable-symlink-build and
+--enable-symlink-install, which allow e2fsprogs be built using
+symlinks instad of hard links, and to be installed using symlinks
+instead of hard links, respectively.  It is useful when the file
+system where the build is taking place, or the file system where
+e2fsprogs is installed, can't handle hard links for some reason.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1436294)
+
+Fixed compile warning in mke2fs.c.
+
+    
+E2fsprogs 1.41.11 (March 14, 2010)
+==================================
+
+E2fsck will no longer give a fatal error and abort if the physical
+device has been resized beyond 2**32 blocks.  (Addresses Launchpad
+Bug: #521648)
+
+Debugfs has a bug fixed so that "logdump -b <blk>" now properly shows
+the allocation status of the block <blk>.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#564084)
+    
+E2fsck now prints a much more emphatic and hopefully scary message
+when a file system is detected as mounted while doing a read/write
+check of the filesystem.  Hopefully this will dissuade users from
+thinking, "surely that message doesn't apply to *me*" :-(
+
+E2fsck -n will now always open the file system read-only.  We now
+disallow certain combination of options which previously were manual
+exceptions; this is bad because it causes users to think they are
+smarter than they really are.  So "-n -c", "-n -l", "-n -L", and "-n
+-D" are no longer supported.  (Addresses Launchpad Bug: #537483)
+    
+In e2fsprogs 1.41.10, mke2fs would ask for confirmation to proceed if
+it detected a badly aligned partition.  Unfortunately, this broke some
+distribution installation scripts, so it now just prints the warning
+message and proceeds.  (Addresses Red Hat Bug: #569021. Addresses
+Launchpad Bug: #530071)
+    
+Mke2fs would take a long time to create very large journal files for
+ext4.  This was caused by a bug in ext2fs_block_iterate2(), which is
+now fixed.
+
+E2fsck now understands the EOFBLOCKS_FL flag which will be used in
+2.6.34 kernels to make e2fsck not complain about blocks deliberately
+fallocated() beyond an inode's i_size.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.10 introduced a regression (in commit b71e018) where
+e2fsck -fD can corrupt non-indexed directories when are exists one or
+more file names which alphabetically sort before ".".  This can happen
+with ext2 filesystems or for small directories (take less than a lock)
+which contain filenames that begin with a space or some other
+punctuation mark.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #573923, Addresses Launchpad
+Bug: #525114)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Add new test, f_rehash_dir, which checks to make sure e2fsck -D works
+correctly.
+
+The libcom_err function now has support for Heimdal's com_right_r
+function().  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2963865, Addresses Debian
+Bug: #558910)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.10 (February 7, 2010)
+====================================
+
+Fix resize2fs bug which causes it to access invalid memory.
+
+Add libss support for libreadline.so.6.
+    
+Fix e2fsck's check for extent-mapped directory with an incorrect file
+type.
+
+Add new e2fsck.conf configuration option, default/broken_system_clock
+to support systems with broken CMOS hardware clocks.  Also, since too
+many distributions seem to have broken virtualization scripts now,
+e2fsck will by default accept dates which are off by up to 24 hours by
+default.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #559776, #557636)
+
+Fix a bug where mke2fs may not use the best placement of the inode
+table when there is only room for a single block group in the last
+flex_bg.
+
+E2fsck is now smarter when it needs to allocate blocks in the course
+of fixing file system problems.  This reduces the number of spurious
+differences found in pass #5.
+
+E2fsck will no longer rehash directories which fit in a single
+directory block.
+
+E2fsck now correctly handles holes in extent-mapped directories (i.e.,
+sparse directories which use extents).
+
+Fix big-endian problems with ext2fs_bmap() and ext2fs_bmap2().
+
+Fix a bug in filefrag where on platforms which can allow file systems
+with 8k blocks, that it doesn't core dump when it sees a file system
+with 8k block sizes.  (Thanks to Mikulas Patocka for pointing this
+out.)
+
+E2fsck will correctly fix directories that are have an inaccurate
+i_size as well as other problems in a single pass, instead of
+requiring two e2fsck runs before the file system is fully fixed.
+
+Fix e2fsck so it will correctly find and detect duplicate directory
+entries for non-indexed directories.  ( Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#2862551)
+    
+Mke2fs will use BLKDISCARD to pre-discard all blocks on an SSD or
+thinly-provisioned storage device.  This can be disabled using the -K
+option.
+
+Enhance libext2fs so it works around bug in Linux version 2.6.19
+and earlier where the /proc/swaps file was missing the header on
+the first line.
+
+Fix bug in Linux version 2.6.19 and earlier where the /proc/swaps file
+was missing the header on the first line.
+
+Fix some big-endian bugs in e2fsck and libext2fs.
+
+Fix resize2fs so it works correctly on file systems with external
+journals instead of failing early with the error "Illegal inode
+number".
+
+Fix libss so that it does not seg fault when using a readline library
+which does not supply a readline_shutdown() function.
+
+Updated dumpe2fs's usage message so it correctly gives the right
+arguments summary for "-o superblock=<num>" and "-o blocksize=<num>".
+(Addresses Launchpad Bug: #448099)
+   
+Teach libext2fs to ignore the high 32 bits of the i_blocks field
+when huge_file file system feature is set, but the inode does not
+have the HUGE_FILE_FL flag set.
+
+Fix e2fsck's handling of 64-bit i_blocks fields.
+
+E2fsck will now print "Illegal indirect block", "Illegal
+double-indirect block", etc., instead of "Illegal block #-1" or
+"Illegal block #-2", etc.  This makes it easier for users to
+understand what has gone wrong.  (Addresses SourceForge Bug: #2871782)
+
+Mke2fs now will obtain get device topology information from blkid and
+use it to populate the superblock stride and stripe sizes.  It will
+also warn if the block device is misaligned
+
+Fix file descriptor leaks in fsck and debugfs.  (Addresses Novell Bug:
+##524526)
+
+Fix the libext2fs library code to round up the bitmap size to a 4-byte
+boundary, to prevent spurious seg faults caused by the x86
+architecture.  This doesn't affect Linux systems, but was a major
+problem on a number of *BSD systems.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#2328708)
+
+Fix resize2fs's minimum size required for a file system so it doesn't
+fail when "resize2fs -M" is run.  (Addresses RedHat Bugzilla: #519131)
+    
+Dumpe2fs now prints summary information about the contents of the
+journal.
+    
+Avoid printing scary error messages when e2fsck starts running
+problems on low-memory systems, as it tends to panic and mislead the
+user.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #509529)
+
+Fix blkid's modules.dep parser so it handles compressed (.ko.gz)
+modules files.  (Address Red Hat Bug: #518572)
+    
+Fix tune2fs so it can add a journal when an extent-enabled file system
+is mounted.  (Addresses Launchpad bug: #416648)
+
+Update Czech, Indonesian, Polish and Vietnamese translations (from the
+Translation Project).
+    
+Update/clarify man pages.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2822186)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #540111)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+The configure script supports the --with-cc, --with-ccopts, and
+--with-ldopts options.  Instead, the more standard use of CC=,
+CCFLAGS=, and LDFLAGS= in the configure command line is used instead.
+Also, --with-ld, which never worked, was also removed.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2843248)
+
+The in-tree header files are only used if the in-tree uuid or blkid
+libraries are used.  Otherwise, use the system-provided uuid or blkid
+header files if using the system-provided libraries.
+
+Fix some build failures caused by --disable-* configure options.
+
+Work around a bug in autoconf 2.64.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.9 (August 22, 2009)
+==================================
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck routines for reallocating an inode table which
+could cause it to loop forever on an ext4 filesystem with the FLEX_BG
+filesystem feature with a relatively rare (and specific) filesystem
+corruption.  This fix causes e2fsck to try to find space for a new
+portion of the inode table in the containing flex_bg, and if that
+fails, the new portion of the inode table will be allocated in any
+free space available in the filesystem.
+
+Make e2fsck less annoying by only asking for permission to relocate a
+block group's inode table once, instead of for every overlapping
+block.  Similarly, only ask once to recompute the block group
+checksums, instead of once for each corrupted block group's checksum.
+
+Fix filefrag to avoid print the extent header if the FIEMAP ioctl is
+not present, and it needs to fall back to using the FIBMAP ioctl.
+
+Fix filefrag to correctly print the number of extents for zero-length
+files.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #540376)
+
+Filefrag now has a -B option which forces the use of the FIBMAP ioctl
+to more easily debug the FIBMAP code.
+
+Fixed filefrag for non-extent based files.
+
+Add a new program, e2freefrag, which displays information about the
+free space fragmentation in an ext2/3/4 filesystem.
+
+Fix inode resizing via tune2fs -I so that it works correctly in the
+face of non-empty bad blocks inodes, and if the filesystem was
+formatted using the "mke2fs -E stride=N" option for RAID arrays.
+
+Fix regression in ext2fs_extent_set_bmap() caused e2fsck -fD to fail
+and corrupt large directories if the directory needs to shrink by more
+than one block.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #537510)
+    
+Fix e2fsck's buggy_init_scritps=1 so that the if the last write and/or
+last mount times are in the future, they are corrected even if
+buggy_init_scripts is set.  This is needed because otherwise resize2fs
+will refuse to resize the filesystem, even after running "e2fsck -f".
+(Addresses Launchpad bug: #373409)
+
+E2fsck will now print much fuller information when the last mount time
+or last written time is in the future, since most people can't seem to
+believe their distribution has buggy init scripts, or they have a
+failed CMOS/RTS clock battery.
+
+Enhance dumpe2fs to dump the extent information via the 'stat'
+command, and more detailed extent information via the new command
+'dump_extents'.
+    
+Update French, Polish, Czech, and Sweedish translation from the
+Translation Project.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fixed miscellaneous gcc -Wall warnings.
+
+Fixed memory leak in error path in ext2fs_block_iterate2()
+
+Fixed non-Linux build of the intl directory by adding support for the
+E/Q/V macros.
+
+The bitmap read/write functions now treat uninitialized bitmaps as
+unallocated; this fixes a number of problems in all e2fsprogs for ext4
+filesystems when there is a need to allocate new blocks or inodes, and
+there aren't any free blocks or inodes in the already-used block
+groups.
+
+Improve ext2fs_extent_set_bmap() to avoid creating new extents which
+get inserted into the extent tree when they are not needed.
+    
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.8 (July 11, 2009)
+================================
+
+Fix resize2fs's online resizing, fixing a regression which in
+e2fpsrogs 1.41.7.   (Addresses Debian Bug: #535452)
+
+Fix potential filesystem corruptions caused by using resize2fs to
+shrinking ext4 filesystems with extents enabled.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bug: #510379)
+
+Optimize uuid_generate() to avoid running uuidd if it is not setuid or
+setgid and the currently running program doesn't have write access to
+the uuidd work directory.
+
+Add safety checks (for non-Linux systems) so that uuidd isn't run with
+file descriptors 0, 1, and 2 closed; and if they are closed, uuidd
+will be careful not to close the file descriptor for its unix domain
+socket when it detaches itself from the controlling tty.  Also add
+safety checks so that if the unix domain socket between the uuid
+library and uuidd program is closed for any reason, both the library
+and the uuidd will return an appropriate error code instead of looping
+in an infinite loop.
+
+The e2croncheck script, which creates an LVM snapshot and then checks
+the ext3/4 filesystem via the LVM snapshot, has been added to the
+contrib directory.
+
+Fix filefrag program for files that have more than 144 extents.
+
+Update French, Polish, Czech, Indonsian, and Sweedish translation from
+the Translation Project.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bug #535530)
+
+Update/clarify man pages.
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix compilation problem when configured with --disable-uuid.
+
+Don't build uuidgen if configured with --disable-uuid.
+
+Add the new library function ext2fs_test_inode_bitmap_range(), and
+optimized ext2fs_test_block_bitmap_range(), which will be needed for
+future optimizations for e2fsck.
+
+Fix makefile dependencies for libcom_err so that the Makefiles work
+well on non-GNU make program.  (Addresses Sourceforge Patches: #2813809)
+
+Enhance the build system so that the full set of commands executed by
+the Makefiles are displayed, instead of the Linux kernel summary
+output, if the build was configured with --enable-verbose-makecmds, or
+if GNU make is in use and the V variable is non-null, i.e., via "make
+V=1".
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.7 (June 29, 2009)
+================================
+
+Fix a bug in libext2fs which can cause e2fsck and resize2fs to write
+uninitalized data into the portion of the inode beyond the first 128
+bytes when operating on inodes mapped via extents; potentially
+corrupting filesystems.
+
+Fix memory leaks in e2fsprogs, including a very large memory leak
+which can cause e2fsck to run out of memory when checking very large
+filesystems using extents.
+
+The logsave program will now filter out the ^A and ^B characters when
+writing to the console.
+
+Harden ext2fs_validate_entry() so that lsdel will not read beyond the
+end of the block even if the directory block is corrupted.
+
+Fix debugfs from core dumping if the logdump command fails to open the
+output file.
+
+Enhance badblocks to print the currently tested block number when
+interrupted with ^C.
+
+Fix lsattr to exit with a non-zero status when it encounters errors.
+(Addresses RedHat Bugzilla #489841)
+
+Fix e2fsprogs to use the same encoding for rec_len in 64k (and larger)
+filesystems as the kernel when encoding rec_len >= 64k.  For 64k
+filesystems (currently all that is supported by e2fsprogs, this is
+only a minor corner case).
+
+Resize2fs will now update the journal backup fileds in the sup0erblock
+if the journal is moved; this avoids an unnecessary full fsck after
+resizing the filesystem.  (Addresses RedHat Bugzilla: #505339)
+    
+Fix libext2fs to properly initialize i_extra_size when creating the
+journal and resize inodes.
+
+Change badblocks to allow block sizes larger than 4k.
+
+Fix filefrag progam so it correctly checks for errors from the fiemap ioctl.
+
+Update Chinese and Czech translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Clean up various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bug #531385 and #523063)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Add --disable-libuuid option to configure which uses an in-system
+installed version of libuuid; the private version is enabled by
+default.
+
+Add --valgrind-leakcheck option to the test_script program which runs
+valgrind with the appropriate options to find memory leaks.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.6 (May 30, 2009)
+===============================
+
+Fix a critical regression in e2fsck introduced version 1.41.5 which
+can undo updates to the block group descriptors after a journal replay.
+
+If e2fsck receives an I/O error while replaying the journal, prompt
+the user whether they want to ignore the error or not; if e2fsck is
+run in preen mode, force fsck to abort the preen pass.
+
+Fix a bug which would cause e2fsck to core dump if the filesystem
+contains a corrupt extent header, and the user declines to clear the
+inode.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2791794)
+    
+Fix e2fsck to restart only once in the case of multiple block groups
+which inodes in use that are in the uninitialized part of the block
+group's inode table.
+
+To reduce user confusion, if the /etc/mtab file is missing
+ext2fs_check_mount_point and ext2fs_check_if_mounted will return a
+new, explicit error code to indicate this case.  This will cause
+e2fsck to give a clearer error message when the user is using buggy
+rescue CD's that don't properly set up /etc/mtab.  (Addresses Debian
+Bug: #527859)
+    
+Fix e2fsck so that if the primary group descriptors are corrupted, but
+the backup superblock is entirely invalid, to go back to using (and
+fixing) the priary group descriptors instead of completely giving up
+on the filesystem.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #516820)
+    
+Change e2fsck to not abort a preen pass if an inode is found to have
+i_file_acl_hi non-zero.  Ext3 filesystems don't care, and newer
+kernels (post 2.6.29) will ignore this field.  So let's fix it
+automatically during the preen pass instead of forcing the user to fix
+this up manually.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #526524)
+    
+Add resource tracking for e2fsck passes 1b through 1d.
+
+Speed up e2fsck by eliminating unnecessary journal checks if the
+filesystem is already mounted and doesn't need recovery (since the
+kernel would have run the journal when the filesystem was mounted.)
+Also speed up e2fsck by avoiding unnecessary block group descriptor
+updates in ext2fs_close().
+
+Add support to chattr to migrate inodes from using direct/indirect
+blocks to extents.
+
+Avoid corrupting the filesystem if there is an attempt to shrink a
+filesystem using resize2fs smaller than posible by making
+ext2fs_set_bmap() more careful not to delete the old block until the
+new block can be inserted.  In addition, fix a bug in how the minimum
+size of the filesystem (plus a safety margin) is calculated, and
+modify resize2fs to refuse to shrink the filesystem below that minimum
+size without the force flag.
+
+Teach blkid to try to figure out DM device names using take advantage
+of information in sysfs when running on kernels (2.6.29 and later)
+which provide this information in /sys/block/dm-<N>/dm/name; this is
+much faster than scanning for the devncie number in /dev/mapper.
+
+Fix blkid to prefer /dev/mapper/<name> device names instad of the
+private /dev/dm-X names.
+
+Add an -a option to debugfs's close_filesys command which writes any
+changes to the superblock or block group descriptors to all of the
+backup superblock locations.
+    
+Add support to the filefrag program to use the FIEMAP ioctl.
+
+Update Chinese translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Clean up various man pages.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #502971 and
+Launchpad Bug: #381854)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bug #506064)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Add test code to make sure e2fsck's problem.c doesn't have two problem
+codes assigned to duplicate values.
+
+Avoid using a hard-coded path for /bin/rm in block's test_probe.in.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2780205)
+
+Clean up e2fsck by removing #ifdef RESOURCE_TRACK by adding an empty
+function declaration for init_resource_track() and
+print_resource_track() when RESOURCE_TRACK is not defined.
+
+The test code which is used to build the tst_csum progam has been
+moved from from tst_csum.c into csum.c under an #ifdef DEBUG to to
+avoid compile problems caused by not having a prototype for
+ext2fs_group_desc_csum().  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug #2484331)
+
+Update the config.guess and config.sub file to the latest from the
+FSF, to allow e2fsprogs to build on the avr32 platform.  (Addresses
+Debian Bug: #528330)
+
+Add a new function, ext2fs_extent_open2(), which behaves like
+pext2fs_extent_open(), but uses the user-supplied inode structure
+when opening an extent instead of reading the inode from disk.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.5 (April 23, 2009)
+=================================
+
+Fix a number of filesystem corruption bugs in resize2fs when growing
+or shrinking ext4 filesystems off-line (i.e., when the ext4 filesystem
+is not mounted).
+
+Debugfs can now set i_file_acl_high via the set_inodes_field command,
+and print a 64-bit file acl.  This is useful for debugging filesystem
+corruptions where the high bits of i_file_acl_high are set.  E2fsck
+will detect and fix non-zero i_file_acl_high on 32-bit filesystems
+since some Linux kernel versions pay attention to this field even when
+they shouldn't.
+
+Speed up e2fsck when checking clean filesystems by avoiding
+unnecessary block reads, and coalescing the block group descriptor
+blocks so they are read using a single read operation.
+
+The libuuid library will now close all file descriptors before running
+uuidd.  This avoids problems when the calling program has open sockets
+which then never get closed because uuidd is a long-running helper
+daeomn.  (Addresses Launchpad bug: #305057)
+
+In order to avoid unnecessary full filesystem checks by e2fsck after
+an on-line resize, e2fsck will ignore the NEEDS_RECOVERY flag set on
+the backup superblocks.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #471925)
+
+Mke2fs will avoid trying to create the journal when run in
+superblock-only mode (mke2fs -S), since the left-over journal in the
+inode table will cause mke2fs to fail.
+
+Fix a bug in libext2fs functions that check to see if a particular
+device or filesystem image is mounted, which would cause these
+functions to report that a file identical to the (relative) pathname
+used by a pseudo-filesystem was mounted when in fact it was not.
+
+Update Czech translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Add Chinese (simplified) translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Fix support for external journals (which was broken in e2fsprogs
+1.41.4).
+
+Fix a regression in debugfs where the "stat" command when no
+filesystem was open would cause debugfs to crash with a segmentation
+violation.
+
+Starting in the 2.6.29 linux kernel, the ext4 filesystem driver can be
+used to support filesystems without a journal.  Update the blkid
+library so it understands this.
+
+The blkid library will remove an entry from the blkid cache
+representing the entire disk if partitions are found, since presuambly
+the device previously had no partition table, but has now transitioned
+to using a partition table.
+
+Add a check to mke2fs and tune2fs that the argument to the -m option
+(which specifies the reserved ratio) must be greater than zero.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #517015)
+
+Add support for tracking the number kilobytes written to the
+filesystem via the superblock field s_kbytes_written.  It will be
+updated by the kernel as well as by e2fsprogs programs which write to
+the filesystem.  This is useful for tracking the wear to filesystems
+on Solid Sstate Drives.
+
+Fix compatibility issue in the libext2fs info file and makeinfo
+version 4.12.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #481620)
+
+Update/clarify man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #515693, #365619)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details. (Addresses Debian Bug: #506279)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix Hurd compilation problem in e2fsck and tune2fs (Addresses Debian
+Bug: #521602)
+
+Fix various gcc compilation warnings and other programming cleanups.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #486997)
+
+Add support for building the blkid command statically.
+
+Add support for disabling the built-in blkid library in favor of a
+system-installed blkid implementation via the configure option
+--disable-libblkid.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.4 (January 27, 2009)
+===================================
+
+Fixed a bug which could sometimes cause blkid to return an exit value
+of zero for a non-existent device (Addresses Debian Bug: #502541)
+
+Blkid will now recognize ext3 filesystems that have the test_fs flag
+set as ext3 filesystems.
+
+The blkid library will now recognize btrfs filesystems and swap
+devices currently used by user-level software suspend.
+
+Tune2fs now updates the block group checksums when changing the UUID
+to avoid causing e2fsck to complain vociferously at the next reboot.
+
+Tune2fs's inode size resizing algorithms have been fixed so it is not
+vastly inefficient for moderate-to-large filesystems, due to some
+O(n**2) and O(n*m) algorithms that didn't scale well at all.
+
+Fix tune2fs's inode resizing algorithm so it will not corrupt
+filesystems laid out for RAID filesystems; in addition, tune2fs will
+refuse to change the inode size for filesystems that have the flex_bg
+feature enabled.  (This is a limitation in the current implementation
+of tune2fs -I.)
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41 broke debugfs's logdump command for normal ext3/4
+filesystems with 32-bit block numbers, when the headers for 64-bit
+block numbers was added.  This regression has been fixed.
+
+Debugfs's ncheck command has been fixed to avoid printing garbage
+characters at the end of file names.
+
+Fix resize2fs for ext4 filesystems.  Some blocks that that need moving
+when shrinking filesystems with uninit_bg feature would not be moved.
+In addition, blocks and inode table blocks were not being correctly
+freed when shrinking filesystems with the flex_bg feable, which caused
+resize2fs -M to fail.  Finally, when blocks are moved, make sure the
+uninitialized flag in extents is preserved.
+
+Fix bug which caused dumpe2fs to abort with an error if run on a
+filesystem that contained an external journal.
+
+Some distributions used "mke3fs" as an alias for "mkfs.ext3"; check
+for this in argv[0] to provide better legacy support for these
+distributions.  This is a practice that should NOT be continued,
+however.
+
+Mke2fs now has a new option -U, which allows the user to specify the
+UUID that should be used for the new filesystem.
+
+Mke2fs will treat devices that are exactly 16TB as if they were 16TB
+minus one block.  This allows users who have read that ext3 supports
+up to 16TB filesystems and who create a 16TB LVM to not get confused,
+since the true limit is really 16TB minus one block.
+
+E2fsck will no longer abort an fsck run if block group has an errant
+INODE_UNINIT flag.
+
+E2fsck now distinguishes between fragmented directories and fragmented
+files in verbose mode statistics and in the fragcheck report.
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck which casued it double count non-contiguous
+extent-based inodes.
+
+E2fsck will leave some slack space when repacking directories to allow
+room for a few directory entries to be added without causing leaf
+nodes to be split right away.
+
+Fix a bug which caused e2fsck to crash when it comes across a
+corrupted interior node in an extent tree with the error message:
+"Error1: Corrupt extent header on inode XXXXXX"
+
+E2fsck problem descriptions involving the journal are no longer
+referred to as "ext3" problems, since ext4 filesystems also have
+journals.
+
+Fix a long-standing bug in e2fsck which would cause it to crash when
+replying journals for filesystems with block sizes greater than 8k.
+
+Update Catalan translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details. (Addresses Debian Bugs: #503057, #502323, #511207)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix build of e2fsck.profiled, and add support for building profiled
+binaries in the misc directory if configured with --enable-profile.
+
+The ext2fs_open() function now performs more sanity checks on the
+superblock to avoid potential divide by zero errors by other parts of
+library.
+
+The ext2fs_read_inode_full() function now has a safety check to avoid
+a segmentation fault on corrupted filesystems.
+
+The ext2fs_new_inode() function now has a sanity check so that if the
+s_first_inode field in the superblock is insane, it will return
+EXT2_ET_INODE_ALLOC_FAIL instead of returning an invalid inode number.
+
+To avoid segmentation faults, ext2fs_block_alloc_stats() and
+ext2fs_inode_alloc_stats() now validates the passed inode or block
+number to avoid overrunning an array boundary.
+
+Various signed/unsigned errors for variables containing block numbers
+have been fixed.
+
+Accomodations for gcc's stupidity in not realizing that constant
+strings that do not contain a '%' character are safe to use in format
+strings have been made so that distributions that want to compile
+e2fsprogs with -Werror=format-security have an easier time doing so.
+
+Added a new 64-bit getsize interface, ext2fs_get_device_size2().
+
+Added the utility make-sparse.c to the contrib directory.
+
+The ext2fs_block_iterate2() function now reflects errors from
+ext2fs_extent_set_bmap() to the caller, if the callback tries to
+change a block on an extent-based file, and ext2fs_extent_set_bmap()
+fails for some reason (for example, there isn't enough disk space to
+split a node and expand the extent tree.
+
+The ext2fs_block_iterate2() function will preserve the uninit flag in
+extents when the callback function modifies a block in an extent-based
+file.
+
+E2fsck will now flag filesystems that have an insane s_first_ino field
+in their superblock, and attempt to use a backup superblock to repair
+the filesystem.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.3 (October 12, 2008)
+===================================
+
+E2fsck has been fixed so it prints the correct inode number for
+uinit_bg related problems.
+
+E2fsck will now offer to clear the test_fs flag if the ext4 filesystem
+is available on linux.  This can be disabled via a configuration
+option in /etc/e2fsck.conf.
+
+Fix a file descriptor leak in libblkid when checking to see if an ext4
+or ext4dev module exists.
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck where in preen mode, if there are disk I/O errors
+while trying to close a filesystem can lead to infinite loops.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla #465679)
+    
+Fix a bug in resize2fs where passing in a bogus new size of 0 blocks
+will cause resize2fs to drop into an infinite loop.  (Addresses Red
+Hat Bugzilla: #465984)
+    
+Add a check in the Unix I/O functions in libext2fs so that when a
+device is opened read/write, return an error if the device is
+read-only using the BLKROGET ioctl.
+
+Fix debugfs's ncheck command so that it prints all of the names of
+hardlinks in the same directory.
+
+Fix a bug in libblkid so it correctly detects whether the ext4 and
+ext4dev filesystems are available, so that the ext4dev->ext4
+fallback code works correctly.
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix a parallel build problem by making sure util/subst is built before
+trying to build the lib/et directory.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#2143281)
+
+Updated "make depend" information for crc16.o
+    
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.2 (October 2, 2008)
+==================================
+
+Fix e2fsck's automatic blocksize detection.  This fixes a regression
+from e2fsprogs 1.40.7 which caused e2fsck to fail if the user
+specifies a block number using the -b option if the blocksize option
+isn't also specified using -B.  Unfortunately, users very commonly
+invoke e2fsck using "e2fsck -b 32768 /dev/hdXXX" to use the backup
+superblock; in fack e2fsck will often suggest this kind of command
+line.  Oops.
+
+Enhance the debugfs's "ncheck" command so it will print all of the
+pathnames for the specified inodes.  (Previously, in some cases ncheck
+might not print a pathname for an inode at all if some of the other
+inodes had multiple hard links.)
+
+Enhance debugfs's "hash" command so the hash seed can be specified via
+a command-line option.  In addition, allow the hash algorithm to be
+specified by name instead of just by number.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that we don't accidentally print the translation file's
+header when asking the user a custom question so there is no prompt
+defined for a particular problem record.  For example, the question
+"Run journal anyway" will get the PO header tacked on because e2fsck
+erroneously passed the null string to _().  (Addresses Launchpad Bug:
+#246892)
+
+Enhance badblocks so that it can test a normal file which is greater
+than 2GB.
+
+Enhance the badblocks command so that it displays the time and
+percentage complete when in verbose mode.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#429739)
+
+Fix a potential memory leak in a error handling path in debugfs's
+ncheck function.
+
+Fix a potential memory corruption problem if a memory allocation fails
+in resize2fs.
+
+Fix the usage message for debugfs's logdump command to be consistent
+with its man manpage.
+
+Update Polish, French, Vietnamese, Dutch, Indonesian, German, Czech,
+and Sweedish translation from the Translation Project.
+
+Add documentation for the file I/O functions to the libext2fs.texinfo
+file.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #484877)
+    
+Update and clarified various man pages.  (Addresses Launchpad Bug
+#275272; Addresses Debian Bugs: #498100, #498101, #498102, #498103)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details. (Addresses Debian Bug: #497619)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix a potential file descriptor leack in libcom_err by setting the
+close-on-exec flag for a fd used for debugging.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bugzilla #464689)
+
+Fix a potential race in libcom_err by using sem_post/sem_init.  SuSE
+has been carrying a patch for a long time to prevent a largely
+theoretical race condition if a multi-threaded application adds and
+removes error tables in multiple threads.  Unfortunately SuSE's
+approach breaks compatibility by forcing applications to link and
+compile with the -pthread option; using pthread mutexes has
+historically been problematic.  We fix this by using sem_post/sem_init
+instead.
+
+Fix e2fsprogs-libs build failure due to 'subs' target.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug: #2087502)
+
+Avoid linking e2initrd_helper, debugfs, blkid, and fsck with unneeded
+libraries when using ELF shared libraries.
+
+Fix ELF shared library when building on systems that don't already
+have the e2fsprogs shared libraries already installed.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug: #2088537)
+
+Fix the pkg-config files so they work correctly when linking with
+static libraries and fix the include directory so programs don't have
+to use #include <ext2fs/ext2fs.h>, but can use #include <ext2fs.h>
+instead.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2089537)
+    
+Make sure ext2fs_swab64() is compiled for all platforms, and not just
+for x86.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #497515)
+    
+Remove the unused ext2fs_find_{first,ext}_bit_set() functions for all
+non-x86 platforms.  (They had been removed for x86 earlier.)
+
+Fix diet libc compilation support, which had bitrotted due to lack of
+TLC.  Fixing this improves general portability.
+
+When installing the link library when using ELF shared libraries,
+avoid using absolute pathnames if the link library and the shared
+library are installed in the same directory.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+Bug: #1782913)
+
+Fix gen-tarball so it will work even if the top-level directory has
+been renamed to something other than "e2fsprogs".  Also make
+gen-tarball print the size of the resulting tar.gz file.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.1 (September 1, 2008)
+====================================
+
+Many people are forgetting to update their mke2fs.conf file, and this
+causes ext3, ext4, and ext4dev filesystems won't get created with the
+proper features enabled.  We address this in two ways.  First, mke2fs
+will issue a warning if there is not definition for an ext3, ext4, or
+ext4dev filesystem and the user is trying to create such a filesystem
+type.  Secondly, when installing from a source build, "make install"
+will provide basic configuration file handling for /etc/mke2fs.conf.
+If it exists, and does not mention ext4dev, it will be moved aside to
+/etc/mke2fs.conf.e2fpsrogs-old and the new /etc/mke2fs.conf file will
+be installed.  If the existing /etc/mke2fs.conf file does mention
+ext4dev, then "make install" will install official mke2fs.conf file as
+/etc/mke2fs.conf.e2fsprogs-new and issue a message to the user that
+they should look to see if any changes need to be merged.
+
+The mke2fs program will now create the journal in the middle of the
+filesystem, since this minimizes seek times on average for fsync-heavy
+workloads.  In addition, mke2fs will now create journals using extents
+for filesystems that support them.  This results in a more efficient
+encoding for the journal since it eliminates the need for using
+indirect blocks.
+
+The mke2fs program will avoid allocating an extra block to the
+journal.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1483791)
+
+Mke2fs will correctly enforce the prohibition against features
+(specifically read-only features) in revision 0 filesystems.  (Thanks
+to Benno Schulenberg for noticing this problem.)
+
+Mke2fs previously would occasionaly create some slightly non-optimally
+placed inode tables; this bug has been fixed.
+
+The mke2fs and tune2fs programs now print the correct usage message
+describing the maximum journal size.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #491620)
+
+Add support for setting the default hash algorithm used in b-tree
+directories in tune2fs (from a command-line option) or mke2fs (via
+mke2fs.conf).  In addition, change the default hash algorithm to
+half_md4, since it is faster and better.
+
+The blkid library will now recognize MacOS hfsx filesystems, and
+correctly extract the label and uuid for hfs, hfsx, and hfsplus
+filesystems.  (Addresses Sourceforge Feature Requests: #2060292)
+
+The blkid library has improved detection of JFS and HPFS filesystems.
+(Addresses Launchpad Bug: #255255)
+
+The blkid library is now much more efficiently handling devicemapper
+devices, mainly by no longer using the devicemapper library.  This can
+speed up access for systems with a large number of device mapper
+devices.
+
+Blkid had a number of cache validation bugs in libblkid that have been
+fixed.   (Addresses Debian Bug: #493216)
+
+Resize2fs will now properly close out the "updating inode references"
+progress bar so there is a newline printed before printing the final
+"resize is successful" message.
+
+Resize2fs will now correctly handle filesystems with extents and/o
+uninitialized block groups correctly when file/directory blocks need
+to relocated (i.e., when shrinking a filesystem or if the resize_inode
+is not present).  To support this, the ext2fs library now supports
+initializing inode and block bitmaps that are not yet initialized when
+allocating them using ext2fs_new_block() and ext2fs_new_inode().  In
+addition, e2fs_block_iterate2() can now support changing the location
+of interior nodes of an extent tree, and ext2fs_extent_set_bmap() has
+been optimized to avoid creating unnecessary new extents when updating
+the location of blocks in the extent tree.  This will also help out
+e2fsck's recovery of obscurely corrupted filesystems with extents,
+when blocks are claimed by multiple inodes.
+
+Add support for on-line resizing ext4 filesystem with the flex_bg
+filesystem feature.  The method for doing so is not optimal, but to do
+a better job will require kernel support.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41.0 intrduced a bug in libext2fs which casued e2image and
+debugfs programs to not be able to read e2image files; the signed
+vs. unsigned bug in the code which read bitmaps from the e2image has
+been fixed.   (Addresses Debian Bug: #495830)
+
+Resize2fs is now correctly managing the directory in-use counts when
+shrinking filesystems and directory inodes needed to be moved from one
+block group to another.  This bug has been around since e2fsprogs
+1.26, and is largely harmless, but does cause a filesystem corruption
+which will be flagged by e2fsck after the filesystem has been shrunk.
+ 
+E2fsck will no longer issue spurious complaints about the inode size
+caused by very large extent-based files, and by blocks reallocated
+using fallocate() with the FALLOC_FL_KEEP_SIZE option.  (Addresses
+Kernel Bugzilla: #11341)
+
+Mke2fs will now set the creation timestamp on the lost+found directory
+and the root directory.  (More generally, all new inodes created using
+the ext2fs library will correctly set the creation timestamp.)
+
+E2fsck now correctly calculates ind/dind/tind statistics in the
+presence of extent-based files.  In addition, "e2fsck -v" will report
+statistics of the depth of extent trees in the filesystem.  E2fsck can
+also give an inode fragmentation report using "e2fsck -E fragcheck"
+which can be useful when debugging the kernel block allocation
+routines.
+
+Fix support for empty directory blocks in ext4 filesystems with 64k
+blocksize filesystems.
+
+E2fsck will now print the depth of corrupt htree directories.
+
+Debugfs's htree command now correctly understands extent-based
+directories.  It will also print out the minor hash as well as the
+major hash.
+
+Debugfs has a new command which will print the supported features of
+e2fsprogs, to enable scripts to know whether the installed version of
+e2fsprogs can support a specific feature.
+
+Debugfs will now write files using extents for filesystems that
+support them.
+
+The error message printed by "tune2fs -I" if the inode size was too
+small was rather confusing, so it has been improved.  Also, we won't
+try to create an undo log until we know that command-line-specified
+parameters such as "tune2fs -I <inode size>" are valid.
+
+Given some filesystems found "in the wild" that had non-zero block
+group checksums even though the uninit_bg/gdt_sum feature was not
+enabled, e2fsck would issue spurious error messages.  Teach
+ext2fs_group_desc_csum_verify() to ignore the block group checksum
+entirely if the feature flag is not set.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#490637)
+
+The blkid program will now print out a user-friendly listing of all of
+the block devices in the system and what they contain when given the
+-L option.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #490527)
+
+The filefrag program now has a more accurate calculation for the
+number of ideal extents.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #458306)
+
+The test I/O manager is now enabled by default, but its overhead is
+only incurred when it would be enabled via the TEST_IO_FLAGS or
+TEST_IO_BLOCK environment variables.
+
+Typographical errors in various program strings and usage messages
+have been fixed; most of these were pointed out by the e2fsprogs
+message catalog translators.  (Thanks, translators!)
+
+Update and clarified various man pages, as well as some typographical
+errors in the libext2fs texinfo file.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.
+
+Add Indonesian and update French, Polish, Dutch, German, Sweedish,
+Czech, and Vietnamese Translations.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #313697,
+#401092)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Fix portability problem with the badblocks group; for systems that
+don't have nanosleep(), try using usleep() instead.
+
+The "make check" target in the e2fsck directory now sets
+LD_LIBRARY_PATH before running the various e2fsck internal library
+regression tests.
+
+The crc32 regression test in the e2fsck library is now portable to
+greater varienty of environments, including big-endian systems and
+when cross-building e2fsprogs for embedded systems.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug: #2019287)
+
+The ext2fs_extent_set_bmap() had some bugs when setting the first
+block in a file, or when replacing a single block extent.  Those cases
+fortunately were came up relatively rarely when e2fsck was checking
+files, but caused some problems when resize2fs was shrinking
+extent-based files.
+
+Fix a potential core-dumping bug in libe2p's iterate_on_dir()
+function.
+
+Various ext2fs library functions --- ext2fs_block_iterate2(),
+ext2fs_initialize() and ext2fs_extent_open() --- now correctly free
+allocated memory to avoid memory leaks in all of their error return
+paths.
+
+Ext2ed was failing to build because masix support had been removed in
+the rest of e2fsprogs, so ext2ed no longer has masix support, either.
+
+The configure script now respects the LDFLAGS environment variable if
+it is set when configure is called.  (Addresses Sourceforge Feature
+Request: #1937287)
+
+Libuuid is now more portable to the Windows platform.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Feature Request: #1937287)
+
+The configure script now uses AC_MSG_{RESULT,WARN,ERROR} instead of
+bare echo commands so that configure flags such as --quiet work
+correctly.  (Addresses Sourceforge Patches: #2058794)
+
+A few uses of sprintf have been removed from the ext2fs library to
+make life easier for bootloaders with a limited libc environment.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #2049120)
+
+The ext2fs_read_inode() checks the validity of the inode number passed
+to it earlier, to avoid doing some needless work when it would fail
+anyway.
+
+The ext2fs_open() checks the validity of the blocksize parameter
+passed to it earlier, to avoid doing some needless work when it would
+fail anyway.
+
+Disable a very annoying automatic "%.sh -> %" GNU make rule in the
+top-level Makefile.  That automatic rule is used to better support
+SCCS, but it caused problems for a particular niche distribution which
+likes to use configure.sh files to store the configure options used to
+build a package.  Unfortuntaely GNU make will use the configure.sh to
+replace the configure script, resulting in a self-inflicted fork bomb
+leading to an out-of-memory crash.
+
+To support old GNU C compilers don't use C99/C++ comments, but only
+K&R style comments, and don't try to use __builtin_expect if __GNUC__
+is less than 3.  (__builtin_expect is only supported for gcc versions
+2.96 and up, and it's tricky to check for gcc 2.95 vs gcc 2.96; since
+this is an optimization, we only try to use __builtin_expect for gcc 3
+and up.)
+
+In e2fsck's crc routines, make sure we use WORDS_BIGENDIAN instead of
+__LITTLE_ENDIAN, which are only defined by glibc's header files and
+hence isn't portable.
+
+For the convenience for some distributions that need a static tune2fs,
+the Makefile for misc/ now has a tune2fs.static target.
+
+The ext2fs_block_iterate2() function now supports BLOCK_FLAG_APPEND
+for extent-based files
+
+The ext2fs_bmap() function now supports BMAP_ALLOC for extent-based
+files.
+
+All source files no longer have any trailing white space.
+
+The io_channel_read_blk64() and io_channel_write_blk64() functions are
+now functions instead of C preprocessor macros to provide better
+forward compatibility.
+
+The e2fpsrogs translation template now expands the @x abbrevation.
+
+Various namespace leackages in libblkid, libe2p, and libext2fs have
+been fixed.
+
+Fix a parallel build problem in e2fsprogs.
+
+E2fsprogs is now more portable to Solaris.
+  * blkid no longer assumes that the TIOCGSIZE and TIOCGWINSZ ioctl's
+    are always present.
+  * Scripts do not assume that /bin/true is always in /bin
+  * Don't use __FUNCTION__ since Solaris's C99 doesn't support it.
+  * Flush stdio handles before calling setbuf(), since Solaris will
+    discard any pending output to the stream.
+  * Define _XOPEN_SOURCE to 600 since Solaris's header files are very
+    picky about which C compiler can beused for SUSv3 conformance.
+    Use of C99 is not compatible with SUSv2 (_XOPEN_SOURCE=500),
+    and C89 is not compatible with SUSv3 (_XOPEN_SOURCE=600).
+    Since we need some SUSv3 functions, consistently use SUSv3 so
+    that e2fsprogs will build on Solaris using c99.
+  * Solaris C99 does not support varargs C preprocessor macros
+  * Solaris header files pollute the C namespace if in/netinet.h
+    is included, which conflicts with e2fsprogs' use of the kmem_cache_t
+    typedef.
+  * Solaris ships with a pathetically ancient shell in /bin/sh so we
+    avoid the use of various more avanced shell constructs such as $().
+
+The "make rpm" command will now take some extra configure optiosn from
+the build environment without needing to patch the source tree.
+
+The ext2fs_add_dir_block() function will now grow the dblist more
+aggressively as an optimization to avoid copying the array too often.
+
+The e2fsck_write_bitmaps() will write the block and inode bitmaps
+together instead of in two passes.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.41 (July 10, 2008)
+==============================
+
+Add support for ext4 filesystem features, in particular extents,
+uninit_bg, flex_bg, huge_file, and dir_nlink features.  Also add
+support for checking journal checksums.  Debugfs will print new
+superblock and inode fields that were defined for ext4.  For example,
+the nanosecond and i_version fields of an inode, and the
+s_min_extra_isize and s_wanted_extra_isize fields from the superblock.
+Note: Resize2fs doesn't currently support the combination of flex_bg
+and !resize_inode.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #388452, #425477)
+
+Tune2fs can support migrating a filesystem from using 128 byte inodes
+to 256 byte inodes, so it can take advantage of the full features of
+ext4.
+
+Add support for "undo" support.  E2fsck and mke2fs can optionally
+record an undo log which can replayed by the program e2undo.
+
+E2fsck could damage a filesystem by trying to relocate inode tables
+due to corrupted block group descriptors, where the attempted inode
+table relocation would do far more harm than good.  E2fsck has been
+fixed to detect this these sorts of corrupted block group descriptors
+much earlier in e2fsck processing, so it can try to use the backup
+superblock and block group descriptors first.  This should be a much
+better strategy for recovering these types of corrupted filesystems.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1840291)
+
+E2fsck will display a more understandable message when the last check
+field in the superblock is in the future.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#446005).
+
+E2fsck now performs more extensive and careful checks of extended
+attributes stored in the inode.
+
+Enhance mke2fs to print a more explanatory error message when
+ext2fs_get_device_size() returns EFBIG.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#488663)
+
+Fix mke2fs to use a default block size of 4k when formatting an
+external journal device.  This is done by using a fixed filesystem
+type list that consists only of the single filesystem type "journal"
+when looking up configuration keys in /etc/mke2fs.conf.  (Addresses
+Debian Bug: #488663)
+
+Speed up how mke2fs writes the journal data blocks by writing the disk
+blocks in larger chunks.
+
+Fix blkid handling of stale devices.  Fix a bug which could cause a
+core dump while garbage collecting the blkid cache, and assure that
+blkid_find_dev_with_tag() never returns a non-existent device.  Also,
+if a filesystem is found at a new /dev location, eliminate any
+duplicate stale entries which can not be verified.
+(Addresses Debian Bugs: #487758, #487783)
+    
+Add more paranoid checks for LVM volumes and swap partitions in
+blkid's probe function, to reduce the chances of false positives.
+
+The mke2fs program now has a much more sophisticated system for
+controlling configuration parameters of a newly created filesystem
+based on a split filesystem and usage type system.  The -t option to
+mke2fs was a deprecated alias to -c; it now specifies a filesystem
+type (ext2, ext3, ext4, etc.), while the -T option can now be a comma
+separated usage list.  The filesystem type information and type
+information is used to extract configuration parameters from the
+/etc/mke2fs.conf file.
+
+The mke2fs program will no longer complain and request the -f option
+when the user tries to create a filesystem with greater than 2**31
+blocks.
+
+When creating a filesystem for the GNU Hurd use a fs-type of Hurd and
+adjust the mke2fs.conf file so filesystems for the Hurd are created
+with a blocksize of 4096 and inode size of 128, which is all it knows
+how to handle.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #471977)
+    
+Mke2fs will always make sure that lost+found always has at least 2
+blocks, even for filesystems with very large blocksizes (i.e., 64kb).
+
+Resize2fs will now print the minimum needed filesystem size if given
+the -P option, and will resize the filesystem to the smallest possible
+size if given the -M option.
+
+Fix resize2fs to clean up the resize_inode if all of the reserved gdt
+blocks are consumed during an off-line resize.
+
+The "ls" command in debugfs now supports the -p option, which causes
+it to quote the filenames so that spaces or tabs in directory entries
+are easily visible.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #149480; Addresses
+Sourceforge Feature Request: #1201667)
+
+Fix a potential off-by-one buffer oveflow in the fs_device_name in an
+e2image file.
+
+The chattr program will return a non-zero exit code in case of
+failures, and error messages can be suppressed with the -f option.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #180596)
+
+Fix a bug in badblocks which caused it to overrun an array and likely
+crash if more than 8 test patterns are specified using the -t option.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #487298)
+    
+Add support to badblocks to limit how quickly it reads from the disk
+drive (so it can be used for background scrubbing), and so it will
+abort after finding a given number of errors.
+
+Remove support for the legacy big-endian filesystem format which only
+existed on extremely long-dead PowerPC kernels almost a decade ago.
+
+Remove MASIX support from e2fsprogs.
+
+Add I/O statistics reporting to e2fsck.
+
+Update Vietnamese, Polish, French, Spanish, German, Catalan, Dutch,
+Czech translations.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #487443, #487675, #490003)
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses Debian Bugs: #393313, #487849, #440983, #440981)
+
+Programmer's Notes
+------------------
+
+Factor out bitmap code in preparation for adding 64-bit new-style
+bitmaps.
+
+Fix gcc -Wall warnings
+
+Fix the pkg-config files so that private librares are specified in
+"Libs.private:".
+
+Fix the libext2fs.texinfo manual so it builds with modern versions of
+texinfo.
+
+Silence the makefile from showing the awk command used to build the
+
+Clean up the badblocks group so to make it more portable and robust.
+
+Avoid using predictable filenames in /tmp in blkid's regression test
+suite.  Also remove bashism's in the regression test script.
+
+If the configure script is given --with-diet-libc, don't use thread
+local storage, since diet libc doesn't support TLS.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug: #2000654)
+    
+Fix the blkid regression test suite to tolerate older versions of
+mkswap that don't support the -U option.
+
+A few library routines have been converted to support 64-bit block
+numbers; in particular, the I/O manager functions, the test_io,
+inode_io, and unix_io managers have all be converted to support 64-bit
+operation.
+
+Debugfs can now be extended for use by test programs.  See
+lib/ext2fs/extents.c for an example for how it can be used.  The test
+program links against the debugfs object files, and provides
+additional commands by defining an auxiliary libss command table.
+
+The lazy_bg filesystem feature, which was only used by developer's
+testing, has been removed since it has been largely supplanted by
+uninit_bg.  This also simplifies the code.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.11 (June 17, 2008)
+=================================
+
+Mke2fs, tune2fs, and resize2fs now use floating point to calculate the
+percentage of reserved blocks.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #452639)
+
+Updated Spanish and Catalan translations.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #483962, #483023)
+
+Add detection for ZFS volumes to the libblkid library.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #486463)
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix marginal C code in probe_lvm2() function to the blkid library more
+portable for older compilers.
+
+Fix build problems on MacOS X.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1972473)
+
+Fix ext2fs_swap{16,32,64} functions so they can be used by external
+applications on big-endian machines.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #484879)
+    
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.10 (May 21, 2008)
+================================
+
+When deciding whether or not to revalidate a blkid cache entry, if the
+device's mtime is newer than the last time the cached entry was
+validated, force a revalidation.
+
+Fix a potential data corruption bug in e2fsck in the journal replay.
+The chances of this is happening is extremely remote, especially the
+default data=ordered or data=writeback modes.  However, if a block
+which has been journalled starts with the first four bytes 0xc03b3998,
+when e2fsck replays the journal, those four bytes will be replaced
+with zero's.  Fortunately, it is highly, highly unlikely for e2fsck
+metadata to begin with those fatal 4 byte sequence, and unless
+data=ordered mode is in use, data blocks are never journaled.
+
+Updated German, Dutch, Sweedish, and Vietnamese translations.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.
+
+Remove default sizes of types when cross compiling, since autoconf
+2.50 can figure this out automatically now.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.9 (April 27, 2008)
+=================================
+
+SuSE's security team audited uuidd and came up with a few minor
+issues.  None of them are serious given that uuidd runs setuid as a
+unprivileged user which has no special access other than libuuid
+directory, but it's good to get them fixed.
+
+One additional fix in ext2fs_swap_inode_full() needed for resize2fs to
+work correctly with in-inode extended attributes.
+
+Updated German, Czech, Dutch, French, Polish, Sweedish, and Vietnamese
+translations.
+
+Debugfs will avoid using a pager if the standard output is not a tty.
+
+Fix debugfs and tune2fs to correctly handle daylight savings time when
+parsing a time string.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+
+Fix fsck completion bars when multiple filesystems were being checked
+in parallel.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #432865, Addresses Launchpad Bug:
+#203323, Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1926023)
+
+Fix fsck so that progress information is sent back correctly when
+multiple filesystems are being check and the output of fsck is being
+redirected to a file descriptor.  Also, include the device name (w/o
+spaces) in the progress information sent back via a file descriptor.
+(Addresses Launchpad Bug: #203323, Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#1926023)
+
+Teach fsck to treat "ext4" and "ext4dev" as ext* filesystems.
+
+If logsave receives a SIGTERM or SIGINT signal, it will now pass that
+signal to its child process.
+
+Fix mke2fs's creation of are resize inode when there is a non-standard
+s_first_data_block setting.
+
+Fix bug in blkid when run by an unprivileged user; most devices were
+not reported correctly.  9Addresses Launchpad Bug: #220275)
+
+Mke2fs will not allow the logically incorect combination of
+resize_inode and meta_bg, which had previously caused mke2fs to create
+a corrupt fileystem.
+
+Fix fsck in German locales so that a 'j' means yes.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1947683)
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.
+
+Update valgrind options in test_script to work with valgrind 3.2.3
+
+Update texinfo.tex to a much newer version from the FSF.
+
+Remove bashism for configure script and from the lib/ss Makefile.
+Addresses Sourceforge Bug: 1921969
+
+Fix some silently broken tests: m_no_opt, m_meta_bg, and m_raid_opt.
+
+Fix build system so that if texinfo is not installed, it won't print a
+(harmless) error message.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.8 (March 13, 2008)
+=================================
+
+Fixed e2image -I so it works on image files which are larger than 2GB.
+
+Fixed e2fsck's handling of directory inodes with a corrupt size field.  If
+the size is larger than the number of blocks found in the inode, don't
+try to allocate extra empty blocks at the end of the directory to make
+up the difference; there's no point to doing that.  In addition, if
+the size is not a multiple of a blocksize, always fix it.
+
+E2fsck handled a pass 2 "should never happen error" by not giving
+enough information and then core dumping.  Unfortunately, it was all
+too easy to trigger the "should never happen" situation if a
+directory's inode size was not correct.  This has been fixed, but
+e2fsck has also been taught how to handle this situation more
+gracefully, by simply removing the inode hash tree information, so
+that it can be rebuilt again after e2fsck's pass 3.  (Addresses
+Launchpad Bug: #129395)
+
+Resize2fs had a bug resizing large inodes with extended attributes
+that was fixed in 1.40.6; unfortunately, it turned out it wasn't fixed
+completely on big-endian systems such as PowerPC.  The bug should be
+completely fixed now.  Yay for regression test suites.  (Addresses Red
+Hat Bugzilla: #434893)
+    
+Updated German, Czech, Dutch, Polish, Sweedish, and Vietnamese
+translations.  Many thanks to Philipp Thomas from Novell for stepping
+up to become the new German translation maintainer!  (Addresses Debian
+Bugs: #302512, #370247, #401092, #412882).
+
+When e2fsck is clearing a corrupt inode's HTREE directory information,
+make it clear that it is just clearing the HTREE information, not the
+entire inode.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.  
+
+Programmer's notes
+------------------
+
+Add new functions, ext2fs_dblist_get_last() and
+ext2fs_dblist_drop_last(), which allows the caller to examine the last
+directory block entry added to the list, and to drop if it necessary.
+
+Fixed a portability problem in libblkid with DJGPP.
+
+Fix an obvious typo in an "internal error" message in e2fsck.  Thanks
+to Philipp Thomas for pointing this out.
+
+If the info files are not built, change "make install" so it doesn't
+fail with an error code.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.7 (February 28, 2008)
+====================================
+
+Remove support for clearing the SPARSE_SUPER feature from tune2fs, and
+depreciate the -s option, since it can result in filesystems which
+e2fsck can't fix easily.  There are very good reasons for wanting to
+disable sparse_super; users who wants to turn off sparse_super can use
+debugfs.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1840286)
+    
+Add missing options to mke2fs's usage message.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+Bug: #1751393)
+    
+Fix bug in resize2fs when large (greater than 128 byte) inodes are
+moved when a filesystem is shrunk; it was only moving the first 128
+bytes, so extended attributes were not getting moved.  (Addresses Red
+Hat Bugzilla: #434893)
+
+E2fsck now prints an explicit message when the bad block inode is
+updated, to avoid confusion about why the filesystem was modified.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #756460)
+    
+Allow mke2fs and tune2fs manipulate the large_file feature.
+Previously we just let the kernel and e2fsck do this automatically,
+but e2fsck will no longer automatically clear the large_file feature.
+It still isn't really necessary to worry about this feature flag
+explicitly, but some users seem to care.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla:
+#258381)
+    
+Suppress message about an old-style fstab if the fstab file is empty.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #468176)
+    
+Fix (really minor) bug in debugfs's find_free_block so it avoids
+reporting a free block more than once if there are too few free blocks
+in the filesystem.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1096315)
+    
+Change e2fsck to no longer clear the LARGE_FILES feature flag
+automatically, when there are no more > 2GB files in the filesystem.
+It's been almost a decade since there have been kernels that don't
+support this flag, and e2fsck clears it quietly without telling the
+user why the filesystem has been changed.
+    
+Fix bug which could cause libblkid to seg fault if a device mapper
+volume disappears while it is being probed.  (Addresses RedHat
+Bugzilla: #433857)
+    
+Inhance e2fsck's reporting of unsupported filesystem feature flags.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Feature Request: #1175808)
+    
+Fix option syntax in dumpe2fs for explicit superblock and blocksize
+parameters.  What was currently documented in the man page has been
+broken for some time, due to getopt() implementation changes.  The
+option sytax has been changed to one which is can be more portable
+supported and which is consistent with the format for extended options
+in mke2fs and tune2fs.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1830994)
+    
+Add support to tune2fs to clear the resize_inode feature.  This
+requires an fsck afterwards.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla: #167816)
+
+Teach blkid to detect LVM2 physical volumes.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bugzilla: #409321)
+
+Add support for setting RAID stride and stripe-width via mke2fs and
+tune2fs.  Teach dumpe2fs to print the RAID parameters.
+
+Add support for setting new superblock fields to debugfs's
+set_super_value.
+
+Add support for printing "mostly-printable" extended attributes in
+Debugfs.
+
+Add support for the -M option to fsck, which causes it to ignore
+mounted filesystem.
+
+Fix uuidd so that it creates the pid file with the correct pid number.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1893244)
+
+Fix various gcc -Wall warnings.
+
+Update Czech, Dutch, Polish, Sweedish, and Vietnamese translations
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.  
+(Addresses Sourceforge Patch: #1399325)
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #466929)
+
+Add new flag EXT2_FLAG_NONFREE_ON_ERROR ext2fs_open2() which returns a
+partially filled-in filesystem object on an error, so that e2fsck can
+print more intelligent error messages.
+    
+Add a new function e2p_edit_feature2() which allows the caller to
+specify which feature flags are OK to set or clear, and which returns
+more specific information about feature flags which are not allowed to
+be set/cleared.
+    
+Set the C locale in the test_script driver since it uses [A-Za-z].
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1890526)
+
+Use fcntl locking instead of lockf in libuuid since Cygwin doesn't
+support lockf().
+
+Change configure.in to avoid using the 'dc' command unless it is
+absolutely needed. (i.e., when using parsing a WIP-style version
+number)  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1893024)
+
+Add portability checks to support compilation under DJGPP.
+
+Update to the latest samba tdb code before the LGPLv3 change, which
+fixes a realloc() leak on failure.
+
+Fix memory leak in ext2fs_alloc_block().
+
+Fix makefile dependency issues for various install targets.
+(Addresses-Sourceforge-Patches: #1903484, #1903466, #1903456)
+    
+Improve descriptions for the r_move_itable and r_resize_inode tests.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.6 (February 9, 2008)
+===================================
+
+Add support for returning labels for UDF filesystems in the blkid
+library.
+
+Fix bug in the blkid library where cached filesystems was not being
+flushed when opening USB devices returned the error ENOMEDIUM.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #463787)
+
+Added logic to the blkid library to automatically choose whether a
+filesystem should be mounted as ext4 or ext4dev, as appropriate.
+
+Allow tune2fs to set and clear the test_fs flag on ext4 filesystems.
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck which caused it to core dump if e2fsprogs had been
+configured with --enable-jbd-debug.
+
+Document the BLKID_FILE environment variable in the libblkid man page
+
+Programmer's Notes:
+-------------------
+
+Update e2fsprogs translation template and Vietnamese and Czech translations
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #436058)
+
+Don't try to create $DESTDIR/etc/init.d as part of make install as we
+don't install the init.d script (and it's not the recommended way to
+start uuidd anyway).  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1885085)
+
+Use thread local storage to fix a theoretical race condition if two
+threads try to format an unknown error code at the same time in the
+com_err library.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.5 (January 27, 2008)
+===================================
+
+Fix a potential overflow big in e2image if the device name is too
+long.
+
+Mke2fs will now create new filesystems with 256 byte inodes and the
+ext_attr feature flag by default.  This allows for much better future
+compatibity with ext4 and speeds up extended attributes even on ext3
+filesystems.
+
+Teach e2fsck to ignore certain "safe" filesystem features which are
+set automatically by the kernel.  Having the kernel set features
+automagically behind the user's back is a bad idea, and we should try
+to break the kernel of this habit, especially for the newer ext4
+feature flags.  But for now, we will try to avoid needless full checks
+which can annoy users who are doing fresh installs.
+
+Add support in tune2fs and mke2fs for making a filesystem as being "ok
+to be used with test kernel code".  This will be needed for using test
+filesystems with the latest ext4 kernel code.
+
+Change e2fsck -fD so that it sorts non-htree directories by inode
+numbers instead of by name, since that optimizes performances much
+more significantly.  (Addresses-Sourceforge-Feature-Request: #532439)
+
+If e2image fills the disk, fix it so it exits right away instead of
+spewing large numbers of error messages.
+(Addresses-Sourceforge-Feature-Request: #606508)
+
+If ftruncate64() is not available for resize2fs, let it use ftrucate()
+instead, but have it check to see if the size would get truncated, and
+skip calling ftruncate in that case.
+
+Add support for detecting HFS+ filesystems in the blkid library.
+
+Add supprt in the blkid library for ext4/ext4dev filesystems.
+
+Fix a bug in blkid where it could die on a floating point exception
+when presented with a corrupt reiserfs image.
+
+Fix blkid's handling of ntfs UUID's so that leading zeros are printed
+such that UUID string is a fixed length.
+
+Add sample python bindings for the uuid library to the contrib
+directory.  (Addresses-Sourceforge-Patches: #778817)
+
+Fix debugfs's 'lsdel' command so it uses ext2fs_block_iterate2 so it
+will work with large files.  (Addresses Sourceforge Feature Request:
+#1257500 and Sourceforge Support Request: #1253511)
+    
+Allow the debugfs 'undel' command to undelete an inode without linking
+it to a specific destination directory, since this might require
+allocating blocks that could overwrite some yet-to-be-recovered
+deleted files.  (Addresses-Sourceforge-Feature-Request: #967141)
+
+Update Swedish translations from the Translation Project.
+
+Programmer's Notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix configure handling of --sbindir (which should rarely be used, but
+someone did complain, so let's fix it).  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#498381)
+
+Updated e2fsprogs.spec file to include a new uuidd package
+
+Use pkg-config to determine where to find the devmapper library so we
+can find out where it is located on different distributions.
+
+Fix Makefile race so that "make -j3 distclean" works correctly
+
+Fix portability problems on non-Linux/non-Hurd/non-Masix systems,
+especially on MacOS X systems.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bugs: #1861633,
+#1819034, #1863819)
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #459403, #459475, #459614)
+
+Remove the --enable-dynamic-static configure option, and build e2fsck
+dynamically by default.  If the user wants e2fsck.static, he/she will
+need to build it via "make -C e2fsck e2fsck.static"
+
+Fix various build warnings due to missing prototypes.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Patch: #1861663, #1861659)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.4 (December 31, 2007)
+====================================
+
+Improve time-based UUID generation.  A new daemon uuidd, is started
+automatically by libuuid if necessary.  This daemon is setuid to allow
+updates to /var/lib/libuuid, so the clock sequence number can be
+stored and so if the clock is set backwards, it can be detected.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1529672, Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla:
+#233471)
+
+Filter out the NEEDS_RECOVERY feature flag when writing out the backup
+superblocks.  This avoids e2fsck from concluding that a full
+filesystem check is required before backing up the superblock due to
+changes in the feature flags.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #454926)
+
+Fix fsck to only treat the '#' character as a comment at the beginning
+of the line in /etc/fstab.  Otherwise fstabs for the fuse filesystem
+will cause fsck to issue an bogus warning message.
+(Addresses Gentoo bug: #195405, Addresses Sourceforge bug: #1826147)
+
+Format control characters and characters with the high eighth bit set
+when printing the contents of the blkid cache, to prevent filesystems
+with garbage labels from sending escape sequences to the user's screen
+that might, for example place it in graphics mode.  (Addresses Ubuntu
+Bug: #78087)
+
+Fix sign-extension problem on 64-bit systems in in the com_err
+library.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1809658)
+
+Avoid division by zero error when probing an invalid FAT filesystem in
+the blkid library.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1831627)
+
+Update Dutch, Polish, and Vietnamese translations from the Translation
+Project.  Remove the Rwandan translation upon advice of the
+Translation Project.
+
+Programmer's Notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix the libss "make check" regression test so that it works if the
+current directory is not in the user's path or if the libss shared
+library is not installed.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1848974)
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses Debian Bugs: #444883, #441872)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #437720, #451172, #458017)
+
+Fix build failure on non-Linux/non-Hurd/non-Masix systems.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1859778)
+
+Fix Hurd portability issues.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #437720)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.3 (December 5, 2007)
+===================================
+
+Fix a potential security vulnerability where an untrusted filesystem
+can be corrupted in such a way that a program using libext2fs will
+allocate a buffer which is far too small.  This can lead to either a
+crash or potentially a heap-based buffer overflow crash.  No known
+exploits exist, but main concern is where an untrusted user who
+possesses privileged access in a guest Xen environment could corrupt a
+filesystem which is then accessed by the pygrub program, running as
+root in the dom0 host environment, thus allowing the untrusted user to
+gain privileged access in the host OS.  Thanks to the McAfee AVERT
+Research group for reporting this issue.  (Addresses CVE-2007-5497.)
+
+Fix hueristics in blkid which could cause a disk without partitions to
+be incorrectly skipped when a loopback device is present.  (Addresses
+Red Hat Bugzilla #400321.)
+
+Fix e2image so that in raw mode it does not create an image file which
+is one byte too large.
+
+Change mke2fs's usage message so it recommends the preferred -E option
+instead of the deprecated -R option.
+
+Enhance the blkid library so it will recognize squashfs filesystems.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla #305151.)
+
+Enhance e2fsck so it will force the backup superblocks to be backed up
+if the filesystem is consistent and key constants have been changed
+(i.e., by an on-line resize) or by e2fsck in the course of its
+operations.
+
+Enhance blkid's detection of FAT filesystems; so that USB disks with
+only a single bootable partition will not get missed.
+
+E2fsck will no longer mark a filesystem as invalid if it has time
+errors (i.e., if superblock mount time or last write time is in the
+future) and the user refuses to fix the problem.
+
+The Ubuntu init scripts don't properly set the system time correctly
+from hardware clock if the hardware clock is configured to tick local
+time instead of GMT time.  Work around this as best as we can by
+providing an option, buggy_init_scripts, in /etc/e2fsck.conf which can
+be set on Ubuntu systems.  (Addresses Debian Bug #441093, and Ubuntu
+Bug #131201.)
+
+Fix fsck to ignore /etc/fstab entries for bind mounts.  (Addresses Red
+Hat Bugzilla #151533.)
+
+Fix e2fsck so that if the superblock is corrupt, but still looks
+vaguely like an ext2/3/4 superblock, that it automatically tries to
+fall back to the backup superblock, instead of failing with a hard
+error.
+
+Make the e2fsprogs program more robust so that they will not crash
+when opening a corrupt filesystem where s_inode_size is zero.
+
+Change e2fsck so it uses sscanf() instead of atoi() so it non-numeric
+arguments are detected as such and the parse error is reported to the
+user.   (Addresses Debian Bug #435381.)
+
+Change e2fsck so it will not complain if a file has blocks reallocated
+up to the next multiple of a system's page size.
+
+Fix bug in ext2fs_check_desc() which will cause e2fsck to complain
+about (valid) filesystems where the inode table extends to the last
+block of the block group.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla #214765.)
+
+Fix a bug in ext2fs_initialize() which causes mke2fs to fail while
+allocating inode tables for some relatively rare odd disk sizes.
+(Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla #241767.)
+
+Add Catalan translation and update Dutch and Swedish translations
+from the Translation Project.
+
+Fix big-endian byte-swapping bug in ext2fs_swap_inode_full().  We
+still had an issue when trying to figure out whether we need to
+byte-swap fast symlinks that contained extended attributes.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses SourceForge Bug #1821333.)
+
+
+Programmer's Notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix mke2fs tests to avoid needing any significant ^M (CR) characters
+
+Add "make check" to the RPM spec file
+
+Fix "make install" and 'make unstall" in misc/Makefile.in so that it
+works correctly when the prefix is not the root directory.
+
+Fix the resize2fs tests, r_move_itable and r_resize_inode, so they
+clena up after themselves by deleting the test.img temporary file
+after completing the test.
+
+Fixed a corner case bug ext2fs_unlink() when trying to delete the
+first directory entry in a directory block and the last directory
+entry in the previous directory block is not in use.  Fortunately
+ext2fs_unlink() is only used by debugfs and e2fsck, and in e2fsck in
+places where it is extremely unlikely to run into this corner case.
+
+Fix missing dependency which would cuase parallel builds to fail.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug #1842331.)
+
+Fix a build error on newer gcc caused by lib/ext2fs/ismounted.c
+calling open(O_CREATE) with a missing mode parameter.
+
+Fix the test_ss.c in lib/ss so it can be used as an example
+application program for the library as well as a regression test
+suite.
+
+Fix ext2fs_dblist_dir_iterate() so that error codes and abort codes
+are properly passed back up through the call stack.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.2 (July 12, 2007)
+================================
+
+A recent change to e2fsck_add_dir_info() to use tdb files to check
+filesystems with a very large number of filesystems had a typo which
+caused us to resize the wrong data structure.  This would cause a
+array overrun leading to malloc pointer corruptions and segfaults.
+Since we normally can very accurately predict how big the the dirinfo
+array needs to be, this bug only got triggered on very badly corrupted
+filesystems.
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck which caused it to incorrectly salvange
+directories when the last entry's rec_len is bogusly too big.  This
+resulted in a nonsense filesystem corruption to be reported, and
+required a second run of e2fsck to fully fix up the directory.
+
+Update tune2fs man page to include more discussion of reserved blocks
+(Addresses Launchpad bug #47817)
+
+Update Turkish, Polish, Dutch, and Vietnamese PO files from the
+Translation Project
+    
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40.1 (July 7, 2007)
+===============================
+
+Fix bug which could cause libblkid to loop forever.  When revalidating
+a partition where there is obsolete information in /etc/blkid.tab, we
+end up freeing a the type tag without clearing dev->bid_type, causing
+blkid_verify() to loop forever.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #432052)
+    
+The Turkish translation has a bug in it where it has the translation
+of "E@e '%Dn' in %p (%i)" to "E@E".  This causes @E to be expanded at
+@E, recursively, forever, until the stack fills up and e2fsck core
+dumps.  We fix this by making e2fsck stop @-expansions after a
+recursive depth of 10, which is far more than we need.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1646081)
+    
+Compile the default mke2fs.conf into mke2fs program.  People are
+getting surprised by mke2fs creating filesystems with different
+defaults than earlier versions of mke2fs if mke2fs.conf is not
+present.  So we now create a built in version of mke2fs.conf file
+which is used by mke2fs if the /etc/mke2fs.conf is not present.
+(Addresses SourceforgeBug: #1745818)
+
+Improve the config/parse_types.sh helper script.  Fix a potential
+security problem if e2fsprogs is built as root (as Gentoo does!).  In
+addition fix the script and how it is called from the configure script
+so that it does the right thing when cross-compiling.  (Fixes Gentoo
+bug: #146903)
+    
+Update Vietnamese, French, and Dutch PO files from the Translation
+Project.  Also created a new e2fsprogs.pot file for translator.
+    
+Fix bogus strip permission errors when building under Debian.  When
+building the e2fsprogs dpkg's, the dh_strip command emits a large
+number of error messages caused by the permissions not being right.
+So run dh_fixperms before running dh_strip.
+
+Programmer's Notes:
+-------------------
+
+Add new function: profile_set_default().  This function sets the value
+of the pseudo file "<default>".  If the file "<default>" had
+previously been passed to profile_init(), then def_string parameter
+will be parsed and used as the profile information for the "<default>"
+file.
+    
+Fix mk_cmds's error reporting so that it is unambiguous that it is the
+mk_cmds script which is generating the error.  (Obviates Gentoo patch:
+e2fsprogs-1.32-mk_cmds-cosmetic.patch)
+    
+Fix the test suite to use LC_ALL instead of LANG.  LC_ALL is the "high
+priority" environment variable that overrides all others, where as
+LANG is the lowest priorty environment variable.  If LC_ALL is set, it
+doesn't matter whether LANG, LANGUAGE, LC_COLLATE, LC_MESSAGES, and
+the all the rest are set.  This will assure that the locale when
+running the test suites is the "C" locale.  (Obviates Gentoo patch:
+e2fsprogs-1.38-tests-locale.patch)
+    
+
+E2fsprogs 1.40 (June 29, 2007)
+==============================
+
+Fix divide by zero error in blkid's NTFS probing logic.
+
+Add new blkid -g option which causes the blkid cache to be garbage
+collected.
+
+Fix a bug in libblkid which could cause the internal field bid_type to
+become corrupted.  Fortunately bid_type isn't used much, and bid_label
+and bid_uuid is only used by debugging code, so the impact of this bug
+was very minor.
+
+Mke2fs will now store the RAID stride value when a filesystem is
+created with a requested RAID stride, and then use it automatically in
+resize2fs.
+
+Mke2fs has a sanity check added to make sure (inode_size * num_inodes)
+isn't too big.  In some cases Lustre users have tried specifying an
+inode size of 4096 bytes, while keeping an inode ratio of one inode
+per 4096 bytes.  
+
+Improve sanity check in e2fsck's algorithm for finding a backup
+superblock, so that it won't accidentally find a superblock that was
+located in the journal, and then later reject it as being not a valid
+backup superblock.
+
+Fix e2fsck get_size logic so that it will work with the Linux floppy
+driver.  The Linux floppy driver is a bit different from the other
+block device drivers, in that if the device has been opened with
+O_EXCL, it disallows another open(), even if the second open() does
+not have the O_EXCL flag.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #410569)
+
+Fix error checking of badblock's last-block and start-block arguments.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #416477)
+
+Fix e2fsck so that it doesn't overwrite the backup superblocks when
+recovering a journal until the master superblock has been confirmed as
+being sane.
+
+Change the blkid library to be much more paranoid about concluding
+that a partition contains an NTFS filesystem, and fetch the UUID and
+LABEL information from NTFS filesystems.  (Addresses Launchpad Bug:
+#110138)
+
+Factor out the code which sets the default journal size and move it
+into libext2fs.
+
+Enhance e2fsck so it will recreate the ext3 journal if the original
+journal inode was cleared to due it being corrupt after finishing the
+filesystem check.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that it updates the journal inode if it is corrupted and
+the backup journal information from the superblock was successfully
+used to recover the filesystem.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that it checks all of the blocks in the journal inode
+for validity.  The original code only checked the direct blocks to
+make sure the journal inode was sane.  Unfortunately, if some or all
+of the indirect or doubly indirect blocks were corrupted, this would
+not be caught.
+
+Add support in blkid to detect LUKS encrypted partitions.
+
+Add extra sanity checks for extended attributes in the case where the
+size is zero but the offset is very large.
+
+Fix byte-swapping issues for large inodes in ext2fs_read_inode_full()
+and ext2fs_get_next_inode_full().
+
+Clarify the copyright licenses used by the various libraries in
+the top-level COPYING  file (Red Hat Bugzilla: 166058)
+
+Make mke2fs's defaults when /etc/mke2fs.conf doesn't exist more sane.
+
+Fix mke2fs and debugfs to support large (> 16 bit) uid's and gid's.
+
+Remove check in e2fsck which requires EA's in inodes to be sorted;
+they don't need to be sorted, and e2fsck was previously wrongly
+clearing unsorted EA's stored in the inode structure.
+
+Allow mke2fs or tune2fs to create a substantially larger journal (up
+to 10,240,000 blocks).
+
+Fix MD superblock detection, and make sure the correct UUID is
+reported from the MD superblock.
+
+Fix a signed vs. unsigned bug in debugfs.
+
+Enhance debugfs's date parser so that it accepts integer values.
+
+Fix e2fsck's pass1c accounting so it doesn't terminate too early if a
+file with multiply claimed blocks is hard linked. or not at all if the
+root directory contains shared blocks
+
+Enhance debugfs so it can modify the block group descriptors using the
+command set_block_group_descriptor.
+
+Improve e2fsck's reporting of I/O errors so it's clearer what it was
+trying to do when an error happens
+
+Fix a bug in in how e2fsprogs byte swaps inodes containing fast
+symlinks that have extended attributes.  (Addresses Red Hat Bugzilla:
+#232663 and LTC Bugzilla: #27634)
+
+Fix potential file descriptor leak in ext2fs_get_device_size() in an
+error case.
+
+Add libreadline.so.5 support to libss.
+
+Impove badblocks -n/-w exclusive usage message.
+
+Fix dump_unused segfault in debugfs when a filesystem is not open
+
+Fix memory leak in blkid library.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #413661)
+
+Allow the debugfs lcd command to work w/o a filesystem being open.
+(Addresses LTC Bugzilla #27513)
+
+Fix e2fsck to clear i_size for special devices with a bogus i_blocks
+field on the first pass.
+
+Fix e2fsck to set the file type of the '..' entry when connecting
+a directory to lost+found.  (Addresses Lustre Bug: #11645)
+
+Enhance e2fsck to recover directories whose modes field were corrupted
+to look like special files.  This is probably only useful in
+artificial test cases, but it will be useful if we ever do the "inodes
+in directory" idea for ext4.
+
+Allow debugfs to dump (and rdump) > 2GB files.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#412614)
+
+Fix resize2fs parsing of size parameter (in sector units).  This was
+actually a bug in libe2p's parse_num_blocks() function.  When handling
+the 's' suffix, it was ignoring the blocksize information passed in
+from the caller and always interpreting the number in terms of a 1k
+blocksize.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #408298)
+
+There was a floating point precision error which could cause e2fsck to
+loop forever on really big filesystems with a large inode count.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #411838)
+
+Fix memory leak in ext2fs_write_new_inode()
+
+Add support for using a scratch files directory to reduce e2fsck's
+memory utilization on really big filesystems.  This uses the TDB
+library.  See the [scratch_files] section of the e2fsck.conf man page
+for more details.
+
+Fixed type-punning bug which caused dumpe2fs to crash on the Arm
+platform (Addresses Debian Bug: #397044)
+
+Add explanatory message to badblocks that -n and -w are mutually exclusive
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #371869)
+
+Allow debugfs and dumpe2fs to support fs features under development.
+
+Add support for the new flag EXT2_FLAG_SOFTSUPP_FEATURES flag to
+ext2fs_open() , which allows application to open filesystes with features
+which are currently only partially supported by e2fsprogs.
+
+Allow unix_io to support offsets greater than 2G (Addresses
+SourceForge Bug: #1547922)
+
+Fixed overflow and signed/unsigned problems caused by the number of
+blocks or inodes exceeding 2**31 or being close to 2**32-1.
+
+Add support for unsigned directory hash calculations with hints in the
+superblock to fix cross-architectural portability for htree
+directories with filenames where the high 8th bit is set.  (Addresses
+Debian: #389772)
+
+Fix resize2fs so that it gives user-intelligible error messages if the
+filesystem or the kernel does not support on-line resizing.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #380548)
+
+Require mke2fs -F -F for really dangerous operations, since -F is
+needed for less dangerous operations such as creating filesystems
+images in regular files, or creating filesystems on whole block
+devices.  These relatively innocuous usages should NOT be confused
+with running mke2fs on an apparently-mounted or in-use filesystem.
+
+Allow the default inode size to be specified into the mke2fs.conf
+file.
+
+Make the smallest default journal size is big enough so that on-line
+resizing should always work.
+
+Fix silly spelling error in e2fsck.  (Addresses SourceForge bug:
+#1531372)
+
+Fix debugfs coredump when lsdel is run without an open filesystem
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #378335)
+
+Fix debugfs display bug us that bytes that have the high bit set are
+displayed as "ec" instead of "ffffffec".
+
+Add support in lsattr so it will display the EXT4_EXTENTS_FL flag.
+
+Device mapper scanning wasn't working in the blkid library because the
+pathnames had an extra "/dev" when they were being probed.
+
+Add GFS/GFS2 support to the blkid library.
+
+Fix blkid support of empty FAT filesystem labels.
+
+Avoid recursing forever (or for a long time) when the blkid library
+searches for a device and there are symlinks to directories in /dev.
+
+Avoid unaligned halfword access in blkid when accessing FAT
+superblocks, as this will cause Sparc/Solaris systems to throw a
+SIGBUS error.
+
+The latest devmapper libraries requires pthreads, add -lpthreads to
+the static link libraries for e2fsck.static if devmapper is enabled.
+(Addresses Debian bug: #388718)
+
+Improve the (non-installed, for experts only) findsuper program by
+printing the uuid and label from the superblocks, as well as the
+starting and ending offsets of the filesystem given the information in
+the superblock.  Omit by default printing superblocks that are likely
+found in located in an ext3 journal unless an explicit -j option is
+given.
+
+Updated Spanish, French and Dutch translations and added Catalan
+translation.  (Addresses Debian bug: #411562)
+
+Use FreeBSD's DIOCGMEDIASIZE and DIOCGDINFO ioctls if available when
+determining a partition's size, since binary searching to determine
+the device doesn't work on FreeBSD.
+
+Documentation about UUID's is available in enough places, and it's
+awkward to deal with debian-legal's insanities.  So I'm caving in the
+"more-lunatic-than-RMS" wing of Debian by removing RFC-4122 so we
+don't have do the dfsg tarball.  Also remove the rule that only tried
+to install RFC-4122 on Ubuntu, since Ubuntu seems to want to fetch
+e2fsprogs exclusively from Debian.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #407107)
+
+Fix the info-dir line so that the menu name does not contain a .info
+prefix.  First of all, it's ugly, secondly, it causes the install-info
+command to fail to remove the com_err info file from the
+/usr/share/info/dir file when the comerr-dev package is removed and
+purged.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #401711)
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #369761, #373004, #379695)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs #389554, #390664, #413208, #419605,
+#408352, #415560, #399155)
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+E2fsck now supports the %It expansion when printing a problem report.
+It will print the type of the inode in the problem context.
+
+Fix misc/Makefile.in so that it builds even if e2fsck hasn't been built yet
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1565561)
+
+Remove unused variables and other lint/gcc -Wall cleanups
+
+Add check to ext2fs_get_device_size() so it will return EFBIG for for
+filesystems contained in regular files where the filesystem image size
+is returned by stat64().
+
+Set local environment variables to C so mk_cmds and compile_et always
+work.  (Addresses SourceForge Bug: #1532177)
+
+Added the 64-bit byte swapping function ext2fs_swab64().
+
+Added two new helper functions to prevent 2**31/2**32-1 overflow
+problems: ext2fs_div_ceil() and e2p_percent().
+
+Create new ext2fs library inline functions ext2fs_group_first_block()
+and ext2fs_group_last_block() in order to calculate the starting and
+ending blocks in a block group.
+
+Create the generated files read-only to remind developers not to edit them.
+
+Add support for autoconf 2.60 (with backwards compatibility for older
+versions of autoconf).
+
+Added an "make rpm" target to top-level Makefile
+
+Added various FreeBSD portability fixes.
+
+Exclude mercurial files from the RPM build tree to speed up copy/build.
+
+Use root_sysconfdir to define the locations of mke2fs.conf and
+e2fsck.conf instead of using a hard-coded /etc pathname.
+
+Prevent e2fsck.h and ext2_ext_attr.h from getting included multiple times.
+
+Fixed "make clean" in blkid's Makefile.in file from removing tst_*.c files.
+
+If diff -u is supported, use it to report test failures.
+
+Updates/improvements to RPM spec file
+
+Add on-disk format definitions for the following new features:
+EXT4_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_HUGE_FILE, EXT4_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_GDT_CSUM,
+EXT4_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_DIR_NLINK, EXT4_FEATURE_INCOMPAT_64BIT,
+EXT4_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_EXTRA_ISIZE
+
+Add a new make target "checked-failed" in the tests directory which
+reruns any failed tests
+
+Update draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.txt with rfc4122.txt
+
+Fix miscellaneous bugs reported by Coverity: Dead code, potential nul
+pointer dereferences, memory leaks, etc.  None were security-criticial
+problems.
+
+Fix up usage and decrement error messages in the test_icount program
+
+Add debugging code to the com_err library; if the environment variable
+COMERR_DEBUG is set to 1, print out debugging messages as error tables
+are added and removed from the com_err library.  If the
+COMERR_DEBUG_FILE environment variable is set (and the process is not
+setuid) the debugging messages may be redirected to a file.
+
+Change all of the e2fsprogs programs to use the newer add_error_table()
+and remove_error_table() interfaces instead of the much older
+initialize_*_error_table() function.
+
+Add TDB support into the ext2fs library.  This allows us to have a
+guaranteed library we can count on always being present so we can
+store data in an on-disk database.
+
+Add support for using TDB to store the icount data, so we don't run out
+of memory when checking really large filesystems.
+
+Change the regression test suite so that it skips empty test directories.
+
+Define the l_i_iversion field in ext2_inode.  The l_i_version field is
+now defined from the old l_i_reserved1 field in the ext2 inode.  This
+field will be used to store high 32 bits of the 64-bit inode version
+number.
+
+Add Makefile production rule for e2fsprogs.spec in case it gets
+deleted.
+
+Add new function profile_get_uint() to allow for a clean way to fetch
+unsigned integers from the context.
+
+Add test to make sure the ext2 superblock structure is 1024 bytes.
+
+Fix typo in name of f_dup4 regression test
+
+Add new function blkid_gc_cache() which performs a garbage collection
+pass on the /etc/blkid.tab file.
+
+The ext2fs_open() function now sets EXT2_FLAG_MASTER_SB_ONLY.  In
+general, only e2fsck (after the filesystem is clean), tune2fs, and
+resize2fs should change the backup superblocks by default.  Most
+callers of ext2fs_open() should not be touching any superblock fields
+which require the backups to be touched.
+
+Add new function to libext2fs, ext2fs_default_journal_size(), which
+returns the default journal size.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.39 (May 29, 2006) 
+=============================
+
+Fix 32-bit cleanliness in e2fsprogs so that we can support filesystems
+between 2**31 and 2**32 blocks.
+
+Change mke2fs to use /etc/mke2fs.conf as a configuration file to
+configure the filesystem features, blocksize, and inode_ratio for
+different filesystem types.
+
+Mke2fs will now create filesystems hash trees and on-line resizing
+enabled by default, based on the new /etc/mke2fs.conf file.
+
+The e2fsprogs tools (resize2fs, e2fsck, mke2fs) will open the
+filesystem device node in exclusive mode to prevent accidents by
+system administrators.  In the case of resize2fs and mke2fs, it will
+only use exclusive mode if the filesystem is not mounted.
+
+Fixed a bug in mke2fs which caused it to to fail when creating the
+resize inode for large filesystems.  (Addresses Debian Bug #346580)
+
+When allocating space for the RAID filesystems with the stride
+parameter, mke2fs will now place each portion of the group's inode
+table right up after the superblock (if present) in order to minimize
+fragmentation of the freespace.
+
+Speed up mke2fs and e2fsck by writing inode and block bitmaps more
+efficiently by writing the inode and block bitmaps in one pass, thus
+reducing the number of disk seeks required.
+
+Add support for on-line resizing to resize2fs.
+
+Fix blkid library so that logic to determine whether or not a device's
+cached information in /etc/blkid.tab needs to be verified or not
+doesn't get confused by a system clock which is insane (for example,
+if the battery is dead on a Macintosh running PPC Linux.  (Addresses
+Red Hat Bug: #182188)
+
+The blkid library will now store the UUID of the external journal used
+by ext3 filesystems, so that in the future, the userspace mount binary
+can use this to find the location of the external journal and pass
+this information to the kernel.
+
+E2fsck will now consult a configuration file, /etc/e2fsck.conf to
+control how various options should be handled.  See the e2fsck.conf
+man page for more details.   (Addresses Debian Bug: #150295)
+
+E2fsck now prints an explanatory message when delaying a filesystem
+check when the system is running on battery.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#350306)
+
+E2fsck will detect if the superblock's last mount field or last write
+field is in the future, and offer to fix if so.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#327580) These problems will be fixed automatically in preen mode
+since Debian's boot sequence bogusly doesn't set the time correctly
+until potentially very late in the bootup process, and this can cause
+false positives which will cause users' systems to fail to boot.
+(Addresses Debian Bugs #343662 and #343645)
+
+E2fsck now checks to see if the superblock hint for the location of
+the external journal is incorrect, and if so, offer to update it.
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #355644)
+
+Fix e2fsck from segfaulting on disconnected inodes that contain one or
+more extended attributes.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #316736, #318463)
+
+E2fsck will stop and print a warning if the user tries running a
+read/write badblocks test on a read-only mounted root filesystem.
+
+Fix a memory leak in e2fsck's error paths.  (Thanks to Michael
+C. Thompson for pointing these out; they were originally found using
+Coverity.)
+
+When resizing a file containing a filesystem, resize2fs will expand or
+truncate a file as necessary.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #271607)
+
+Resize2fs will now automatically determine the RAID stride parameter that
+had been used to create the filesystem, and use that for newly created
+block groups.   The RAID stride parameter may also be manually specified
+on the command line using the new -S option to resize2fs.
+
+Fix mke2fs so that it correctly creates external journals on
+big-endian machines (such as a S/390).  
+
+Fix a bug in the e2p library which could cause dumpe2fs to (rarely)
+fail to print out the journal or hash seed UUID.  (Thanks to Guillaume
+Chambraud for pointing this out.)
+
+Dumpe2fs will now print the size of the journal (if present).
+
+Fix debugfs's set_inode_field command so it can properly set the frag,
+fsize, uid_high, gid_high, and author fields in the inode instead of
+silently failing, and so that setting the i_size actually sets i_size
+correctly.
+
+Add a new debugfs command, set_current_time, which sets fs->now so
+that regression test suites can repeatedly modify the filesystem's
+last_write fields.
+
+Fix a bug in debugfs's icheck which would incorrectly report the owner
+of an extended attribute block.
+
+Fix the debugfs commands htree_dump, dx_hash, and list_dir so they print a
+print a usage message when an illegal option character is given.
+
+Fix debugfs's dump_unsued command on filesystems with a 64k blocksize
+so it won't core dump.  (Addresses SourceForge bug #1424311)
+
+Fix mklost+found so that it creates a full-sized directory on
+filesystems with larger block sizes.
+
+Fix a file descriptor leak in blkid library.
+
+Fix a display bug in "badblocks -sv" so that the done message properly
+clears the block number at the end of the test.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#322231)
+
+Allow fractional percentages to the -m option in mke2fs and tune2fs
+(Addresses Debian Bug: #80205)
+
+Use fstat/fstat64 in getsize.c if the the target is a regular file,
+instead of attempting to do a binary search.  Fix some fd leaks in
+error cases.
+
+Add support for device mapper library to the blkid library to ensure
+that the "best" (i.e., leaf) device is probed by the blkid library.
+
+Fix the blkid library so that it notices when an ext2 filesystem is
+upgraded to ext3.
+
+Improve the blkid's library VFAT/FAT detection; it now understands
+labels stored in the root directory, and is more paranoid about
+checking the FAT superblock values.
+
+Fixed a fd leak in the uuid library which was causing problems for the
+LVM tools.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #345832)
+
+Add support for the reiser4 and software suspend partitions to the
+blkid library.  Also add support for extract the label from iso9660
+filesystems.
+
+Fix a compile_et bug which miscount the number of error messages if
+continuations are used in the .et file.
+
+Add extra sanity checks to protect users from unusual cirucmstances
+where /etc/mtab may not be sane, by checking to see if the device is
+reported busy (works on Linux 2.6) kernels.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#319002)
+
+Updated French, Dutch, Polish, and Swedish translations.  (Addresses Debian
+Bug: #343149, #341911, #300871, #316604, #316782, #330789)
+
+Fix use-after-free bug in e2fsck when finishing up the use of the
+e2fsck context structure.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages and
+documentation.  (Addresses Debian Bugs: #329859, #322188, #316811,
+#312515, #351268, #357951, #347295, #316040, #368392, #368393, #368394,
+#368179)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs #317862, #320389, #290429, #310950,
+#310428, #330737, #330736, #329074, #356293, #360046, #366017, #364516,
+#362544, #362970)
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Update config.guess and config.sub to latest version (2006-02-23) from
+FSF.
+
+Fix asm_types.h type conflicts on AMD 64 platforms.  (Addresses Debian
+Bugs: #360661, #360317)
+
+Fixed the Makefile so that they work correctly on newer versions of
+GNU make (i.e., 3.81).
+
+Add valgrind support to the regression test suites, and eliminate
+false positives from valgrind.
+
+Add a regression test suite for the blkid library.
+
+Fix a fencepost error in resize2fs caught by valgrind.  
+
+Fix compiler warnings about missing memcpy prototypes.
+
+We no longer have the sparc assembly code in the header file any more,
+so we shouldn't set _EXT2_HAVE_HAS_BITOPS_ for the sparc.  This would
+break compiles on the sparc architectures when using gcc.
+
+In the libext2fs library, add the new field fs->now which if non-zero
+is used instead of the system time when setting various filesystem
+fields (last modified time, last write time, etc.)
+
+Fix gcc 4.01 complaints by adding a missing #include <string.h> to
+ext2fs.h which is needed since the inline functions use memcpy().
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug #1251062)
+
+Use BUILD_CFLAGS and BUILD_LDFLAGS instead of CFLAGS and LDFLAGS in
+the build system when building files in the util directory which are
+needed during the build process.  This avoids potential problems when
+cross-compiling and some of the options specified in CFLAGS or LDFLAGS
+are not recognized as valid by the host compiler.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug #1261547)
+
+Clean up the blkid library by making the superblock and generic i/o
+functions to be more generic.  Clean up interface to the probe
+function, and fix memory leak.  Finallly, remove an unneeded reference
+to probe.h in the lib/blkid/resolve.c
+
+Add an ext2fs_read_bb_FILE regression test to confirm proper detection
+of invalid block #'s.
+
+The x86 asm constraints for ext2fs_{set/clear}_bit have been fixed to
+indicate that the the function read/writes the memory location.
+
+Fix various gcc -Wall complaints.
+
+Add a dependency to make sure that the subdirectories are created
+before creating all of the object files, in order to address parallel
+build problem in the library Makefiles.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#1261553)
+
+Add $(LDFLAGS) to the command line argument when generating an ELF or
+Solaris shared library, to allow cross-compile and other builds that
+might need to specify -L paths to needed libraries.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge Bug #1261549)
+
+Add a new feature, EXT2_FEATURE_COMPAT_LAZY_BG, which is initially
+intended for testing purposes.  It allows an ext2/ext3 developer to
+create very large filesystems using sparse files where most of the
+block groups are not initialized and so do not require much disk
+space.  Eventually it could be used as a way of speeding up mke2fs and
+e2fsck for large filesystem, but that would be best done by adding an
+RO_COMPAT extension to the filesystem to allow the inode table to be
+lazily initialized on a per-block basis, instead of being entirely
+initialized or entirely unused on a per-blockgroup basis.
+
+Fix backwards compatibility so e2fsprogs will better compile on Linux
+2.0.35 systems.
+
+Make test scripts more robust against locale-related environment variables
+
+Fix type warning problem with sizeof() in ext2fs_open2().
+
+Fix type warning problem with time_t in debugfs.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.38 (June 30, 2005)
+==============================
+
+Fix blkid's test programs (built with "make check") compile correctly
+even without "configure --enable-blkid-debug".
+
+Fix ia64 core dump bug caused by e2fsprogs running afoul of C99 strict
+type aliasing rules on newer gcc compilers.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bugzilla ##161183.)
+
+Fix com_err library to make it more compatible with recent changes
+made to the com_err library in MIT Kerberos V5 version 1.4.
+(Addresses Sourcefroge Bug #1150146)
+
+General cleanup of messages printed by e2fsprogs programs for grammar,
+consistency, and to make life easier for translators.  Fixed a few
+strings containing English that had not been marked as needing
+translations.  Removed strings that do not need to be translated, to
+make life easier for translators.
+
+Mke2fs and badblocks will take advantage of a feature in Linux 2.6 to
+test to see if a device appears to be in use instead of just relying
+on /proc/mounts and /etc/mtab.  (Addresses Debian Bug #308594).
+
+Fix portability problem in the filefrag program affecting platforms
+where the size of an integer is smaller than the size of a long.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #309655)
+
+Mke2fs will now use a larger journal by default for filesystems
+greater than 4GB.  (128 MB instead of 32MB).
+
+Mke2fs will refuse to create filesystems greater than 2**31-1 blocks,
+unless forced.  This is to avoid signed vs. unsigned kernel bugs in
+block numbers that still need to be fixed.
+
+The blkid program has a new option which will more efficiently search
+for device when it is known (or expected) that only one matching
+device will be found in the system, such as when doing a lookup by
+UUID.
+
+Debian's e2fsprogs-specific initrd fragment will avoid including
+unnecessary libraries into the initrd ramdisk by unsetting LD_PRELOAD
+and LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and filtering out libraries found in
+/etc/ld.so.preload.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #304003)
+
+Fixed a potential portability issue in the blkid programs for
+architectures where the char type is unsigned.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+Bug: #1180585)
+
+Fix a bug in filefrag so that it doesn't falsely count an extra
+discontinuity when the first block found is an indirect block.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #307607).
+
+Fix blkid's recognition of cramfs filesystems, and enhance it to be
+able to handle cramfs labels.
+
+Fix debugfs's stat command to not core dump when a filesystem is not
+open.
+
+Fix e2fsck's handling of error conditions caused by the resize inode
+claiming blocks that are also used by other inodes, a filesystem
+corruption which was commonly caused by a bug in Fedora Core 3's
+resize2fs program.
+
+Fixed bug in filefrag which caused it to fail on non-ext2/3
+filesystems.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #303509)
+
+If the superblock last mount time indicates that the system clock may
+not be accurate, then e2fsck will omit checking inodes' deletion time
+field for indications of a potential corrupted orphaned inode list.
+(Previously e2fsck only ommited these LOW_DTIME checks when the
+superblock's last write time looked insane.)
+
+Fixed a IA64 core dump bug in the e2p library which affected dumpe2fs.
+(Addresses Debian bug #302200)
+
+Make the blkid library more paranoid about being run from setgid
+programs, and to use __secure_getenv() from libc if it is available.
+
+Fixed spelling mistakes, typos, and otherwise clarified man pages.
+(Addresses Debian Bugs: #304591, #304592, #304594, #304597, #304593
+and Sourceforge Bug: #1189803)
+
+Updated and fixed translations.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Ext2fs_set_bit(), ext2fs_clear_bit(), and ext2fs_test_bit( have been
+changed to take an unsigned int for the bit number.  Negative bit
+numbers were never allowed (and didn't make any sense), so this should
+be a safe change.  This is needed to allow safe use of block numbers
+greater than or equal to 2**31.
+
+The compile_et program will avoid recreating generated foo_err.c and
+foo_err.h files if no changes are necessary.  The compile_et program
+will also atomically replace these files to avoid a potential parallel
+build race problem on SMP systems.  (Addresses Sourceforge Bug:
+#1157933)
+
+Added a new function to the blkid library, blkid_probe_all_new(),
+which only probes newly added disk devices, and change
+blkid_find_dev_with_tag() to use this function so that when a
+requested tag is not found, devices that were previously not checked
+are searched before searching all devices in the system.
+
+Added new functions to the blkid library, blkid_dev_set_search() and
+blkid_dev_has_tag().
+
+E2fsck's problem strings can now use @m and @n as abbrevations for
+"multiply-claimed" and "invalid", respectively.
+
+The e2fsprog.pot file now has an explanation of how the @-expansion
+and %-expansion works, and strings in e2fsck/problem.c which contain @
+characters now have comments in e2fsprogs.pot with the @-expansion to
+make life easier for translators.
+
+Fixed missing return values in the ext2fs library which could cause it
+to return random garbage in certain error conditions.
+
+Allow the current time to be overriden via the E2FSCK_TIME environment
+variable for use in regression tests.
+
+The test scrpit driver program now exits with a non-zero status if
+there any of its test that it ran failed.
+
+Fixed problems with parabuilds on SMP systems.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+Bug: #1157933)
+
+Fixed "make check" so that it compiles correctly even when e2fsprogs'
+header files have not be installed in the system include directories.
+(Addresses Sourceforge Bug: #1180572)
+
+Fixed gcc -Wall nits.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.37 (March 21, 2005)
+===============================
+
+Add support for checking the validity of Extended Attributes stored in
+inodes to e2fsck.
+
+Add support for dumping the contents of large inodes to debugfs,
+including the extended attributes stored in inodes.
+
+Fix mke2fs, e2fsck, debugfs, and the ext2fs_mkdir function so that
+when we create a new inode we make sure that the extra information in
+the inode (any extra fields in a large inode and any ea-in-inode
+information) is initialized correctly.  This can take place when
+mke2fs creates the root and lost+found directory, when e2fsck creates
+a new root inode or a new lost+found directory, and when the user uses
+the debugfs write, mknod, or mkdir commands.  Otherwise, the newly
+create inode could inherit garbage (or old EA information) from a
+previously deleted inode.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck so it would notice if a file with an extended
+attribute block was exactly 2**32 blocks, such that i_blocks wrapped
+to zero.
+
+Added support to filefrag to detect files which are using the new
+experimental file extents format, and use the non-ext2 algorithm in
+that case.  Fixed a bug to avoid reporting a false discontinuity if
+there is one or more unallocated blocks at the beginning of a file.
+
+Duplicated a check for noticing whether or not the number of blocks
+(given a certain blocksize) is greater than 2**32 when the
+BLKGETSIZE64 ioctl is not available to ext2fs_get_device_size().  This
+allows mke2fs to automatically use a larger blocksize when creating a
+filesystem on a very large device when run on systems that do not
+support BLKGETSIZE64.
+
+Fix the I18N build which was broken in e2fsprogs 1.36 because the
+build system had been switched to treat the .gmo files as shipped
+files (for backwards compatibility with systems that have older GNU
+I18N tools installed), but the gen_tarball.in script was still
+removing the .gmo files from the official source distribution.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues --- see debian/changelog for
+details.  (Addresses Debian Bugs ##296769, #299341)
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Added new functions to the e2p library which convert between a string
+and os_type: e2p_os2string() and e2p_string2os(), and used them to
+make the generated binaries more compact.
+
+Fixed a compile-time error on Darwin systems.
+
+Cleaned up the lib/ext2fs Makefile slightly.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.36 (February 4, 2005)
+=================================
+
+All of the patches that were applied to Fedore Core 3's
+e2fsprogs-1.35-11.2 have been integrated, although sometimes with a
+lot of bug fixes first.  Users of Fedora Core 3 are strongly
+encouraged to upgrade to e2fsprogs 1.36 as soon as possible.
+
+Add support for filesystem with the online resizing via resize inode
+feature.  Fixed numerous bugs from the Fedora patches.  The Fedora
+patches also didn't bother to do any consistency checking on the
+resize inode, or add any tests to the regression test suite.  The "-R
+resize=4g" option to mke2fs was a no-op in the Fedora patches, despite
+being listed in mke2fs's usage message.  All of these shortcomings
+have been corrected.
+
+E2fsck can also also fix filesystems trashed by Fedora's resize2fs
+program.  In order to do this, the user must run the commands:
+
+	debugfs -w /dev/hdXXX -R "features ^resize_inode"
+        e2fsck -f /dev/hdXXX
+
+Optionally, the ext2prepare command can be used to re-enable online
+resizing after the filesystem has been fixed.
+
+The fsck program will now accept an optional filedescriptor argument
+to the -C option.  (The Fedora version of this patch would sometimes
+cause fsck to ignore a parameter on fsck's command line in some rare
+cases, sigh.)
+
+Make sure e2fsprogs doesn't write garbage into the reserved portion of
+large inodes.
+
+Make sure resize2fs releases the blocks belonging to the old inode
+table blocks when moving the inode table.  (Addresses Debian Bug:
+#290894)
+
+Skip the r_resize_inode test if resize2fs is not compiled (due to
+configure --disable-resizer)
+
+E2fsck now checks the summary filesystem accounting information, and
+if any of the information is obviously wrong, it will force a full
+filesystem check.  (Addresses Debian Bug #291571)
+
+Fix e2fsck to not complain when the resize_inode feature is enabled,
+s_reserved_gdt_blocks is zero, and there is no DIND block allocated in
+the resize inode.
+
+Fix e2fsck to note delete symlinks that contain an extended attribute
+after the ext_attr feature flag has been cleared.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bugzilla #146284).
+
+Add new utility program, copy_sparse.c, which is very useful
+for dealing with large sparse files (such as e2image files).
+
+Add support for jnl_blocks[] for debugfs's set_super_value.
+
+Fix filefrag so that it works correctly with sparse files.
+
+Filefrag -v will print first and last blocks.
+
+Add interpretation of OS Creator values for FreeBSD and Lites in mke2fs
+and dumpe2fs.
+
+Add mke2fs support so that it can support filesystems larger than 4TB
+automatically, by retrying with a 4k blocksize if the device size is
+too big to be expressed using a 1k blocksize.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+bug #1106631)
+
+Change blkid to test for NTFS first because Windows sometimes doesn't
+clear enough of the parition to confuse the probing routines into
+thinking the old filesystem type is still valid.  (Addresses Debian
+Bug #291990)
+
+Add support for swap partition label and uuid's in the blkid library.
+
+Add support to the blkid library to recognize Oracle ASM volumes.
+
+Make blkid -t display all devices that match the specified criteria,
+not just the first one, and work more consistently when the blkid
+cache file is not available or set to /dev/null.  (Addresses Debian
+Bug #290530 and #292425)
+
+Badblocks will now correctly display block numbers greater than
+999,999,999 in its progress display.
+
+The tune2fs program will not allow the user from setting a ridiculous
+number of reserved blocks which would cause e2fsck to assume the
+superblock was corrupt.  E2fsck's standards for what is a ridiculous
+number of reserved block has also been relaxed to 50% of the blocks in
+the filesystem.
+
+The blkid library will return vfat in preference to msdos, and ext3 in
+preference to ext2 (if the journalling flag is set) so that mount will
+do the right thing.  (Addresses Debian bug #287455)
+  
+Mke2fs will now use the -E option for extended options; the old -R
+(raid options) option is still accepted for backwards compatibility.
+Fix a double-free problem in resize2fs.  (Red Hat Bugzilla #132707)
+
+Mke2fs will now accept a size in megabytes, gigabytes, and other units
+(via "32m" or "4g" on the command line) if the user finds this more
+convenient than specifying a block count.
+
+Fix an obscure, hard-to find bug in "e2fsck -S" caused by an inode
+cache conherency problem.
+
+Debugfs now supports a new command, set_inode_field, which allows a
+user to manually set a specific inode field more conveniently, as well
+as set entries in the indirect block map.
+
+Debugfs's set_super_value command has been enhanced so that the user
+can set most superblock fields, including the date/time fields and
+some of the more newsly added superblock fields.
+
+E2fsprogs programs now accept an offset to be passed to the file
+specifiers, via the syntax: "/tmp/test.img?offset=1024".
+
+E2fsprogs programs will now accept blocksizes up to 65536; kernel
+support on the x86 doesn't exist for now, but it can be useful on
+other architectures with page sizes greater than 4k.  There are 2.6
+kernel patches out there which enable this, but they are of this
+writing still experimental.
+
+The e2image command now takes the -s option which will scramble
+directory entries for raw image files.
+
+Fix a file descriptor leak in the filefrag program.
+
+Make sure e2fsck doesn't crash when /proc/acpi/ac_adapter is not
+present.
+
+Fix bug in debugfs where kill_file would lead to errors when deleting
+devices and symlinks.  (Sourceforge Bugs #954741 and #957244)
+
+Fix bug in the blkid library when detecting the ocfs1 filesystem 
+
+Remove obsolete EVMS 1.x and a.out DLL support.
+
+E2fsck will attempt to recover from a journal containing illegal blocks.
+
+Fixed two potential ordering constraint problems in e2fsck which might
+cause the filesystem to be corrupted if e2fsck is interrupted during a
+(extremely narrow) race window.  Thanks to Junfeng Yang from the
+Stanford Metacompilation group for pointing this out.
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck where it would not accurately detect whether or
+not the system is running on adaptor if the ACPI device representing
+the AC adapter didn't correspond to the what was used on IBM
+Thinkpads.
+
+Change e2fsck to accept directories greater than 32MB.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that a checkinterval of zero disables a time-based check
+of the filesystem.
+
+Debugfs will check the DEBUGFS_PAGER enviroment variable in preference
+to the PAGER environment variable.  (Addresses Debian Bug #239547)
+
+Tune2fs will not mark rewrite the superblock if the feature bitmasks 
+are not modified.
+
+The debugfs program will set the filetype information when creating a
+link.
+
+Add debugfs -d option to use a separate source of data blocks when
+reading from an e2image file.
+
+Add e2image -I option which allows the e2image metadata to be
+installed into a filesystem.
+
+Fixed bug in the badblocks program which caused "done" to always
+appear in english even when a translation was available.  (Addresses
+Debian Bug #252836)
+
+The blkid program has a new option -o which controls the output format
+of the blkid program; this is makes blkid more convenient to use in
+shell scripts.
+
+Fix a minor bug in uuid library, which was not using the full 14 bits
+of clock sequence when generating UUID's.
+
+Fix a Y8.8888K problem in the uuid library.
+
+Logsave now creates a new session id for itself to avoid getting
+killed by init whan transitioning between init levels.
+
+Change the licensing of the UUID library to be the 3-clause BSD-style
+license; this allows Apple to use the uuid library in Darwin.
+
+Add ocfs and ocfs2 probe support into the blkid library.
+
+Fix a memory and file descriptor leak in the blkid library.
+
+The blkid library will revalidate the device if the system time is
+earlier than last verification time of the device, since that
+indicates that the system time is probably nottrustworthy.
+
+The blkid library will override the default location of the blkid.tab
+file by the BLKID_FILE environment variable, if it is available.
+
+Change the getsize functions to use the BLKGETSIZE64 ioctl on Linux 2.6.
+
+Add various portability fixes for lame new versions of glibc, Darwin
+and GNU/KFreeBSD, as well as removing XSI:ism's.  (Addresses Debian
+Bugs #239934, #264630, #269044, #255589, #289133)
+
+Add support for Windows 9x/NT under Cygwin.
+
+Updated and clarified various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bugs #236383,
+	#241940, #238741, #242995, #256669, #268148, #256760, #273679)
+
+Updated and fixed translations.   (Addresses Debian bugs #244105, #262836)
+
+Update the rpm spec files so that it works better with Fedora core 2
+and RH9.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues (see debian/changelog).  In
+particular, fixed the Debian initrd scripts.  (#241183, #248050,
+#253595, #247775)
+
+
+Programmer's notes: 
+-------------------
+
+Fixed various gcc -Wall warnings.
+
+The uuid library now has new functions uuid_unparse_upper() and
+uuid_unparse_lower() which forces the case of the hex digits to be
+upper case, or lower case.
+
+The build process has been speeded up by enhancing the subst program
+to update the modtime on the generated files even when the generated
+file hasn't changed.
+
+The uuid library now uses C99 stdint.h types instead of custom types.
+
+Updated config.guess and config.sub with newer versions from the FSF.
+
+Removed out of date .cvsignore files from the source distribution.
+
+The ext2fs_unlink() function will return an error if both the name and
+inode number are unspecified, to avoid doing something surprising
+(such as unconditionally deleting the first directory entry).
+Directory entries are now deleted by coalescing them with the previous
+directory entry if possible, to avoid directory fragmentation.  This
+is not an issue with the e2fsprogs suite, but may be a problem for
+some of the users of libext2fs, such as e2tools.
+
+Add support for version numbers of the form "1.36-rc1".
+
+Fix build of mke2fs.static.
+
+Add basic ext2fs library support for large (EA in inode) inodes.
+
+The test_io mechanism can now abort after n reads or writes to a
+particular block.  The block is specified by TEST_IO_BLOCK environment
+variable, and the read/write count by the TEST_IO_READ_ABORT and
+TEST_IO_WRITE_ABORT environment variables.  The block data is now only
+dumped if the 0x10 bit is set in TEST_IO_FLAGS.
+
+UUID_DEFINE() in the uuid library now creates a static variable, with
+__attribute__ ((unused)) if we are using GCC, so that UUID_DEFINE can
+be used in header files.
+
+Add support for the install-strip and install-shlibs-strip targets, as
+suggested by the GNU coding guielines.  "make install" no longer
+strips the binaries which are installed.
+
+Remove support for the --enable-old-bitops configure option which was
+only for very old sparc systems.
+
+Remove support for --enable-clear-htree; this was only needed during
+the early development of the htree patch.
+
+Use Linux-kernel-style makefile output so it is easier to see compiler
+warnings.
+
+Update gettext files to version 0.14.1.
+
+Update to use autoconf 2.5x.
+
+Improved support for compiling e2fsprogs under dietlibc.
+
+Make e2fsprogs portable to Solaris and FreeBSD systems.
+
+Add blkid_verify(), blkid_get_library_version(), and
+blkid_parse_version_string() functions to the blkid library.
+
+Add pkg-config files for e2fsprogs's libraries.
+
+Fix "make uninstall" to so that it removes everything that is installed.
+
+Add a configure --enable-maintainer-mode option which enables the
+makefile rules to rebuild the configure script from configure.in, and
+to reubuild the .gmo files in po directory.
+
+Drop the sparc assembly bitwise operations; it's less efficient
+than the GCC 3.4 compile code and triggers compiler warnings on
+sparc64.  Thanks to Matthias Andree for his analysis and suggestions.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #232326)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.35 (February 28, 2004) 
+==================================
+
+E2fsck has a new -k option, which in conjunction with the -c options,
+preserves the existing badblocks list.
+
+Cleaned up e2fsck's preen-mode messages during the passes 1b, 1c, and 1d.
+
+E2fsprogs will now deal correctly with symlinks that contain
+extended attribute information, which can be created using SE Linux.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #232328)
+                                                                               
+Remove a double longjump into an invalid stack frame bug in e2fsck.
+(This was during an abort sequence, which normally worked on Linux and
+caused a core dump on other operating systems.)
+
+Fix NLS bug in e2fsck, by avoiding trying to expand an empty string
+(the NLS library will replace "" with the .po header information).
+ 
+Fix a bug in mke2fs which caused -T largefile or -T largefile4 to core
+dump due to a division by zero error.  (Addresses Debian bug #207082)
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which caused it to incorrectly fix a filesystem
+when reconnecting a directory requires creating a lost+found
+directory.  (Addresses Debian bug #219640).
+
+Fixed a bug where e2fsck would bomb out if a journal needed to be
+replayed when using an alternate superblock.
+ 
+E2fsck will give an extra grace period before actually forcing a check
+if the laptop is running on battery.  The next time fsck runs while
+the system is on the AC mains, or after the grace period is exceeded,
+the filesystem will be checked.  (Addresses Debian bug #205177)
+
+E2fsck will inform the user when there are 5 or fewer mounts before a
+filesystem check will be forced.  (Addresses Debian bug #157194)
+
+Fix e2fsck's handling of corrupted indirect blocks in the bad block.
+We now correctly handle the case where there is an overlap between a
+block group descriptor or a superblock and a bad block indirect block.
+In the case where the indirect block is corrupted, we now suggest
+"e2fsck -c".
+
+Fix byte swap bugs in e2fsck that caused the journal backup location 
+in the superblock and symlinks created by SE Linux to be cleared
+by e2fsck on big-endian machines.  (Addresses Debian bug #228723)
+
+E2fsck -c now replaces the current list of bad blocks with the ones
+found by badblocks.
+
+Fix bugs in e2fsck and tune2fs which could cause a core dump if a
+non-existent LABEL or UUID specifier is to e2fsck or tune2fs.
+
+Fix a potential bug in e2fsck which could cause it to core dump when
+trying to print the location of the backup superblock.
+
+Protect against a potential core dump in e2fsck when printing a
+message about backup superblocks.
+
+Add support for backing up the journal inode location in the
+superblock.  E2fsck will automatically save the journal information in
+the superblock if it is not there already, and will use it if the
+journal inode appears to be corrupted.  ext2fs_add_journal_inode()
+will also save the backup information, so that new filesystems created
+by mke2fs and filesystems that have journals added via tune2fs will
+also have journal location written to the superblock as well.
+Debugfs's logdump command has been enhanced so that it can use the
+journal information in the superblock.
+
+E2fsck will now update all superblocks when moving the journal inode.
+  
+Shrink the size of the e2fsck executable by moving some initialized
+variables to the BSS segment.
+
+E2fsck will avoid printing the ^A and ^B characters which bracket the
+progress bar when stdout and stdin are a tty device instead of a pipe
+to another program.  (Addresses Debian bug #204137)
+
+Debugfs's mkdir command will automatically expand the directory if
+necessary.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #217892)
+ 
+Fixed a bug in debugfs so that copying a file from /dev/null uses the
+correct mode bits.  (Addresses Debian Bug: #217456)
+ 
+If the environment variables DEBUFS_PAGER and PAGER are not set,
+debugfs now searches for the appropriate pager to use, beginning with
+/usr/bin/pager, and then falling back to 'more' and 'less'.
+(Addresses Debian bug #221977)
+
+Debugfs will now support 2.6 device numbers where the major or minor
+number may be larger than 255.  (Addresses Sourceforge bug #865289)
+ 
+Fix debugging printf in resize2fs.  (Addresses Debian Bug #271605)
+
+Chattr now stops processing options when it sees '--'.  (Addresses
+Debian bug #225188)
+
+Fix regression tests so they work correctly when e2fsprogs is compiled
+with configure --disable-htree.
+
+Fix bug in uuid library when there is no network card and the library
+is generating a time-based uuid.  The random MAC address was not
+correctly generated to be a multicast address.
+ 
+Add compile_et extensions from Heimdall that were missed the first time
+around.
+
+Fix bug in badblocks when using O_DIRECT; we need to make sure that
+we're reading from an offset which is page aligned.  For read-only and
+read-write tests, we try to recover after an error so that we can
+continue reading on page-aligned boundaries.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#203713)
+  
+Badblocks now checks 64 blocks at a time instead of 16.  (Addresses
+Debian bug #232240)
+ 
+Updated and clarified various man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#206845, #222606, #214920, #232406)
+
+Updated and fixed translations.   (Addresses Debian bugs #200086, #214633)
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues (see debian/changelog).
+
+Programmer's notes: 
+-------------------
+
+Fixed a build problem so that e2fsprogs would compile with the
+--enable-profile option to configure selected.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+bug #811408)
+ 
+Fixed C++ problems with the ext2fs.h header.  (Addresses Red Hat
+Bugzilla Bug #112448)
+                                                                               
+Centralize code which calculates the location of the superblock
+and block group descriptors so that it is in a single library routine.
+
+Added two new functions, ext2fs_file_open2() and
+ext2fs_inode_io_intern2() which take a pointer to an inode structure.
+
+Fix compile_et to output the correct prototype for
+initialize_xxx_err_table_r() in the header file.  (Addresses Debian
+bug #204332)
+
+In the lib/et makefile, make sure com_err.info is deleted on "make clean".
+  
+Fix 64-bit warnings in e2fsprogs pass1b by using inttypes.h if
+present.  This is for when we try stuffing an int into void * pointer.
+
+Fix type-punning which can cause gcc 3.x to miscompile code by getting
+confused about pointer aliasing.  ext2fs_getmem(), ext2fs_free_mem(),
+and ext2fs_resize_mem() all now take a 'void *' instead of a 'void
+**'.  The EVMS code uses an ugly union approach since we don't want to
+modify the EVMS interfaces. 
+
+Make sure all Makefiles use $(MAKE) rather than hardcoded "make", to
+aid build process on systems can use invoke GNU make as "gmake".
+
+Added regression testing for mke2fs.
+
+Fixed gcc -Wall nitpicks.
+
+Fixed various compiler warnings.
+
+Add portability fixes for FreeBSD and for using fsctl under Darwin to
+support ext2 ioctl's.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.34 (July 25, 2003)
+===============================
+
+Fixed a bug introduced in E2fsprogs 1.30 which caused fsck to spin in
+a tight loop while waiting for a child fsck to exit in some cases.
+This burns CPU times which slows down the low-level filesystem check.
+
+Added code to mke2fs to assure that the default block size for a
+filesystem is at least as big as the sector size of the device, if it
+can be determined.
+
+Changed mke2fs and resize2fs to round the default size of a filesystem
+to be an even multiple of the VM pagesize in order to avoid a Linux
+kernel bug introduced when the storage of the buffer cache was moved
+into the page cache.
+
+Mke2fs will warn the user when creating a filesystem with journaling
+and a blocksize greater than 4096.  (Addresses Debian bug #193773)
+
+Fixed a bug in resize2fs which caused it to fail on filesystems with a
+non-empty bad block list.  Resize2fs now discards any blocks on the
+badblock list which are no longer part of the filesystem as the result
+of a filesystem shrink.  (Note: this means that shrinking and then
+enlarging a filesystem is no longer a reversible operation;
+information about bad blocks in the part of the filesystem which is to
+be chopped off will be lost.)
+
+Changed resize2fs so the user can use prefixes to specify the units of
+the new filesystem size (sectors, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes),
+and to make the error and informational messages explicitly display
+the blocksize used by the filesystem, in order to avoid confusion.
+(Addresses Debian bug: #189814)
+
+Added a new debugfs command, dump_unused, which dumps the contents of
+all unused blocks to stdout.  (Useful as an emergency try-to-find
+deleted data command.)
+
+Added a new debugfs command, imap, which prints the location of a
+specified inode in the inode table.
+
+Fixed a bug in the badblocks program which caused it to use one bit of
+randomness in its non-destructive read/write test, instead of using a
+full 8 bits of randomness.
+
+Added a new option (-t) to badblocks, which allows the user to control
+the test pattern(s) used when checking a disk.
+
+The blkid probe function now more correctly detects UDF filesystems.
+
+Fixed a bug in the blkid library which caused it to not update its
+cache if a filesystem changes from having a label to not having a
+label.
+
+Fixed a bug in the blkid library wihch could avoid an infinite loop
+in blkid_find_dev_with_tag() if /proc is not mounted and there the
+/etc/blkid.tab file has not yet been created.
+
+Fixed the badblocks program so that the destructive read/write test
+honors the -c option, and to use O_DIRECT when possible to avoid
+thrashing the system block buffer cache.
+
+Fixed various NLS issues.
+ - Added Czech and Swedish translations
+ - Removed testing NYC translation
+ - Fixed NLS support for message abbrevations in e2fsck
+ - Remove de-utf.po, since we shouldn't have two versions using different
+	charset encodings.
+ - Used ngettext() (abbreivated with the macro P_(str1, str2, n)) to 
+	simplify the statistics reporting in e2fsck.
+
+Changed configure.in so that its defaults for *BSD systems no longer
+build an fsck wrapper, and not to install in /usr/local by default.
+
+Fixed some minor spelling errors/typo's in e2fsck and the configure
+script.
+
+Fixed various Debian packaging issues (see debian/changelog). 
+
+Updated and clarified man pages.  (Addresses Debian Bug #195616)
+
+Programmer's notes: 
+-------------------
+
+Fix gcc -Wall nitpicks.
+
+Updated gettext implementation used by e2fsprogs to 0.11.5, and enable
+NLS support by default.  (Added partial workaround for gettext/Darwin
+incompatibility problems.)
+
+Added full MIT KRB5 and Himdall compaibility support to the com_err
+library and the compile_et program.  (Addresses Debian bug #191900)
+
+Added the blkid_known_fstype() function to the blkid library, which
+returns true if it is passed a filesystem type which is recognized by
+the blkid probing functions.
+
+Improved the documentation for the blkid library.
+
+Added the ext2fs_get_device_sectsize() function the the ext2fs library, which
+returns the hardware sector size of a device, if it is available.
+
+Added a dependency in the blkid library's .so file to the uuid
+library, since the former uses the latter.  (Addresses Debian bug
+#194094)
+
+Added --with-diet-libc and --disable-evms to the configure script.
+
+Fixed a minor memory leak in the badblocks program.
+
+Fixed a portability problem in tune2fs --- not all systems have strptime().
+
+Fixed a portability problem in debugfs with the use of getopt() more
+than once.  Old-style BSD, new-style BSD, and Linux C libraries all do
+things differently.
+
+Add support Windows support to ext2fs_get_device_size().
+
+Added (normally disabled) debugging code to the Unix I/O manager which
+causes it to disable all userspace caching if the NO_IO_CACHE is
+defined.
+
+Changed the test I/O manager so it can always be linked into e2fsck,
+mke2fs, and tune2fs if enabled via --enable-test-io-debug to the
+configure script.  The test I/O manager will only print any debugging
+information if the TEST_IO_FLAGS or TEST_IO_BLOCK environment
+variables are set, which specifies which I/O operations are logged and
+a block number to watch, respectively.  The log messages are sent to
+stderr by default, unless a filename is specified via the
+TEST_IO_LOGFILE environment variable.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.33 (April 21, 2003)
+===============================
+
+Added a new utility program, logsave, which captures the output of a
+command in a log file, even if the containing directory hasn't been
+mounted yet (in which case the it saves the output in memory until it
+can write out the logfile).  This is useful for capturing the
+output of fsck during the boot sequence.
+
+Fixed some portability problems that were causing problems under
+the Cygwin32 environment.
+
+Mke2fs now interprets a negative number to the -b option as a minimum
+block size.
+
+Fixed a bug in mke2fs which was incorrectly checking the argument to
+the -g option if the default block size was used.  (Addresses Debian
+bug #188319)
+
+Fsck now explicitly ignores tmpfs and devpts, and it will complain if
+it can not find filesystem checkers for jfs, reseirfs, and xfs.
+
+E2fsck now updates the global free block and inode counters from the
+block group specific counters quietly.  This is needed for an
+experimental patch which eliminates locking the entire filesystem when
+allocating blocks or inodes; if the filesystem is not unmounted
+cleanly, the global counts may not be accurate.
+
+Imported bug fixes to the EVMS plugin from the EVMS 2.0 tree.  (EVMS
+2.0 is not yet supported; this only pulled in the bug fixes: fixed
+possible hangs caused by bugs in calling waitpid, and not setting the
+pipe to non-blocking mode; also fixed a file descriptor leak; made
+sure all functions call log entry/exit functions.)
+
+Badblocks now flushes its output file as bad blocks are discovered.
+
+The uuid library is now more paranoid about assuming the correctness
+of the /dev/random device; it mixes in a stream of bytes from
+random/srandom, just in case.
+
+Update Debian files to reflect the fact that I am now the Debian
+maintainer of e2fsprogs.  Other various Debian-specific packaging
+cleanups.
+
+Move the source tarball generation functions from the top-level
+makefile to the util/gen-tarball script.  
+
+Updated the Turkish .po translation file.
+
+Added Heimdal and MIT krb5 extensions to the com_err library to make
+it more compatible with com_err libraries from those distributions.
+
+Changed dumpe2fs to always display the superblock fields relating to
+the journalling and/or directory indexing feature even if those
+features are not enabled.
+
+Updated and clarify copyright statement vis-a-vis alpha releases of
+e2fsprogs.
+
+The ss library will now try to dynamically link to the readline
+library and use it if it is present in the system.  This means that
+the debugfs program now has line editing and history features.  The
+SS_READLINE_PATH environment variable is used to find a readline or
+readline-compatible library.
+
+E2fsck now finds most duplicate filenames (all when rebuilding all
+directories via the -D option) and offers to delete or rename
+duplicate filenames/directory entries.  (Addresses Debian Bug #176814).
+
+Fix bug in e2image.  When writing out a raw image file, include data
+blocks from symlinks that do not store the symlink within the inode.
+
+Fix bug in resize2fs which incorrectly moved the block and inode
+bitmaps for sparse superblock filesystems and incorrectly marked
+blocks as in use.  (Addresses Debian bug #174766)
+ 
+Added a new shared library, the blkid library, which efficiently
+allows fsck, mke2fs, e2fsck, and tune2fs to be able to look up LABEL
+and UUID filesystem specifiers without needing to search all of the
+devices in the system.  Instead, the device is looked up in a cache
+file, and then verified to make sure the blkid cache is correct.
+
+Tune2fs and e2label will accept LABEL=xxx and UID=yyy specifiers for
+the device name, using the blkid library.  (Addresses Debian bugs
+#166048, #179671)
+
+Fsck now supports backslash escapes in /etc/fstab so that \040 can be
+used for spaces in device labels.
+
+Removed 32-bit limitations for debugfs's dump command.
+
+If the user specifies a large number of inodes, Mke2fs will
+automatically adjust the number of blocks per group to find a valid
+set of filesystem parameters.
+
+Add workaround to detect broken MD devices where when some of the
+underlying devices are marked read-only, writes to the MD device are
+silently dropped.  E2fsck will detect if there is an attempt to run
+the journal twice, and abort with an error if this is the case.
+(Addresses IBM Bugzilla bug #1226)
+
+E2fsck will print an error if more than one of the -p/-a, -n or -y
+options are specified.
+
+E2fsck will fix HTREE corruptions in preen mode, without stopping the
+boot process.  This is needed because the 2.4 ext2 filesystem
+accidentally had the INDEX_FL backwards compatibility code removed.
+
+Mke2fs no longer creates filesystems with the dir_index flag set by
+default; the user has to specifically request it.
+
+Update and clarified various man pages. (Addresses Debian bugs
+#173612, #175233, #175113, and #170497, #185945, #188318)
+
+Created man page for the mk_cmds program (from the libss library).
+
+Programmer's notes: 
+-------------------
+
+Fix various gcc -Wall nits.
+
+Fixed a lot of portability problems that caused e2fsprogs not to build
+successfully under Solaris and Apple/Darwin.
+
+Fixed a Makefile dependency to allow building e2fsprogs using parallel
+make jobs.
+
+Changes to create a subset distribution which consists only of the
+et, ss, uuid, and blkid libraries.  The configure script and top-level
+makefile were changed to support working with a subset distribution.
+
+Removed EXT2_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_BTREE_DIR mention of since it's not
+actually used, and might people who are looking for
+EXT2_FEATURE_COMPAT_DIR_INDEX, which is in use.
+
+Updated debian files to fix a number of Lintian warnings.
+
+Updated config.guess and config.sub with newer versions from the FSF.
+
+Removed unnecessary libraries from being linked into the fsck, lsattr, 
+chattr, and blkid executables.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.32 (Nomvember 9, 2002)
+==================================
+
+Fixed a bug in the Unix I/O routines which caused needless writebacks
+of clean blocks from the unix_io cache (they were erroneously marked
+as being dirty, so they were getting written back to disk before
+getting evicted from the disk cache).  This was harmless, but it
+significantly slowed down e2fsck.
+
+Made some other minor optimizations to the Unix I/O routines to save a
+small amount of CPU time.
+
+Updated internationalization files.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.31 (Nomvember 8, 2002)
+==================================
+
+Update EVMS ext2fsim plugin with EVMS 1.2.  (We still support
+compiling the fsim plugin with EVMS 1.0 and 1.1.)  Add better error
+handling for child process that die unexpectly.  Add a hack to force
+mkfs to create filesystems that won't cause problems with hardware
+that has 2k or 4k minimum blocksize requirements.  Read from child
+processes in non-blocking mode, so that the GUI continues to update.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that it returns the appropriate exit code when the root
+filesystem has been changed, so that system's rc scripts will be told that 
+the system needs to be rebooted.
+
+Fix a bug in ext2fs_flush/ext2fs_close; when the MASTER_SB_ONLY flag
+was set, some of the descriptor blocks that should have been written
+out were getting skipped.
+
+Changed e2fsck to force out changes to the backup copies of the
+superblock and block group descriptors when important changes are made
+to those data structures.
+
+Fix a bug where e2fsck could erroneously mark a filesystem as being
+clean if a check of dirty filesystem is interrupted with a ^C.  (Bug
+introduced in e2fsprogs 1.28.)
+
+If journal debuging is enabled using --enable-jbd-debug, the debugging
+level is now set via the E2FSCK_JBD_DEBUG environment variable.
+
+If byteswapping support is disabled using configure --disable-swapfs,
+skip the tests which depend on byte-swapping, so that "make check"
+won't bomb out.
+
+Lshattr will now display the indexed directory flag.  Also, some of
+the more esoteric compression flags are supressed unless compression
+support has been enabled.
+
+Update man pages.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.30 (October 31, 2002)
+=================================
+
+When resizing a filesystem, and inodes need to moved, resize2fs will
+update the inode's ctime field, and the mtime field of the containing
+directories, so that incremental backups using dump/restore will work
+correctly.
+
+In order to avoid spurious errors, e2fsck wil check the last
+superblock write time to determine whether or not it can safely use
+the LOW_DTIME checks to determine if there are inodes on the orphan
+inode linked list that had somehow gotten disconnected.  (Addresses
+Sourceforge bug #620980)
+
+Partition in /proc/partitions that being with the string "lvm" are
+considered real partitions even if they do not end with a number.
+
+Fixed a bug in the the uuid generation function, where if /dev/urandom
+is not present, but /dev/random is, and there isn't sufficient
+entropy, the get_random_byte function could spin a loop forever.
+
+E2fsck, mke2fs, etc. will now reliably notice when image files are
+mounted using the loopback interface.  (Addresses Sourceforge bug
+#619119)
+
+When flushing buffers (as is done by badblocks, for example) check to
+see if the BLKFLSBUF ioctl succeeds, and if so, avoid using the
+FDFLUSH ioctl which causes the MD device driver which causes confusing
+syslog messages about obselete ioctl messages.  (Addresses Sourceforge
+bug #545832).
+
+Debugfs's write command now checks to see if the destination filename
+exists before creating it.  (Addresses Sourceforge bug #478195.)
+
+When installing man pages, search for compressed man pages using all
+commonly used compression extensions (i.e., .Z, .gz, .bz2, etc.)
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck where multiple filesystems specified on the
+command were not being checked in parallel due to a logic bug
+introduced to support the FSCK_MAX_INST environment variable.
+
+We have added a new superblock field, s_mkfs_time, which indicates
+when a filesystem was created.  It is set via mke2fs, and printed out
+by dumpe2fs, but is not actually touched by the kernel.
+
+Dumpe2fs has been made more robust by not aborting if there is an
+error reading the block/inode bitmaps; instead it will still print out
+the location of the block/inode bitmaps and inode table.
+
+Add support for the an alternative block group descriptor layout which
+allows for on-line resizing without needing to prepare the filesystem
+in advance.  (This is the incomat feature flag meta_bg.)
+
+Add support for storing default mount options in the superblock, so
+that the filesystem can be mounted with specific mount options without
+needing to specify them on the mount command line or in the /etc/fstab
+file.
+
+Add support for a new inode flag, which is to be used for indicating
+the top of directory hierarchies for the Orlov block allocator.
+
+Fix e2fsck so that if it creates the lost+found directory, it does so
+with the more apporpriate permissions of 0700.  Also change
+mklost+found so that it also creates the directory 0700.
+
+Fixed format bug in e2fsck if NLS is in use.
+  
+Add a German translation for e2fsprogs's NLS support.
+
+Fixed e2fsck so that it more handles BAD_BLOCK_IN_INODE_TABLE even at
+the beginning of the inode table.  This won't matter much, since if
+there is a bad block at the beginning of the inode table, the root
+directory won't be available.  But at least e2fsck won't crash in this
+case.
+
+Fixed endian problems in the htree code for e2fsck and debugfs.
+  
+When byte-swapping a filesystem on a PPC architecture, byte-swap the
+bitmaps since the historical big-endian ext2 variant had byte-swapped
+bitmaps, and the ext2fs library assumes this.  This fixes the
+regression test suite on PPC machines.
+
+Fix e2image so that it handles a bad block in the inode table
+appropriately.
+
+E2fsck now uses a more sophisticated algorithm to salvage corrupted
+directories that recovers more information in the corrupted directory
+block.
+
+E2fsck now performs additional consistency checks on indexed (HTREE)
+directories.
+
+Fix bug where efsck might get confused about whether a completely
+empty directory block is an empty leaf block or an interior htree
+node.  This could cause e2fsck to get confused into think that a valid
+indexed directory was corrupted.
+
+E2fsck no longer creates an empty directory entry at the end of a
+directory block when optimizing a directory.  This would cause some
+earlier versions of the dxdir kernel code to corrupt the directory
+when attempting to split a node containing an empty directory entry.
+
+E2fsck could sometimes in rare circumstances leave the indexed flag
+set after a small directory was optimized by compressing it instead of
+indexing it.  (This should never happen in real life, since
+directories that small wouldn't have been indexed, but better safe
+than sorry.)
+
+E2fsck now only updates the master superblock in all cases.  This
+slightly shortens its run time.
+
+Ext2ed can deal with directory entries of length 0; previously it
+would get stuck in an infinite loop.
+
+Fsck now has support for reiserfs volumes when parsing LABEL= and UUID=
+specifiers.  (Sourceforge patch #613447)
+
+Badblocks will now work correctly on read-only devices such as
+CD-ROM's.  (Sourceforge patch #600451)
+
+Updated and clarified man pages.  (Addresses Debian bug #167108)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.29 (September 24, 2002)
+===================================
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which could corrupt a directory when optimizing
+it (via the -D option) or rebuiliding the hash tree index with a 1 in
+512 probability, due to a fence post error.
+
+Fixed a bug in the LVM support code which caused LABEL='xxx' not to
+work correctly.
+
+Mke2fs now enables the directory indexing flag by default.  (Since
+this is a compatible feature flag, it's safe to do so.)
+
+Tune2fs will support setting the directory indexing feature flag.  It
+will automatically set up the default hash algorithm and hash seed
+fields in the superblock.
+
+If the bone-headed user enters the root filesystem twice in
+/etc/fstab, the -R option which skips the root filesystem will skip
+all of them.  (Addresses Debian bug #159423).  Note!  This is not a
+precedent for dealing intelligently with any other kind of doubled
+entry in /etc/fstab!
+
+
+Programmer's notes: 
+-------------------
+
+Removed perror declaration in lib/et/internal.h.  All modern systems
+can be expected to define perror() these days.  Besides, the lib/et
+code wasn't using perror at all anyway.  :-)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.28 (August 31, 2002)
+================================
+
+Add support for the Hashed-Tree Directory Indexing to e2fsck.  Support
+for setting the htree flag is not included yet, although it can be
+manually turned on via the debugfs program.
+
+Clarified e2fsck error message which is printed when it cannot find
+sufficient contiguous block when relcating filesystem metadata.
+
+Added support for building an EVMS plugin module for ext2/3.  This
+module is substantially the same as the EVMS module shipping with EVMS
+1.1, with one or two bugfixes.  E2fsprogs can also build this plugin
+for use with EVMS 1.0 (which did not include the ext2 plugin module),
+if the configure --enable-old-evms flag is given.
+
+Fsck will search through EVMS volumes when trying to resolve
+filesystem specifications such as LABEL=xxx or UUID=xxx.
+  
+Added a new utility program, /sbin/findfs, which will return
+filesystem specifications such as LABEL=xxx or UUID=xxx, and prints
+the device name.
+
+Update and clarified various man pages. (addresses Debian Bug #145044,
+#146437, #131350, #151990, #144621, #141938)
+
+If there are no filesystems specified on fsck's command line, fsck now
+treat that as if the -As options were given.  Previously it would
+simply do nothing.  (Addresses Debian Bug #153102)
+
+Mke2fs no longer treats a failure to be able to clear the MD signature
+at the end of the filesystem as a fatal error.  (Addresses Debian Bug
+#155007)
+
+The e2p library functions (which are used by lsattr and chattr) now
+double check to make sure the file is a regular file or directory
+before attempting to use the ext2 ioctls.  Some device drivers
+unfortunately respond to the ext2 ioctl's with unknown behaviour.
+(Addresses Debian Bug #152029).
+
+The extended attribute handling has been updated to correspond with
+the latest V2 bestbits ACL code.
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck which caused it to not clear the dtime field when
+processing truncated inodes on the orphan list.  This could cause data
+loss(!) if a filesystem is rebooted before a truncate has been
+committed.
+
+E2fsck now uses red/black trees in pass1b, which removes some O(n**2)
+algorithms.  This makes e2fsck much faster in the case of severely
+corrupted filesystems where a large number of blocks are claimed by a
+large number of inodes.  (Thanks to the 2.5 IDE device driver for
+inspiring this work.)
+
+Resize2fs has been significantly sped up when shrinking and expanding
+a filesystem by a very small number of blocks (for example, when EVMS
+is converting a partition to be an EVMS legacy volume).
+
+Added a new option to e2fsck, -D, which will optimize or compress all
+of the directories in the filesystem.
+
+E2fsck now catches SIGINT and SIGTERM to make sure it will can
+properly clean up and only exit at safe points.  Fsck will pass
+SIGINT/SIGTERM to its child processes, and wait until they have all
+exited before it exits.
+
+The uuid parsing code in the uuid library now properly complains when
+an illegally formated uuid is presented to it.  (Addresses Debian bug
+#152891)
+
+Restrict use of the 2.4 setrlimit ABI f*ckup to kernels between 2.4.10
+and 2.4.17, since the workaround can cause problems when using a 2.4
+kernel with an old version of glibc built with the 2.2 headers.
+
+Fixed a bug in mke2fs where it wasn't properly clearing the initial
+superblock used by other filesystems.  (Addresses Debian bug #147256.)
+
+Added support for the synchronous directory feature written by Andrew
+Morton.
+
+The debugfs program can delete directories using the rmdir command.
+
+Add support for 8k and 16k filesystems (for systems with page sizes
+that are greater or equal to 8k or 16k, respectively).  Note that
+these filesystems can not be mounted on x86 systems, or other systems
+with only 4k page sizes, due to limitations in the current Linux VM
+code.
+
+Resize2fs requires that the filesystem state be valid and have no
+errors; otherwise, e2fsck -f must be run first.  (Previously it simply
+required that the last fsck time be greater than the last mount time.)
+
+Configure now defaults the man pages directory to /usr/share/man on
+Linux systems.
+
+E2fsck now offers to truncate inodes which contain too many blocks (so
+that i_blocks would overflow.  Also fixed handling of large sparse
+files.
+
+E2fsck now more completely checks for symlink validity, including
+requiring NULL termination and length checks.
+
+E2fsck will offer to try forcing a disk write to remap a bad block
+after finding a read error when reading a filesystem metadata block.
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs which caused the -b and -s options to crash
+debugfs, as well as breaking the testb, setb, and clearb functions.
+
+Added a bmap command to debugfs which calculates the logical to
+physical block mapping for a particular inode.
+
+Fixed a bug in code which checked to see if a device was mounted which
+sometimes (rarely) failed in the case of a plain file.
+
+Fixed a bug in resize2fs where when it reported an error, it would
+print a message erroneously indicating that the filesystem had been
+resized before it aborted.
+
+When resizing a plain file which is smaller than the requested size,
+resize2fs will attempt to extended the file so that programs like
+e2fsck will not complain that the file is too small.
+
+Resize2fs will print the actual new size of the filesystem when it is
+finished resizing.
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs where "ls -l" would report incorrectl file type
+information on big-endian systems.
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed collisions with C++ reserved words.
+
+Added portability fixes for building e2fsprogs on the HURD and AIX.
+
+Added the ext2ed program for creation of test cases.  (ext2ed has many
+limitations and bugs which make it unsuitable for production use.)
+
+The ext2fs_read_dir_block2 and ext2fs_write_dir_block now take a new
+flag, EXT2_DIRBLOCK_V2_STRUCT, which will will reverse when the
+name_len field is byte swampped on big-endian machines, since in the
+V2 structure, name_len is a char field which is doesn't need to be
+byte swapped --- except if an old-style kernel had byte-swapped the
+name_len field as part of the V1 structure.
+  
+
+E2fsprogs 1.27 (March 8, 2002)
+==============================
+
+The warning messages for mke2fs now go to standard error.
+
+Fixed to make sure "make check" runs all of the test programs with
+LD_LIBRARY_PATH set, so that we test the libraries in the build tree.
+
+The mke2fs program checks the boot sector for the BSD disk label, and
+avoids erasing it if it is there.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which caused it to core dump if the journal
+inode was missing when it was supposed to be there.
+
+E2fsck now prints ranges in pass 5 when printing deltas for the block
+and inode bitmaps.
+
+Debugfs's "ls -l" command now will print out the file type information
+in the directory entry.
+
+Create man pages and hard links for fsck.ext3 and mkfs.ext3.  If
+mke2fs is invoked as mkfs.ext3, create the filesystem with a journal.
+
+Debugfs can now examine the experimental directory indexing
+information.
+
+Fixed bug in debugfs which caused it to core dump if modify_inode is
+called without an open filesystem.
+
+The debugfs lsdel command now runs its output through a pager first.
+
+When installing manual pages, remove the compressed manual pages first.
+
+Synchronized with Debian's packaging information for e2fsprogs-1.26-1.
+
+Fix the 2.4 resource limitation workaround introduced in 1.26 which
+actually broke things on mips32, sparc32, and Alpha platforms.
+
+Updated the I18N code so that calls to setlocate(LC_CTYPE, 0) are made
+(which is required by the newer libintl libraries).
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed various gcc -Wall complaints.
+
+Fixed a few memory leaks in the e2fsck journaling code, and in the
+ismounted code checking for a swap device.
+
+Add new inode I/O abstraction interface which exports an inode as
+an I/O object.
+  
+Exported ext2_file_flush as a public interface.
+  
+In ext2_file_write, we now mark the buffer void * argument as a const, since ext2_file_write doesn't modify the buffer.
+
+Lots of small random portability fixes to make e2fsprogs build under
+AIX --- even without the 5L compatibility toolkit, and even using the
+uber-crippled AIX native C compiler.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.26 (February 3, 2002)
+=================================
+
+Dumpe2fs will keep going now if the bad block inode can't be read.
+(Previously it stopped with a fatal error.)
+
+E2fsck will now give an opportunity to run the journal even if the
+recovery flag is not set.  This is the default behaviour if e2fsck is
+using a backup superblock, since the needs_recovery flag will never be
+set in the backup superblock copies.
+
+E2fsck now automatically finds the backup superblock/group descriptors
+even when the primary superblock is completely destroyed for 2k and 4k
+filesystems.  (Previously it just guessed/assumed that we were dealing
+with a 1k filesystem in that case, and users had to manually specify
+the backup superblock number.)
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where it dereferences a null pointer when there
+is a problem opening a filesystem in preen mode.
+
+E2fsck now handles external journals correctly; previously it trashed
+the external journal device if the journal needed to be replayed.
+
+Work around ulimit incompatibility problem caused by recent 2.4
+kernels; the unix IO module will automatically try to set any resource
+limits to be infinite on startup.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where it wasn't allocating a new block or inode
+bitmap if it wasn't present and the blocksize was 2k or 4k.
+ (Addresses Debian Bug #116975)
+
+E2fsck will check and fix botched ext3 V1 to V2 superblock updates by
+clearing the new V2 fields if they do not make sense or if the ext3
+superblock is version 1 superblock.
+
+E2fsck will automatically relocate the ext3 journal from a visible
+file (i.e., /.journal) to an hidden inode if the filesystem has been
+opened read/write.  This allows the users to add a journal while the
+filesystem is mounted, but the next time the system is rebooted, the
+journal file will disappear.  This avoids problems with backups,
+stupid operators with superuser bits, etc.
+
+Fix a bug in fsck where it would not support a filesystem type of
+"auto" if the device was specified in terms of LABEL=xxx or UUID=xxx.
+
+Fsck now supports fstab entries of the form "ext3,ext2".  It will also
+automatically identify reiserfs filesystems.
+
+The number of processes spawned by fsck can now be limited using the
+FSCK_MAX_INST environment variable.
+
+Fsck now searchs the LVM proc hierarchy to find logical volumes which
+should be searched for  UUID and label information.
+
+Work around a bug in 2.4.10+ kernels by trying to unset the filesize
+limit if at all possible, when opening a block device.  (The filesize
+limit shouldn't be applied against writes to a block device.)
+
+In mke2fs and e2fsck, specifying the -c option twice will now do
+a read/write test on the disk.  Update the man pages to encourage
+using the -c option, and to discouraging running badblocks separately,
+since users tend to forget to set the blocksize when running 
+badblocks.
+
+Mke2fs now automatically clears the immutable attribute on a
+pre-existing .journal file left over from a previous failed attempt to
+add a journal to an alreadyy-mounted filesystem.
+
+Fixed mke2fs's exit codes to consistently indicate when the mke2fs
+operation failed.
+
+Mke2fs now creates the lost+found directory with permissions of 0700,
+so that files that had previously lived in protected directory are
+safe if they get dropped in lost+found and the system administrator
+doesn't deal with immediately.  (Addresses Debian #bug 118443)
+
+Mke2fs and e2fsck (and all programs that use the
+ext2fs_check_if_mounted function) will now properly identify that a
+device is mounted, even in cases where devfs has confused things with
+multiple devices names with the same identity, or if a dim-witted
+system administrator has done something stupid like creating device
+file aliases in their home directory.  Also now checks for swap devices
+by using /proc/swaps.  (Addresses Debian bug #106622)
+
+Added a new option (-T) to tune2fs which sets the time a filesystem
+was last checked.
+
+Speed up e2image when creating sparse raw image files by optimizing
+away excess lseek() system calls.
+
+Fix support of large (> 2GB) files when used as a filesystem in
+mke2fs, tune2fs, debugfs, and findsuper.
+
+Debugfs's stat and icheck commands now properly deals with large (>
+2GB) files.
+
+Debugfs's set_super_value command now prints out the list of valid
+superblock fields which can be set using the command.
+
+Debugfs's rm and kill_file command now updates the superblock free block
+and inode counts, thus keeping the filesystem consistent.
+
+Debugfs's lsdel command now takes an optional argument which allows
+the user to only see the most recently deleted files.
+
+A new command (undel) was added to debugfs which automates
+undeleting a deleted inode and linking it back to a directory.
+
+Debugfs's ls command now takes a new option, -d, which lists 
+deleted directory entries.
+
+Debugfs's testb, freeb, setb, and find_free_block commands now take an
+optional count argument.
+
+Add support for a new ext2 file attribute, EXT2_NOTAIL_FL, which will
+be used to signal that a particular inode should not be eligible for
+tail-merging --- this is needed for programs like LILO.
+
+The findsuper (an unreleased, uninstalled utility program) has been
+improved to add extra validity checks and to add a progress meter.
+(It is still an unsupported program; the officially supported way to
+recover from a trashed partition table is to use gpart; findsuper is
+for wizards only.  :-)
+
+Debugfs was fixed to compile with "configure --disable-swapfs".
+
+Cleaned up various manual pages.   (Addresses Debian bug #119624, #120171)
+
+Added new translation file for Turkish.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix general gcc -Wall complaints.
+
+E2fsprogs (mostly) works with the dietlibc.
+
+The programming texinfo file has been expanded to include description
+of additional libext2fs functions.  (Still not compeltely done, but a
+lot of the more important functions have been documented.)
+
+Added a umask structure to struct_ext2_filsys, which currently only
+modifies the behaviour of ext2fs_mkdir(), but if we add any file
+creation functions to libext2fs, we should also make sure they respect
+the umask setting.
+
+The build-rpm script was fixed to be a bit more safe.
+
+The tests' Makefile now has a way of automating test case creation 
+for e2fsck, using "make testnew".
+
+Created a new function, ext2fs_dir_iterate2 which passes more
+information to the callback function (identical to the one used by
+ext2fs_dblist_dir_iterate).  The directory iterator functions take a
+new flag, DIRENT_FLAG_INCLUDE_REMOVED, which will return deleted
+directory entries.  If the directory entry is deleted, the callback
+function will be called with the entry paraemter set to
+DIRENT_DELETED_FILE.
+  
+Added new functions, ext2fs_inode_alloc_stats and
+ext2fs_block_alloc_stats, which takes updates block/inode allocation
+statistics in the bitmaps, block group descriptors, and superblock
+when inodes or blocks are allocated or deallocated.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.25 (September 20, 2001)
+===================================
+
+This is primarily a bug-fix release; no new features were added, but
+there are a number of embarassing bug fixes and cleanups applied.
+
+Fix a bug mke2fs which causes stack garbage to be written to disk when
+zapping disk sectors.  (This bug could cause mke2fs to core dump for
+some kernels, I suspect with security enhancement patches.)
+
+Remove unneeded #include of <linux/config.h> which was breaking
+building e2fsprogs on the Hurd.  (Addresses Debian bug #112414.)
+
+Updated tune2fs man page to reflect the fact that adding or removing a
+journal doesn't require running e2fsck.
+
+Remove use of AC_REQUIRE from autoconf which had been used to prevent
+AC_CANONICAL_HOST from being called twice; unfortunately this causes
+recent autoconf to bomb out since they don't allow AC_REQUIRE to be
+used outside of autoconf macros.  Fortunately, it doesn't seem to be
+necessary any more, anyway.
+
+E2fsck will now not fall back to an alternate superblock if the user
+specifies the superblock location explicitly on the command-line.
+This allows easier recovery from a situation where the primary
+superblock and block groups are slightly corrupted, but the backup
+superblocks are completely broken.  
+
+Fix problem which caused compile_et and mk_cmds to blow up if
+e2fsprogs was in a directory with a pathname that contained spaces.
+
+We are now more paranoid about checking the entry in /etc/mtab to make
+sure the filesystem is really mounted, since some broken distributions
+(read: Slackware) don't initialize /etc/mtab before checking non-root
+filesystems.  (Slackware also doesn't check the root filesystem
+separately, and reboot if the root filesystem had changes applied to
+it, which is dangerous and broken, but there's nothing I can do about
+that.)
+
+Make UUID library C++ friendly by adding appropriate extern "C"
+declarations and using const in the function declarations.
+
+Fix up the com_err texinfo file so that it can product a valid info
+file (previously, it could only be used to generate paper
+documentation using texinfo.tex).
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.24a (September 2, 2001)
+===================================
+
+Fix brown-paper bug in mke2fs which caused it to segfault when
+printing the version string.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.24 (August 30, 2001)
+================================
+
+Revert the BLKGETSIZE64 support, since for some distributions, this
+ioctl has been used by an unofficial kernel patch to update the last
+sector on the disk, and this was causing disk corruption problems as a
+result.
+
+Mke2fs is now more careful about zapping swap space signatures and
+other filesystem/raid superblock magic values so that programs like
+mount who try to use hueristics to determine the filesystem type of a
+partition are less likely to be confused.
+
+E2fsck will no longer complain if the the mode of EXT2_RESIZE_INO is a
+regular file (since Andreas Dilger's on-line resizing tools will set
+its mode bits).
+
+Fixed some minor texinfo, man pages nits for spelling errors,
+texinfo warnings, etc.  (Addresses Debian bug #110621.)
+
+E2fsprogs program no longer print the filesystem version number
+(i.e. 0.5b), since it only confuses people and doesn't serve any real
+purpose.
+
+E2fsck will once again compile under libc5, since it will supply its
+own version of strnlen if necesssary.
+
+mke2fs and tune2fs will allow the use of UUID= or LABEL= specifiers
+when specifying the external journal device.  tune2fs will also search
+devices looking for the externla journal debice when removing.  
+
+E2fsprogs 1.23 (August 15, 2001)
+================================
+
+Add initial support for extended attributes (EA); e2fsck will
+correctly handle a filesystem with EA's and check the EA blocks for
+corruptions.
+
+E2fsck's symlink sanity checking has been cleaned up.  It now checks
+the i_size value of fast symlinks, and checks for immutable flags
+being set of symlinks, etc.
+
+E2fsck now offers to clear inodes which are special files that have a
+non-zero i_blocks or i_size field.  (The i_size field check was in the
+previous version of the code, but due to a bug it didn't offer to
+clear the inode unless i_size and i_size_high were both non-zero.)
+
+E2image can now create "raw" image files, which only contain the
+filesystem metadata placed in a spare file so that e2fsck, dumpe2fs,
+debugfs, etc., can be run directly on the raw image file.
+
+Add support for the 64-bit block device patches.
+
+Fixed bugs in creating external journals with a 1k blocksize.
+
+Add initial support for external journals (so long as the external
+journal only supports a single filesystem) in e2fsck.
+
+Remove requirement for needing to run fsck on a filesystem after
+removing a journal (either internal or external).
+
+The man pages now document how to create and manage external journals.
+
+Speed up the check of an ext3 filesystems by avoiding a needless flush
+of all of the superblock and block group descriptors.
+
+Speed up creating an internal journal using tune2fs in the case where
+the filesystem has a lot blocks already allocated.
+
+Tune2fs has been fixed to make sure that only error messages go to
+stderr, and normal message go to stdout. (Addresses Debian bug #108555)
+
+Fixed a minor bug in mke2fs; if -O none is passed to mke2fs, it will
+now not set the sparse_super feature.  (Addresses Debian bug #108165)
+
+Add support in fsck for the filesystem type "auto".
+
+Fsck -A will not try to interpret device names for filesystems which
+have a pass number is 0.  (Addresses Debian bug #106696).
+
+Fsck prints a warning message if now valid filesystems are passed to
+it.  (Addresses Debian Bug #107458.)
+
+E2fsck now gives an explicit warning if there filesystem still has
+errors at the end of the run. (Addresses Debian bug #104502)
+
+E2fsck will set the EXT2_ERROR_FS flag if the journal superblock
+reflects an error.  E2fsck will also not run the orphan list if the
+filesystem contains errors, since the orphan list might be corrupted.
+
+E2fsck now prints the number of large files when given the -v option.
+
+Fixed minor memory leaks in e2fsck.
+
+Some minor man pages updates. (Addresses Debian bug #30833, #108174)
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.22 (June 22, 2001)
+==============================
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck's handling of orphan inodes which are special
+files (i.e., block/character device files, named FIFO's, etc.).
+
+Fixed a bug accidentally introduced in e2fsprogs 1.21 which caused
+tune2fs to fail at adding a journal to a mounted filesystem.
+
+Fixed a few big-endian bugs in e2fsprogs
+	* The directory block functions were accidentally reporting
+		some directories as corrupted when they weren't.
+	* If e2fsprogs is compiled --disable-swapfs, the C language 
+		equivalents weren't being included for big-endian platforms.
+		(Fixes Debian bug #101686).
+
+Fixed a Hurd compilation problem.  (Addresses Debian bug #101361)
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Use platform independent method of defining the BLKFLSBUF and FDFLUSH
+ioctls, and allow them to be defined for non-i386 platforms.
+
+The uuid.h header file is now protected against multiple inclusions.
+
+E2fsprogs is now being developed using BitKeeper.  Changed the test
+scripts to deal with BK's stripping CR characgters from text files,
+and changed the top-level Makefile.in to avoid including BitKeeper
+files when generating the source tarball.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.21 (June 15, 2001)
+==============================
+
+Added new configure flags which allow a subset e2fsprogs to be built;
+this is most useful for boot floopies, since the resulting shared
+libraries and programs are slimmed down by removing features that
+aren't necessary for a boot floppy.  The new flags that were added
+are: --disable-swapfs, which removes support for byte swapping old
+legacy PPC/68k filesystems, --disable-debugfs, which removes support
+for debugfs from the libext2fs library, --disable-imager, which
+removes support for the e2image program, and --disable-resizer, which
+removes support for resize2fs.
+
+E2fsck now prints the number of mounts or days elapsed since the last
+check when e2fsck is forced to check an otherwise clean filesystem.
+
+Tune2fs now prints an informative message about how often a filesystem
+will be checked when adding a journal to the filesystem, to remind the
+user that he/she may want to adjust those parameters using tune2fs
+-c/-i.
+
+Worked around hurd brain-damage which causes e2fsck to sometimes
+believe a filesystem is the root filesystem based on device numbers
+(since Hurd doesn't have dev_t's, which is arguably a POSIX.1
+violation).
+
+Fixed a bug introduced in 1.20 which caused e2fsck to abort with an
+erroneous error with the -F option was specified.
+
+Fixed a ext3 recovery bug in the revoke handling; synchronized with
+ext3 0.7a.
+
+Fixed two bugs in e2fsck's handling of dup block handling, dealing
+with relatively uncommon edge cases: a directory with an indirect
+block which is claimed by another file, and when the last inode in the
+filesystem has blocks claimed by another file.
+
+E2fsck now checks to see if the i_size field of a fast symlink is too
+big, and offers to clear the symlink if so.
+
+E2fsck now checks to see if i_size_high of special files is non-zero,
+and offers to clear i_size_high.
+
+Fix e2fsck's handling of incompatible journal flags so that the user
+has chance to abort, and then has the option to clear out the journal
+entirely.  (Addresses Debian bug #98527.)
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck which could cause it to core dump if a mix of
+standard and non-standard device names are used in /etc/fstab.
+(Debian bug #100559)
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs which caused read errors when copying a file to
+not be noticed.
+
+The debugfs set_super_value command can now modify the s_lastcheck field.
+
+Fixed a bug in lsattr and chattr which was accidentally introduced in
+1.20 to support > 2GB files; both lsattr and chattr wasn't reading
+directories correctly because the change modified the layout of struct
+dirent to be incompatible with the libe2p shared library.
+
+Cleaned up the mke2fs manual page and included a discussion about why
+it's good to periodically check the filesystem even when journaling is
+enabled.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fix general gcc -Wall complaints.
+
+The types needed by the ext2 header files are now provided by
+lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h, instead of include/asm/types.h.
+
+Integers are now preferred to longs when trying to find a 32-bit type
+in ext2_types.h.  Also, if linux/types.h has already been defined,
+don't try to redefine the types.
+
+Fixed make depend script so that it automatically corrects the
+pathname cleanups performed by make -M, so I don't have to fix them up
+by hand.
+
+Fixed the d_loaddump test case to be more robust, and not depend on
+bash'isms.
+
+Removed debugfs's dependence on pread(), which was accidentally
+intrudced in e2fsprogs 1.20
+
+Fixed a performance bug in the libext2fs's icount routine; the size
+estimate of the icount array was incorrectly being calculated.
+
+Removed use of the badblocks compatibility functions in the e2fsprogs
+programs.
+
+Added paranoia code which protects against strange cases where /etc
+isn't on the root filesystem, or if /etc/mtab doesn't exist.
+
+The header file ext2_types.h is now installed.
+
+Autoconf is used to determine when we are on big-endian machines,
+instead of doing run-time tests, to save a few bytes of code.
+
+The ext2fs_mark_generic_bitmap and ext2fs_unmark_generic_bitmap
+functions are no longer inline functions, which saves space and
+doesn't really cost any real performance.
+
+The ext2fs library no longer depends on the e2p library.  (What need
+there was of it --- namely, fsetflags, was coded in-line).
+
+Fixed the makefile so that lib/ext2fs/ext2_types.h is generated even
+when the user is stupid and tries compiling the package using "make
+install" as root.
+
+Miscellaneous code cleanups:
+	* Added missing files from Makefile.in's SRCS file, so that 
+		their dependencies would be properly calculated.
+	* Removed redundant code
+	* Fixed comments in code
+	* Removed no-longer unneeded argsused #pragma.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.20 (May 20, 2001)
+=============================
+
+Add support for replaying the ext3 journal purely in user mode,
+including handling the orphaned inode list.  Used code contributed by
+Andreas Dilger, with bug fixes and the orphaned inode handling done
+by Theodore Ts'o.
+
+The mke2fs and tune2fs programs can create or modify a filesystem to
+include an ext3 journal.  Tune2fs also can be used to remove an ext3
+journal from a filesystem.
+
+E2fsck will now check for the existence of a linked list of orphan
+inodes in the superblock, and clear those inodes before starting the
+rest of the filesystem check (but after the journal playback).
+
+E2fsck now validates the file descriptor passed to the -C option,
+which saves against the completion bar getting written to an
+unexpected location, such as the disk being checked.  (Debian
+bug/wishlist #55220)
+
+E2fsck will now bump the filesystem revision number from zero to one
+if any of the compatibility bits are set.
+
+Fixed a bug where a badly corrupted directory on a big endian system
+could cause e2fsck to die with a bus error.  The
+ext2fs_read_dir_block() and ext2fs_process_dir_block() functions in
+the ext2 library now does alignment sanity checks on the rec_len field
+of the directory entry before using it.
+
+The ext2 library has been enhanced to make tune2fs safe to run on
+mounted filesystems.  (Users could usually get away with using tune2fs
+on mounted filesystems before, but with the advent of ext3 and
+journaling, it became important to make tune2fs was *really* safe for
+use even when the filesystem being modified is mounted.)  E2label is
+now implemented by tune2fs using an argv[0] dispatch, so that e2label
+is also now safe for use on mounted filesystems.
+
+Added a new program, e2image, which creates a backup of critical ext2
+filesystem data structures.  The generated image file can be examined
+using dumpe2fs and debugfs.  In the future, e2fsck will be able to use
+the image file to help recover very badly damaged filesystems.
+
+Fixed a number of LFS bugs in e2fsck; very, very large (> 2**42) files
+no longer cause e2fsck to bomb out.  Also treat files > 2GB as being
+large file when deciding whether or not the filesystem has large files.
+
+Fixed lsattr and chattr so that they work correctly on large files.
+(Fixes Debian bug #72690.)
+
+Removed limitation in get_device_size() which imposed a one terrabyte
+filesystem limitation.  (Most 2.2 kernels still have a signed int
+problem which cause 1 TB block device limitation.  Fortunately, the
+kernel patches to fix this are much easier than fixing the 2TB
+limitation in the kernel.  :-)
+
+A max_mount_count of zero is now treated as if no mount count were
+set.  (Previously, no mount count was indicated by using -1, and a
+mount count of zero caused e2fsck to always be run.)
+
+Mke2fs supports two new filesystem types largefile and largefile4.
+
+Mke2fs now adds some randomness in s_max_mount_count so that multiple
+filesystems won't be all checked at the same time under normal
+operations.
+
+Fixed bug in the progress bar printing code which could cause e2fsck
+to core dump on an illegal filesystem.
+
+Fixed bug in fsck which could allow more than one instance of e2fsck
+to be printing a progress bar.  (Debian bug #65267)
+
+Fsck using a UUID or a LABEL specifier will work even if devfs is
+compiled into the kernel and not mounted.  If the pathnames in
+/proc/partitions are incorrect, fsck will search /dev for the correct
+device (using the new ext2fs_find_block_device library function).
+Fsck now also checks the RAID devices first so that they are properly
+found when they are in use.  Support has also been added to support
+additional IDE disks and the DAC 960 device names.  (Debian bug #94159)
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck which caused it not deal properly with 16
+byte long filesystem labels.
+
+Fsck's -t option has been made a lot more flexible.  The semantics for
+what happens if a comma-separated list to fsck has been regularized,
+and it is now possible to filter what filesystems will get checked
+based what is in the filesystem's fstab entry's option field.  (Debian
+bug #89483.)
+
+The dumpe2fs program can now print out the group description
+information in hex, and also prints the location of the superblock and
+block group descriptor for those block groups that have them.
+
+Mke2fs now clears the ext2 superblock before it starts creating a
+filesystem, so that the superblock magic number is only written if the
+filesystem creation process successfully completes.
+
+The debugfs program's stat command now pretty-prints the blocks used
+by an inode so that it's more compact and informative.
+
+The debugfs stats command now uses the same libe2p code (which is used
+by dumpe2fs) to print the superblock header information.  This is more
+complete, and it avoids a bit of code duplication.
+
+Added a new debugfs command, set_super_value (ssv) which allows the
+user to set arbitrary superblock fields.
+
+Debugfs was extended to support inode numbers in hex (by prefixing
+them with 0x), and so that modify_inode can set the inode generation
+number.  Also, there is now a new function command called logdump
+which will dump an ext3 journal.
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs so that quitting out of the pager doesn't kill
+debugfs.
+
+Debugfs's dump command now stops immediately upon reporting a disk
+read error.  (Fixed a bug in ext2fs_file_read library routine which
+caused debugfs not to stop.)  (Debian bug #79163)
+
+On systems with /proc/mounts (mainly Linux systems), /proc/mounts is
+checked before /etc/mtab is used, since /proc/mounts is more likely to
+be accurate.
+
+Added portability fixes for Solaris and Linux/ia64.
+
+Various manual pages were clarified and cleaned up.  (Fixed debian
+bugs #63442, #67446, and #87216)
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+The e2fsck message printer now supports %Iu and %Ig, which will print
+out the inode's user and group owners, respectively.
+
+E2fsprogs now includes its own version of include/linux/ext2_fs.h, so
+that no longer dependent on the system having the correct version of
+the kernel header files.
+
+Added a new function to libext2, ext2fs_find_block_device(), which
+searches the system (i.e., /dev, /devfs, /devices) for a pathname to a
+device given its device number.
+
+Added a new function to libext2, ext2fs_sync_device, which centralizes
+all of the places which might try to use the BLKFLSBUF or FDFLUSH
+ioctls (and usually failing to define them since the system header
+files don't usually do this for us, and we're trying to avoid usage of
+kernel include files now).
+
+Added new utility programs in tests/progs: random_exercise and
+hold_inode.  They aren't built by default; they're useful for
+exercising ext3 filesystem code.
+
+Added a new ext2 filesystem flag, EXT2_FLAG_SUPER_ONLY, which causes
+the filesystem close functions to only update the superblock, and to
+not touch the block group descriptors.  Needed by tune2fs when
+modifying a mounted filesystem.
+
+Got rid of struct ext2fs_sb and replaced it with the standard struct
+ext2_super_block from include/linux/ext2_fs.h.  Note: this may break
+source (but not binary) compatibility of some users of the ext2
+library.  Those applications should just simply do a global search and
+replace of struct ext2fs_sb with struct ext2_super_block, and include
+the new header file <ext2fs/ext2_fs.h> which defines it.
+
+The ino_t type has been renamed ext2_ino_t to protect applications
+that attempt to compile -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64, since this
+inexplicably changes ino_t(!?).  So we use ext2_ino_t to avoid an
+unexpected ABI change.
+
+The Makefiles have been reworked so that "make check" can be run from
+the top-level Makefile.
+
+Fix general gcc -Wall complaints and removed dead code.
+
+Remove use of NOARGS, because we assume everyone does ANSI C these
+days.
+
+Added build-rpm script from sct.
+
+New functions ext2fs_image_{inode,super,bitmap}_{read,write} added 
+to support e2image.
+
+New function ext2fs_flush_icache which must be called if the
+application program modifies the inode table blocks without going
+through ext2fs_write_inode() interface.
+
+New ext2fs_check_mount_point() function, which will return the mount
+point of a device if mounted.
+
+The io_channel abstraction now has an optional interface,
+io_channel_write_range, which allows specific byte ranges to be
+written.  
+
+The unix_io IO channel now supports write-through caching, so that
+journal creation is more efficient.
+
+Added x86 assembly language routines to support byte swapping, to
+reduce executable size.
+
+Fixed bug in the utility program subst so that it's possible to
+replace a substitution variable with a zero-length string.
+
+Fixed numbering e2fsck pass1 problem numbers; an extra zero had
+slipped into some of the problem number.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.19 (July 13, 2000)
+==============================
+
+Release the resize2fs program since the timeout before it could
+be released under the GPL has finally expired.
+
+Add experimental support needed for the ext2 compression patches.
+This requires compiling e2fsprogs with the --enable-compression flag
+to the configure script.
+
+Added ext3 journalling support.  E2fsck will run the journal (if
+necessary) by temporarily mounting the filesystem.  /sbin/fsck.ext3 is
+installed as a symlink to e2fsck.  Fsck has been taught about ext3,
+and treats it the same as ext2 in terms of the progress bar logic.
+Dumpe2fs will display the superblock journaling information if the
+filesystem has a journal.  The ext2 library will now permit opening an
+ext3 filesystem with the recovery flag set.  This is necessary for
+on-line dump's to work correctly, but there may be issues with this
+working well since ext3 is much less agressive about syncing blocks to
+the filesystem, since they're safe on the journal.
+
+Tune2fs and e2fsck have been changed to allow the mount_count check to
+be disabled by setting max_mount_count to -1.  (This was already
+supported by the kernel.)
+
+Create a symbolic link for fsck.ext3, since the e2fsprogs utilities
+are used for ext3 as well.
+
+Added internationalization support for e2fsprogs; must be enabled
+by passing --enable-nls to configure.
+
+Always use the provided ext2fs header files to insulate ourselves from
+kernel version changes.  Which include files are used by e2fsprogs
+have also been cleaned up to improve portability.
+
+Limit the number of times that e2fsck updates the progress bar so that
+people who are booting using a 9600 baud console don't get swampped by
+too many updates.
+
+Improved the loop detection algorithm in e2sck's pass #3 so that it is
+much, much faster for large filesystems with a large number of
+directories.
+
+The memory footprint for e2fsck is now slightly smaller than before.
+
+E2fsck now checks if special devices have a non-zero size, and offers
+to clear the size field if it finds such an inode.  
+
+E2fsck now checks if special devices have the append-only flag set,
+and offers to clear the inode.
+
+E2fsck now properly handles some "should never fail" cases during a
+bitmap copy in pass5.
+
+E2fsck now properly prints control characters in filenames as ^A .. ^Z.
+
+E2fsck now calculates the correct location of the backup superblock in
+the case of filesystem blocksizes > 1k.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck's calculation of the number of inodes_per_block
+which normally didn't cause problems under most filesystem parameters,
+but could cause a valid superblock to be rejected in extreme cases.
+Other checks for validating superblock values were made more
+stringent.
+
+Added non-destructive write testing to the badblocks program, courtesy
+of David Beattie.  The badblocks also now has an option to input the
+current set of bad blocks, so that known bad blocks are skipped to
+speed up the badblocks test.  There is also a persistent rescan
+feature which causes badblocks to run until it has completed some
+number of passes without discovering any new bad blocks.
+
+Badblocks now checks to see if the device is mounted and refuses to do
+the tests involving writing to the device if it is mounted.  Also,
+badblocks now allows the number of blocks to be checked to be
+defaulted to the size of the partition.
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck which didn't allow non-root users to be able to
+check filesystems if there were any LABEL= or UUID= entries in
+/etc/fstab.
+
+The Hurd doesn't support the filetype filesystem feature.  The mke2fs
+program now makes sure that for the Hurd, the filestype feature is
+turned off.  E2fsck will check to see if the filetype feature is
+turned on for Hurd filesystems, and offer to turn off the feature.
+
+Mke2fs now has a safety check to make sure the number of blocks do not
+exceed 32 bits even on a 64 bit platform.
+
+Really fixed a bug in fsck to allow "fsck -As" to run interactive
+fsck's.  (For those people who like to do interactive fsck's in the
+/etc/rc scripts!?!)
+
+Debugfs has a few new features: the rdump command, which will do a
+recursive dump of a directory and all of its contents, and the lcd
+command which does a local chdir (much like the ftp command of the
+same name).  In addition, the debugfs program and the open_filesystem
+command now takes three new options: -b and -s, which allows the
+blocksize and superblock location to be specified, and the -c option
+which is used in catastrophic situations where the block group
+descriptors are corrupt.  If the -c option is specified, debugfs will
+skip trying to read in the block and inode bitmaps.
+
+Debufs's lsdel command was fixed to handle bad blocks in the inode
+table.
+
+A Y2K bug in debugfs's "ls -l" handling was fixed by switching to use
+4 digit years.
+
+General improvements in error messages
+
+  - Mke2fs prints a sane error message if the partition size is zero
+	(usually because the partition table wasn't reread by the
+	kernel due to the partition being busy), instead of "invalid
+	argument passed to ext2 library while initializing superblock".
+
+  - Fsck now prints more self-explanatory message if an invalid UUID=
+	or LABEL= specification is passed to it.
+
+UUID library changed to use the LGPL.
+
+Fixed a bug in the UUID library where very rapid calls to the
+time-based UUID generator could cause duplicate UUID's to be returned.
+This was not a problem for e2fsprogs, but it could be a problem for
+other users of the library.
+
+Make the UUID library more robust in the face of missing or an
+improper /dev/urandom or /dev/random files.
+
+Added some random portability fixes for Solaris.
+
+Some minor man page updates.
+
+Fixed a memory leak in the ss library.
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+We now try to use lseek64 and open64 from the LFS if possible.
+
+The 3rd parameter in e2p's print_flags is now a flags word, instead of
+a boolean option.
+
+The mark and unmark bitmap functions now return the previous state of
+the bit that was being changed, which is useful for some speed
+optimizations.
+
+The following functions have been added to enhance the badblocks list
+handling in libext2fs: ext2fs_write_bb_FILE, ext2fs_read_bb_FILE2, and
+ext2fs_badblocks_equal.
+
+The ext2 header files now have the latest journalling fields to the
+superblock.
+
+The ext2fs_mkdir function in libext2fs now properly backs out of error
+conditions robustly.
+
+Cleaned up makefiles:
+  - to cleanly  compile with the -j flag.
+  - so distclean removes all generated files.
+  - so in case of an error while installing header files, the make aborts.
+
+Fix test_script so that it works correctly when compiling in the
+source directory.
+
+The random UUID generation routine has been made slightly better in
+the case where /dev/random doesn't exist.  (Use of randomly-based UUID
+is still not recommended if /dev/random doesn't exist, however; it's
+better to use the time/ethernet MAC address UUID in this case.)
+
+Clean up the build process so it's more friendly in case of missing
+directories.
+
+The ext2fs header file can now be #include'd into C++ programs.
+
+The e2p.h header file is now installed.
+
+Added workaround to a gawk 3.0.5 bug in lib/ss/mk_cmds.
+
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.18 (November 10, 1999)
+==================================
+
+Fix a core dumping bug in e2fsck if an imagic inode is present or
+(more rarely) if the filesystem is badly corrupted enough that e2fsck
+has to restart pass 1 processing.  E2fsck now closes the filesystem
+before freeing a large number of its data structures, so in the case
+of future memory faults, at least the fixed filesystem will be fully
+written out.
+
+If a filesystem doesn't support imagic inodes, and e2fsck discovers an
+imagic inode, it will offer to clear the imagic flag.
+
+E2fsck will now offer to clear the immutable flag on special files
+(device/socket/fifos) when running it in non-preen mode.
+
+E2fsck will now set the filetype when creating /lost+found, and when
+connected orphaned inodes to /lost+found.
+
+Debugfs's ncheck and icheck commands now handles the case where there
+are bad blocks in the inode table without bombing out.
+
+The badblocks list processing code has been made more efficiently for
+appending a large number of (ordered) badblocks to the badblocks list.
+
+Some minor man page updates.
+
+Fsck now allows interactive e2fsck's when using fsck -As (not a common
+mode, but some people like to do this in boot scripts for silly reasons).
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+The internal e2fsck problem code for PR_2_SPLIT_DOT was fixed to meet
+with the problem code convention.
+
+The badblocks list regression test program has been updated to work
+with previously made API name changes.
+
+The ext2fs_free() command now uses the new badblocks API to avoid
+using the compatibility layer.
+
+Added new regression test cases; the run_e2fsck test script now
+supports the ability for a test case to run a prepratory command
+before running e2fsck.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.17 (October 26, 1999)
+=================================
+
+Fixed nasty typo in fsck which caused parallelized fsck's to go into an
+infinite loop.
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck where it used strncmp to compare a binary UUID,
+thus potentially causing problems if a binary UUID contained a NULL
+character.
+
+E2fsck now uses stricter checks for directory entries in pass 2:
+zero-length filenames are not allowed; neither are 8 byte long
+directory entries.
+
+The debugfs "dirty" command now clears the filesystem valid bit.
+(Previously this just set the dirty-as-in-needs-writing-out-to-disk
+bit in the in-core superblock image.  The new functionality is more
+what the user expects, and is more useful.)
+
+Added a debugging hook to test parallel fsck; if the environment
+variable FSCK_FORCE_ALL_PARALLEL, then filesystems on the same drive
+will be checked in parallel when they normally would not be.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed some #ifdef's for compilation under the Hurd OS.
+
+Fixed minor W2K compatibility problems.
+
+Fixed some miscellaneous GCC warnings.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.16 (October 22, 1999)
+=================================
+
+Fixed a race condition bug in fsck; when printing a progress bar, if
+checking multiple filesystems in parallel, it was possible for fsck to
+send e2fsck a SIGUSR1 signal before e2fsck had installed its signal
+handler, which would cause it to terminate with a signal 10.
+
+E2fsck now properly handles filesystems that have the
+INCOMPAT_FILETYPE feature turned on.  It can be used to convert a
+filesystem into using or not using FILETYPE feature.
+
+E2fsck now properly handles filesystems that have the IMAGIC feature
+turned on (this is used on Linux AFS servers).
+
+The mke2fs program now creates filesystems that have the filetype and
+sparse_superblock features enabled by default, unless it is run on a
+pre-2.2 kernel.  These features are not supported by a pre-2.2 kernel,
+so there is now a new flag -O which allows the user to specify with
+which features she would like to create the filesystem; "mke2fs -O
+none" will create a filesystsem compatible with 2.0 kernels.
+
+The tune2fs program now has a -O option which allows the user to set
+and reset "safe" filesystem features.  Currently, the only ones which
+allows to be modified are the filetype and sparse_superblock features.
+Note setting or clearing either feature will require running e2fsck on
+the filesystem afterwards.  (n.b. Clearing the sparse_superblock feature
+requires that there is enough free space on the filesystem for the
+extra superblocks which will be created by e2fsck.)
+
+Debugfs can now set and print filesystem features in the superblock
+using the "features" command.  Dumpe2fs will print out the complete
+set of features when listing the superblock.
+
+Dumpe2fs has new options -f (force) and -h (header-only).
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which could cause the PROGRAMMING ERROR/bonehead
+message to come up.  This could happen when decrementing or
+incrementing a link count could result in an overflow.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where the block count on the lost+found
+directory would not be properly incremented when the directory was
+expanded to the point where an indirect block needed to be allocated.
+
+E2fsck now makes some additional sanity checks on the superblock to
+avoid crashing or giving a memory allocation error if some of the
+values in the superblock are unresonable (but the superblock otherwise
+looks valid).
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where a very badly corrupted filesystem might
+require two passes to completely fix the filesystem.  This happened if
+an inode claimed blocks that was part of the filesystem metadata
+(typically, when garbage was written into an inode table or indirect
+block, since this kind of filesystem corruption normally doesn't
+happen otherwise).
+
+On the Alpha, glibc declares st_flags although it isn't actually used;
+the configure script was improved to detect this case so that
+e2fsprogs can avoid using the non-functional stat field.
+
+The manual pages were updated to use a more consistent formatting
+style consistent with standard Unix man pages.  Mke2fs's man page
+added documentation for a few previously undocumented options.
+
+Fixed minor display bugs in tune2fs and mke2fs.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Improved portability of e2fsprogs to non-Unix systems (in particular, NT).
+
+Added features to parse and print feature strings into the e2p library.  
+(e2p_feature2string, e2p_string2feature, e2p_edit_feature).
+
+ext2fs_mkdir() and ext2fs_new_dir_block() now creates directories
+whose directory entries contain proper filetype information if the
+filesystem supports it.
+
+ext2fs_link() now uses the low 3 bits of its flags parameter to pass
+the directory entry filetype information.  This is used to set the
+directory entry filetype information if the filesystem supports it.
+
+Fixed a bug in ext2fs_expand_dir() where the block count in a
+directory's inode would not be properly incremented when the directory
+was expanded to the point where an indirect block needed to be
+allocated.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.15 (July 18, 1999)
+==============================
+
+Add configuration checks so that e2fsprogs will compile cleanly on
+Linux 2.3 kernels that have renamed i_version to i_generation.
+
+E2fsck now prints a progress/completion bar (and not just a simple
+spinner) if the -C0 option is requested or if it receives a SIGUSR1
+signal.  Fsck will automatically manage the (potentially muliple)
+e2fsck processes to print completion bars if it is given a -C option,
+with the right thing happening if multiple filesystems are being
+checked in parallel.
+
+Mke2fs now has better automatic hueristics to determine the filesystem
+parameters to be used for a particular filesystem.  Added a new option
+-T which allows the user to specify how the filesystem is to be used,
+which helps mke2fs do a better job selecting the filesystem parameters.
+
+Mke2fs now creates revision 1 filesystems by default, and with the
+sparse superblock feature enabled.  The sparse superblock feature is
+not understood by Linux 2.0 kernels, so they will only allow read-only
+mounts of filesystems with this sparse superblocks.
+
+Fix bug where if /dev/null couldn't be opened (should never happen),
+e2fsck would hang in a tight loop.
+
+Make e2fsck handle the case where /lost+found isn't a directory.
+
+E2fsck now uses mallinfo if it exists to get accurate statistics about
+its memory usage.
+
+Fix bug in e2fsck where it wouldn't check to see if a disconnected
+inode had any problems before connecting it to /lost+found.
+
+Add check to e2fsck so it makes sure that total number of inodes in
+the filesystem is a sane number.
+
+Fix fencepost error when clearing an the end of the block bitmap which
+caused the last block in the bitmap not to get cleared.
+
+Cleaned up a number of messages in e2fsck:
+	* The message "Group's #'s copy of the group descriptor..."
+		was fixed so that the correct number would be displayed.
+	* Added missing space in the "disk write-protected" error messsage
+	* Cleaned up the error message printed when a non-interactive
+		e2fsck needs to abort a check because the filesystem
+		appears to be mounted.
+
+Added a new command-line utility, uuidgen, which will create and print
+a UUID.
+
+Make debugfs's icheck command more robust by checking to make sure an
+inode has valid blocks before interarting over the inode's blocks.
+
+UUID generation now uses a random-based scheme whenever possible to
+prevent potential privacy problems.
+
+Man pages for all of the UUID functions in the lirbary were added.
+
+Fixed bug in fsck so it won't coredump if a filesystem not in
+/etc/fstab is given to it.
+
+Fsck now understands the UUID=xxxx and LABEL=yyyy forms in /etc/fstab
+that most of the other mount utilities understands.
+
+Mke2fs will make a filesystem even if it appears mounted if the force
+option is given.
+
+Dumpe2fs has new command-line options which allow a filesystem expert
+to specify the superblock and blocksize when opening a filesystem.
+This is mainly useful when examining the remains of a toasted
+filesystem.
+
+The badblocks program has been updated to display correctly on disks
+with large block numbers.
+
+The badblocks program no longer gives spurious errors when errors
+occur on non-block boundaries, which is common if the blocksize is
+larger than 1k.
+
+Mke2fs will sync the disk device every MKE2FS_SYNC block groups if the
+MKE2FS_SYNC environment variable is set.  This is to work around a VM
+bug in the 2.0 kernel.  I've heard a report that a RAID user was able
+to trigger it even using a 2.2 kernel, but hopefully it will not be
+needed for most Linux 2.2 users.
+
+Fixed miscellaneous documentation and man pages.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Cleaned up functions such as pass1_get_blocks, pass1_read_inode which
+in e2fsck's pass1.c really should have been static.
+
+The return value of the uuid_compare() function was changed to make it
+match with the convetions used by strcmp, memcmp, and Paul Leach's
+UUID sample document.
+
+The "make depend" process has now been made more automated; it now
+automatically word-wraps the dependencies, and only replaces source
+Makefile.in if there has been a change in the dependencies.  Also, a
+top-level "make depend" now recurses through all the subdirectories
+automatically.
+
+The Makefile in .../util has been changed so that subst is built using
+the native C compiler during a cross-compilation, since the subst
+program is only used during the build process.  Also add an explicit
+rule to build util/subst by cd'ing to the correct directory and
+running Makefile.
+
+The man directories are defined in terms mandir, so that the configure
+script can override the location of the manual pages.
+
+The config files have been updated to recognize new machine types for
+both the i386 and alpha families.
+
+Fsck has been modified so that it will accurately create an
+fsck_instance even when the noexecute flag is set.  This allows for
+accurate debugging of the fsck pass structure.  Also, when the verbose
+flag is given twice, fsck will print debugging information about when
+fsck is waiting for jobs to finish.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.14 (January 9, 1999)
+================================
+
+Fix the fstab parsing code so that it can handle blank lines and
+comment characters.  Also, missing pass numbers need to be treated as
+zero.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck where under some circumstances (when e2fsck
+needs to restart processing after fixing an egregious inconsistency)
+it would try to access already freed memory.
+
+E2fsck now prints non-printable characters in directory entries and
+pathnames using '^' and 'M-' notation.
+
+Fixed chattr so that it will ignore symbolic links when doing
+recursive descent traversals.  For both chattr and lsattr, no longer
+print the version string unless the -V option is given.
+
+Allow the system administrator to directly specify the number of
+inodes desired in the filesystem, for some special cases where this is
+necessary.
+
+Fix portability problems so that e2fsprogs can be compiled under Linux
+1.2 systems and Solaris systems.
+
+Update the config.guess file with a more recent version that will
+identify newer Linux platforms.
+
+Programmer's notes
+------------------
+
+Ext2fs_read_inode and ext2fs_write_inode will now return an error if
+an inode number of zero is passed to them.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.13 (December 15, 1998)
+==================================
+
+Fixed a bug in debugfs where an error messages weren't getting printed
+when the ext2 library routines to read inodes returned errors in the
+stat, cmri and rm commands.
+
+Fixed a bug in mke2fs so that if a ridiculous inode ratio parameter is
+provided, it won't create an inode table smaller than the minimum
+number of inodes required for a proper ext2 filesystem.
+
+Fsck now parses the /etc/fstab file directly (instead of using
+getmntent()), so that it can distinguish between a missing pass number
+field and pass number field of zero.  This caused problems for
+diskless workstations where all of the filesystems in /etc/fstab have
+an explicit pass number of zero, and fsck could not distinguish this
+from a /etc/fstab file with missing pass numbers.
+
+E2fsck will create a /lost+found directory if there isn't one in the
+filesystem, since it's safer to create the lost+found directory before
+it's needed.
+
+Fixed e2fsck so that it would detect bogus immutable inodes which
+happen to be sockets and FIFO files, and offer to clear them.
+
+If a filesystem has multiple reasons why it needs to be checked, and
+one of the reasons is that it is uncleanly mounted, e2fsck will print
+that as the reason why the filesystem is being checked.
+
+Cleaned up the output routines of mke2fs so that it doesn't overflow
+an 80 column display when formating really big filesystems.
+
+Added a sanity check to e2fsck to make sure that file descriptors 0,
+1, 2 are open before opening the hard disk.  This avoids a problem
+where a broken program might exec e2fsck with those file descriptors
+closed, which would cause disastrous results if the kernel returns a
+file descriptor for the block device which is also used by FILE *
+stdout.
+
+Fixed up the e2fsck progress reporting functions so that the values
+reliably reach 100% at the completion of all of the e2fsck passes.
+
+Fixed minor documentation bugs in man pages and usage messages.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed a number of lint warnings in the ext2fs library and potential
+portability problems from other OS's header files that might define
+CPP macros for names like "max" and "min".
+
+ext2fs_badblocks_list_add() has been made more efficient when it needs
+to grow the bad blocks list.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which caused it to dereference a freed pointer
+just before exiting.
+
+Fixed the substition process for generating the mk_cmds and compile_et
+scripts so that they will work outside of the build tree.
+
+Add sanity check to e2fsck so that if an internal routine
+(ext2fs_get_dir_info) returns NULL, avoid dereferencing the pointer
+and causing a core dump.  This should never happen, but...
+
+E2fsprogs 1.12 (July 9, 1998)
+==================================
+
+E2fsprogs now works with glibc (at least with the version shipped wtih
+RedHat 5.0).  The ext2fs_llseek() function should now work even with
+i386 ELF shared libraries and if llseek() is not present.  We also
+explicitly do a configure test to see if (a) llseek is in libc, and
+(b) if llseek is declared in the system header files.  (See standard
+complaints about libc developers don't understand the concept of
+compatibility with previous versions of libc.)
+
+The ext2fs library now writes out the block group number in each of
+the superblock copies.  This makes it easier to automatically
+determine the starting block group of the filesystem when the block
+group information is trashed.
+
+Added support for the EXT2_FEATURE_INCOMPAT_FILETYPE feature,
+which means that e2fsprogs will ignore the high 8 bits of the
+directory entry's name_len field, so that it can be used for other
+purposes.
+
+Added support for the EXT2_FEATURE_RO_COMPAT_LARGE_FILE feature.
+E2fsprogs will now support filesystems with 64-bit sized files.
+
+Added support for the EXT2_FEATURE_COMPAT_DIR_PREALLOC feature.
+
+Added new program "e2label", contributed by Andries Brouwer.  E2label
+provides an easy-to-use interface to modify the filesystem label.
+
+Fixed bug so that lsattr -v works instead of producing a core dump.
+
+Fixed a minor bug in mke2fs so that all groups with bad superblock
+backup blocks are printed (not just the first one).
+
+Mke2fs will check the size of the device, and if the user specifies a
+filesystem size larger than the apparent size of the device it will
+print a warning message and ask if the user wants to proceed.
+
+E2fsck has a new option -C, which sends completion information to the
+specified file descriptor.  For the most part, this is intended for
+programs to use, although -C 0 will print a spinning character to the
+stdout device, which may be useful for users who want to see something
+happening while e2fsck goes about its business.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which could cause a core dump when it needs to
+expand the /lost+found directory, and sometimes the bitmaps haven't
+been merged in.  Also fixed a related bug where ext2fs_write_dir_block
+was used to write out a non-directory block.  (Which would be bad on a
+non-Intel platform with byte swapping going on.)
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck where it would print a "programming error" message
+instead of correctly identifying where a bad block was in used when
+the bad block was in a non-primary superblock or block group
+descriptor.  Also fixed a related bug when sparse superblocks are in
+use and there is a bad block where a superblock or block group
+descriptor would have been in a group that doesn't include a
+superblock.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck (really in libext2fs's dblist function) where if
+the block group descriptor table is corrupt, it was possible to try to
+allocate a huge array, fail, and then abort e2fsck.
+ext2fs_get_num_dirs() now sanity checks the block group descriptor,
+and subsitutes reasonable values if the descriptors are obviously bogus.
+
+If e2fsck finds a device file which has the immutable flag set and the
+i_blocks beyond the normal device number are non-zero, e2fsck will
+offer to remove it, since it's probably caused by garbage in the inode
+table.
+
+When opening a filesystem, e2fsck specially checks for the EROFS error
+code, and prints a specific error message to the user which is more
+user friendly.
+
+If the filesystem revision is too high, change the e2fsck to print
+that this is either because e2fsck is out of date, or because the
+superblock is corrupt.  
+
+E2fsck now checks for directories that have duplicate '.' and '..'
+entries, and fixes this corruption.
+
+E2fsck no longer forces a sync of the filesystem (with attendant sleep
+calls) at all times.  The ext2fs_flush() function now performs a sync
+only if it needed to write data blocks to disk.
+
+Fixed a minor bug in e2fsck's pass1b's file cloning function, where
+certain errors would not be properly reported.
+
+Updated and expanded a few points in the man pages which users
+complained wheren't explicit enough.
+
+Added special case byte-swapping code if compiling on the PowerPC, to
+accomodate the strange big-endian variant of the ext2 filesystem that
+was previously used on the PowerPC port.
+
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Removed C++ keywords from the ext2fs libraries so that it could be
+compiled with C++.
+
+E2fsck's internal organization has now been massively reorganized so
+that pass*.c don't have any printf statements.  Instead, all problems
+are reported through the fix_problem() abstraction interface.  E2fsck
+has also been revamped so that it can be called as a library from a
+application.
+
+Added new fileio primitives in libext2fs for reading and writing
+files on an unmounted ext2 filesystem.  This interface is now used by
+debugfs.
+
+Added a new libext2fs function for mapping logical block numbers of
+a file to a physical block number.
+
+Added a new libext2fs function, ext2fs_alloc_block(), which allocates
+a block, zeros it, and updates the filesystem accounting records
+appropriately.
+
+Added a new libext2fs function, ext2fs_set_bitmap_padding(), which
+sets the padding of the bitmap to be all one's.  Used by e2fsck pass 5.
+
+The libext2fs functions now use a set of memory allocation wrapper
+functions: ext2fs_get_mem, ext2fs_free_mem, and ext2fs_resize_mem,
+instead of malloc, free, and resize.  This makes it easier for us to
+be ported to strange environments where malloc, et. al. aren't
+necessarily available.
+
+Change the libext2fs fucntion to return ext2-specific error codes
+(EXT2_DIR_EXISTS and EXT2_DB_NOT_FOUND, for example) instead of using
+and depending on the existence of system error codes (such as EEXIST
+and ENOENT).
+
+Renamed io.h to ext2_io.h to avoid collision with other OS's header
+files.
+
+Add protection against ext2_io.h and ext2fs.h being included multiple
+times.
+
+The types used for memory lengths, etc. have been made more portable.
+In generla, the code has been made 16-bit safe.  Added Mark
+Habersack's contributed DOS disk i/o routines.
+
+Miscellaneous portability fixes, including not depending on char's
+being signed.
+
+The io_channel structure has a new element, app_data, which is
+initialized by the ext2fs routines to contain a copy of the filesystem
+handle.
+
+ext2fs_check_directory()'s callback function may now return the error
+EXT2_ET_CALLBACK_NOTHANDLED if it wishes ext2fs_check_directory() to
+really do the checking, despite the presence of the callback function.
+
+
+E2fsprosg 1.11 (June 17, 1997)
+==============================
+
+Fixed e2fsck to detect (previously ignored) conflicts between the
+superblock or block group descriptors and block bitmaps, inode
+bitmaps, and inode tables.
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck so that when the message printed out when a block
+or inode bitmap conflicts with other data, it has the correct group
+number.
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck and mke2fs where the blocksize wasn't being passed
+to badblocks.  This meant that not all of the filesystem was being
+tested for bad blocks! 
+
+Fixed an array boundary overrun case which cropped up in
+ext2fs_badblocks_list_test when a user tried running "mke2fs -c 
+-b 4096".
+
+Adjusted the number of columns printed by mke2fs when displaying the
+superblock backups to avoid running over 80 columns when making a
+really big filesystem.
+
+Fixed up the man pages for e2fsck, debugfs, badblocks, chattr,
+dumpe2fs, fsck, mke2fs, and tune2fs (typos and other minor grammar
+fixes), thanks to some suggestions from Bill Hawes (whawes@star.net).
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Fixed install rule in lib/ss so that ss_err.h is actually getting
+installed.
+
+Fixed bug in ext2fs_copy_bitmap; the destination bitmap wasn't getting
+bassed back to the caller.
+
+Fixed bug in ext2fs_inode_scan_goto_blockgroup; it had not been
+setting the current inode number (which meant this function wasn't
+working at all).
+
+Fixed bug in ext2fs_resize_generic_bitmap; it had not be zeroing all
+blocks in the bitmap when increasing the size of the bitmap.
+
+Changed the initial number of blocks allocated by ext2fs_init_dblist()
+to be more realistic.
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_allocate_group_table, which sets up the
+group descriptor information (and allocates inode and block bitmaps,
+and inode tables for a particular group).  The function was created by
+factoring out code form ext2fs_allocate_tables().
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_move_blocks which takes a bitmap of the
+blocks to be moved, and moves them to another location on the
+boardboard.
+
+Make the unix_io channel's io_channel_flush implementation calls sync()
+to to flush the kernel buffers to disk.
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_dblist_count returns the number of
+directory blocks in dblist.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.10 (April 24, 1997)
+===============================
+
+Mke2fs once again defaults to creating revision #0 filesystems, since
+people were complaining about breaking compatibility with 1.2 kernels.
+Warning messages were added to the mke2fs and tune2fs man pages that
+the sparse superblock option isn't supported by most kernels yet (1.2
+and 2.0 both don't support parse superblocks.)
+
+Added new flag to mke2fs, -R <raid options>, which allows the user to
+tell mke2fs about the RAID configuration of the filesystem.  Currently
+the only supported raid option is "stride" which specifies the width
+of the RAID stripe.
+
+Fixed bug in e2fsck where pass1b would bomb out if there were any
+blocks marked bad in the inode table.
+
+Fixed rare bug in mke2fs where if the user had a very unlucky number
+of blocks in a filesystem (probability less than .002) the resulting
+filesystem would be corrupt in the last block group.
+
+Fixed bug where if e2fsck tried to allocate a block to fix a
+filesystem corruption problem and the filesystem had no free blocks,
+ext2fs_new_block() would loop forever.
+
+The configure script now checks explicitly to see if "-static" works,
+since that can't be assumed to be true --- RedHat doesn't install
+libc-static by default.
+
+Fixed bug in libext2's block iterator functions where under some
+cirmcustances, file with holes would cause the bcount parameter to the
+callback function to be incorrect.  This bug didn't affect any of
+e2fsprogs programs, but it was discovered by Paul Mackerras, the
+author of the PPC boot loader.
+
+Removed use of static variables to store the inode cache in libext2fs.
+This caused problems if more than one filesystem was accessed via
+libext2fs (static variables in libraries are generally a bad idea).
+Again, this didn't affect e2fsprogs programs, but it was discovered by
+Paul Mackerras.
+
+Fixed minor bugs and version code drift to assure that e2fsprogs 1.10
+will compile cleanly with 1.2.13 kernels (even with a.out shared
+libraries!)
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Added new functions to duplicate an ext2 filesystem handle, and its
+associated substructure.  New functions: ext2fs_dup_handle(),
+ext2fs_copy_dblist(), ext2fs_badblocks_copy(), ext2fs_copy_bitmap().
+Other structures, such as the io_channel and the inode_cache, now have
+a ref count so that they only get freed when they are no longer used
+by any filesystem handle.  (These functions were added as part of the
+development effort for an ext2 resizer).
+
+E2fsprogs 1.09 (April 14, 1997)
+===============================
+
+Fixed bug in mke2fs (really in lib/ext2fs/initialize.c) which was
+accidentally introduced in the 1.08 release.  The overhead calculation
+was accidentally removed, which caused ext2fs_initialize() to not
+notice when the filesystem size needed to be adjusted down because
+there wasn't enough space in the last block group.
+
+Fixed bug in version parsing library routine; it was always parsing
+the library version string, instead of using the passed-in string.
+
+Clarified chattr man page.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.08 (April 10, 1997)
+===============================
+
+E2fsck 1.07 was very slow when checking very large filesystems with a
+lot of files that had hard links (i.e., news spools).  This was fixed
+by seriously revamping the icount abstraction.  Added a formal test
+suite for the icount abstraction.
+
+Debugfs now has a "-l" option to the "ls" command, which lists the
+inode number, permissions, owner, group, size, and name of the files
+in the directory.
+
+Fix a bug in e2fsck where when a directory had its blocks moved to
+another location during the pass 1b processing, the directory block
+list wasn't updated, so pass 2 wouldn't check (and correct) the
+correct directory block.
+
+E2fsck will now treat inodes which contain blocks which are claimed by
+the filesystem metadata by treating them as multiply claimed blocks.
+This way, the data in those blocks can be copied to a new block during
+the pass 1b--1d processing.
+
+E2fsck will attempt to determine the correct superblock number and
+display it in the diagnostic and warning messages if possible.
+
+Add support for a new (incompatible) feature, "sparse_super".  This
+feature reduces the number of blocks which contain copies of backup
+superblocks and block group descriptors.  (It is only an incompatible
+feature because of a bug in ext2_free_blocks.)  mke2fs and tune2fs now
+support a new -s option; e2fsck will recognize filesystems built with
+this feature turned on.
+
+E2fsck now checks the library to make sure is the correct version,
+using new library functions.  (This helps to diagnose incorrectly
+installed e2fsprogs distributions.)
+
+Dumpe2fs now prints more information; its now prints the the
+filesystem revision number, the filesystem sparse_super feature (if
+present), the block ranges for each block group, and the offset from
+the beginning of the block group.
+
+Mke2fs now distributes the inode and block bitmap blok so that the
+won't be concentrated in one or two disks in RAID/striping setups.
+Also, if the user chooses a 2k or 4k block group, mke2fs will try to
+choose the largest blocks per group that be chosen.  (For 2k blocks,
+you can have up to 16384 blocks/group; for 4k blocks, you can have up
+to 32768 blocks/group.)  Previously mke2fs would not allow
+specification of more than 8192 blocks per group, even if you were
+using a 2k or 4k block group.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_create_icount2() which takes a "hint"
+argument.  This hint argument presets the icount array with the list
+of inodes which actually need to be in the icount array.  This really
+helps to speed up e2fsck.
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_icount_validate() which checks the rep
+invariant for the icount structure.  This is used mostly for testing.
+
+The error mesasage given when a bad inode number is passed to
+test_generic_bitmap to reflect EXT2FS_TEST_ERROR (instead of
+EXT2FS_UNMARK_ERROR).
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_set_dir_block which sets the block of a
+dblist entry, given the directory inode and blockcnt.
+
+Added a new function ext2fs_get_library_version() which returns the
+current library version, and ext2fs_parse_version_string() which
+returns a version number based on a e2fsprogs version string.
+
+The icount functions will return EINVAL if the passed in inode number
+is out of bounds.
+
+E2fsprogs 1.07 (March 9, 1997)
+==============================
+
+E2fsck is now uses much less memory when checking really large
+filesystems (or rather, filesystems with a large number of inodes).
+Previously a filesystem with 1 million inodes required 4 megabytes of
+memory to store inode count statistics; that storage requirement has
+now been reduced to roughly half a megabyte.
+
+E2fsck can now properly deal with bad blocks appearing inside the
+inode table.  Instead of trying to relocate the inode table (which
+often failed because there wasn't enough space), the inodes in the bad
+block are marked as in use.
+
+E2fsck will automatically try to use the backup superblocks if the
+primary superblocks have a bad magic number or have missing meta-data
+blocks (or meta-data blocks which are out of range).
+
+E2fsck's pass 3 has been made more efficient; most noticeable on
+filesystems with a very large number of directories.
+
+Completely revamped e2fsck's system of printing problem reports.  It
+is now table driven, to make them more easily customizeable and
+extendable.  Error messages which can be printed out during preen mode
+are now one line long.
+
+Fixed e2fsck's filesystem swapping code so that it won't try to swap
+fast symbolic links or deleted files.
+
+Fixed e2fsck core dumping when fixing a filesystem which has no
+directories (not even a root directory).
+
+Added a check to e2fsck to make sure that the length of every
+directory entry is a multiple of 4 (since the kernel complains if it
+isn't).
+
+Added a check to e2fsck to make sure that a directory entry isn't a
+link to the root directory, since that isn't allowed.
+
+Added a check to e2fsk to now make sure the '.' and '..' directory
+entries are null terminated, since the 2.0 kernel requires it.
+
+Added check to write_bitmaps() to make sure the superblock doesn't get
+trashed if the inode or block bitmap is marked as being block zero.
+
+Added checking of the new feature set fields in the superblock, to
+avoid dealing with new filesystem features that this package wasn't
+set up to handle.
+
+Fixed a fencepost error in ext2fs_new_block() which would occasionally
+try to allocate a block beyond the end of a filesystem.
+
+When the UUID library picks a random IEEE 802 address (because it
+can't find one from a network card), it sets the multicast bit, to
+avoid conflicting with a legitimate IEEE 802 address.
+
+Mke2fs now sets the root directory's owner to be the real uid of the
+user running mke2fs.  If the real uid is non-zero, it also sets
+the group ownership of the root directory to be the real group-id of
+the user running mke2fs.
+
+Mke2fs now has more intelligent error checking when it is given a
+non-existent device.
+
+When badblocks is given the -vv option, it now updates the block that
+it is currently testing on every block.
+
+Fixed a bug in fsck where it wouldn't modify the PATH envirnoment
+currently correctly if PATH wasn't already set.
+
+Shared libraries now built with dependencies.  This allows the shared
+library files to be used with dlopen(); it also makes the transition
+to libc 6 easier, since ld.so can tell which libc a particular shared
+library expects to use.
+
+Programmer's notes:
+-------------------
+
+Added new abstraction (defined in dblist.c) for maintaining a list of
+blocks which belongs to directories.  This is used in e2fsck and other
+programs which need to iterate over all directories.
+
+Added new functions which test to see if a contiguous range of blocks
+(or inodes) are available.  (ext2fs_*_bitmap_range).
+
+Added new function (ext2_inode_has_valid_blocks) which returns true if
+an inode has valid blocks.  (moved from e2fsck code).
+
+Added new function (ext2fs_allocate_tables) which allocates the
+meta-data blocks as part of initializing a filesystem.  (moved from
+mke2fs code).
+
+Added a new I/O manager for testing purposes.  It will either allow a
+program to intercept I/O requests, or print debugging messages to
+trace the activity of a program using the I/O manager.
+
+The badblocks_list functions now store the bad blocks in a sorted
+order, and use a binary search to speed up badblocks_list_test.
+
+The inode scan function ext2fs_get_next_inode() may now return a soft
+error returns: MISSING_INODE_TABLE and BAD_BLOCK_IN_INODE_TABLE in
+those cases where part of an inode table is missing or there is a bad
+block in the inode table.  
+
+Added a new function (ext2fs_block_iterate2) which adds new arguments to
+the callback function to return a pointer (block and offset) to the
+reference of the block.
+
+Added new function (ext2fs_inode_scan_goto_blockgroup) which allows an
+application to jump to a particular block group while doing an inode
+scan.
+
+The badblocks list functions were renamed from badblocks_* to
+ext2fs_badblocks_*.  Backwards compatibility functions are available
+for now, but programs should be modified to use the new interface.
+
+Some of the library functions were reorganized into separate files to
+reduce the size of some programs which statically link against the
+ext2 library.
+
+Put in some miscellaneous fixes for the Alpha platform.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.06 (October 7, 1996)
+================================
+
+Fixed serious bug in e2fsck: if the block descriptors are bad, don't
+smash the backup copies in ext2fs_close().  (The problem was that when
+e2fsck -p discovered the problem, while it was closing the filesystem
+and exiting, it was also blowing away the backup superblocks on the
+disk, which was less than friendly.)  We now make it the case that we
+only write out the backup superblock and the back block descriptors if
+the filesystem is completely free from problems.
+
+Fixed a bug in block_interate in the lib/ext2fs library which caused
+e2fsck to fail on GNU Hurd-created filesystems.
+
+Add support for Linux/FT's bootloader, which actually uses
+EXT2_BOOT_LOADER, and sets its mode bits which caused e2fsck to want
+to clear the inode.
+
+Add support for the "A" (no atime update) attribute.  (Note: this
+attribute is not yet in production kernels.)
+
+The test suite is not automatically run when doing a "make all" from
+the top level directory.  Users should manually run "make check" if
+they wish to run the test suite.
+
+Upon a preenhalt(), make the printed message more explicit that
+running e2fsck "MANAULLY" means without the -p or -a options.
+
+In e2fsck, if a disconnected inode is zero-length, offer to clear it
+instead of offering to connect it to lost+found.
+
+In e2fsck, if a filesystem was just unmounted uncleanly, and needs
+e2fsck to be run over it, change e2fsck to explicitly display this
+fact.
+
+For dumpe2fs and e2fsck, cause the -V option to print out which
+version of the ext2fs library is actually getting used.  (This will
+help detect mismatches of using a 1.06 utility with a 1.05 library,
+etc.)
+
+Programmers' notes:
+-------------------
+
+EXT2_SWAP_BYTES was changed to EXT2_FLAG_SWAP_BYTES, which better fits
+the naming convention.
+
+In ext2fs_initialize(), make sure the description for the inode bitmap
+is correctly initialize.
+
+Fixed minor type typo in ext2fs_allocate_generic_bitmap();
+
+E2fsprogs 1.05 (September 7, 1996)
+==================================
+
+Add support for new fields in the ext2 superblock --- volume name,
+volume UUID, and last mounted field.  Dumpe2fs displays these fields,
+tune2fs and mke2fs allows you to set them.  E2fsck will automatically
+generate a UUID for those volumes that don't have them.  
+
+Put in support for e2fsck to recognize HURD specific ext2 features ---
+most notably, the translator block.  The e2fsprogs tools will now use
+the creator_os field in the superblock to correctly handle different
+OS-specific variants of the ext2 filesystem.
+
+E2fsck now fixes inodes which have a the deletion time set, but which
+have a non-zero i_link_count field by offering to clear the deletion
+time.  Previously e2fsck assumed that the inode was deleted (per 0.3c
+ext2 kernel behavior) and offered to unlink the file.
+
+If e2fsck sets the clean bit, but nothing else, set the exit code
+FSCK_NONDESTRUCT.  After all, e2fsck did fix a filesystem error --- it
+set the filesystem valid bit when it was previously cleared.  :-) This
+was needed to make the HURD fsck driver happy.
+
+If the  user  refuses to attach an  unattached  inode, e2fsck  will no
+longer set the inode's link count.  Otherwise, the  inode would end up
+getting marked as unused, which might cause loss of data later.
+
+Make the message issued by e2fsck when the superblock is corrupt less
+confusing for users.  It now mentions that another reason for the
+"corrupt superblock" message might be that the partition might not be
+an ext2 filesystem at all (it might swap, msdos filesystem, ufs, etc.)
+
+Make the libext2 library more robuest so that e2fsck won't coredump on
+an illegal superblock where the blocksize is zero.  (f_crashdisk is
+the test case).
+
+By default, create filesystems where the default checkinterval is 6
+months (180 days).  Linux servers can be robust enough that 20 reboots
+can be a long, long time.
+
+Added configure flag --enable-old-bitops, which forces the bitops to
+use the old (native) bitmask operations.  By default on the sparc
+platform, the standard ext2 bit ordering is now used.
+
+Added a new feature to e2fsck to byte-swap filesystems; this can be
+used to convert old m68k filesystems to use the standard byte-order
+storage for the superblock, inodes, and directory blocks.  This
+function is invoked by using the '-s' option to e2fsck.
+
+Debugfs's "dump" command has been enhanced so that it writes out the
+exact size of the file so that the nulls at the end of the file are
+eliminated.  The command also accept a new "-p" option which will
+attempt preserve to preserve the ownernship, permissions, and
+file modification/access times.
+
+Debugfs has two new options, -f and -R.  The -R option allows the user
+to execute a single debugfs command from the command line.  The -f
+option allows the user to specify a "command file" containing debugfs
+commands which will get executed.
+
+Dumpe2fs now pretty prints the check interval, instead of just
+printing the check interval as a number of seconds.
+
+Fix bugs in debugfs: the params command when no filesystem is opened
+no longer causes a core dump.  It is now possible to unlink a file
+when a pathame containing a '/' is specified.
+
+Tune2fs has a new -C option which sets the number of times the
+filesystem has been mounted.
+
+Fix the chattr '-v' option so that it actually works.  Chattr was
+being buggy about the -v option parsing.
+
+Programmers' notes:
+-------------------
+
+The directory lib/uuid contains a set of library routines to generate
+DCE compatible UUIDs.  
+
+Extended ext2fs_namei() to handle symbolic links.  Added new function
+ext2fs_nami_follow() which will follow last symbolic link in the case
+where the pathname points to a sym link.
+
+The ext2fs_block_iterate function will now return the HURD translator
+block, if present.  The new flag BLOCK_FLAG_DATA_ONLY will cause the
+iterator to return data blocks only.  The ext2fs.h file now defines
+constants BLOCK_COUNT_IND, BLOCK_COUNT_DIND, BLOCK_COUNT_TIND, and
+BLOCK_COUNT_TRANSLATOR, which are the magic values passed in the block
+count field of the iterator callback function.
+
+The test script driver now takes an optional second argument, which is
+the test case to be run.  This allows you to run a test case without
+needing to run the entire test suite.
+
+On Linux ELF systems, install the .so files in the correct places
+(/usr/lib).  The .so files must be stored in the same directory as the
+.a files.
+
+Fixed miscellaneous HURD compilation issues with header file being
+included in the right order.
+
+Fixed debugfs so that it resets optind to zero, not one, since setting
+optind to zero is more correct.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.04 (May 16, 1996)
+=============================
+
+First "official" (1.03 was a limited release only) to support building
+e2fsprogs under Linux 2.0 kernels (as well as late model 1.3 and 1.99
+kernels).
+
+This package includes a RPM specs file, that it can be built using the
+RedHat Package Manager.
+
+E2fsck now prints a hint that if there are lots of incorrectly located
+inode bitmaps, block bitmaps, and inode table blocks, the user might
+want to try using e2fsck -b 8193 first, to see if that fares any
+better.
+
+For ext2 filesystem written with the hurd, debugfs will now print out
+the translator field when printing an inode structure.
+
+Lots of miscellaneous linking/installation cleanups:
+
+  Libraries are now linked using a relative pathname, instead of
+  relying on -L working correct.  It doesn't, in many cases, including
+  current versions of GNU ld.  This guarantees that the build tree is
+  linking with the right libraries, instead of the ones installed in
+  /usr/lib.
+
+  Header files, man pages, and the et/ss shell scripts are now
+  generated using a custom substitution script, instead of relying on
+  the configure script.  This prevents needless recompilation of
+  files; in addition, the custom substitution script is much faster.
+
+  e2fsck may now be linked dynamically, by using the
+  --enable-dynamic-e2fsck flag to configure.  This is not recommended,
+  since it increases e2fsck's dependence on other files, but some
+  people need to save disk space, and other critical programs on their
+  systems were being linked dynamically anyway.
+
+  Programs such as fsck which didn't need to be linked against
+  libext2fs (or mke2fs which didn't need to be linked against libe2p)
+  only link against libraries they actually need.  Otherwise, those
+  programs would require the presense of libraries that otherwise
+  could be removed from a rescuse diskette.
+
+  The ss include files are now installed correctly so they can
+  actually be used by another package.
+
+  If the profiling libraries are built, they are now installed on a
+  "make install-libs".
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.03 (March 27, 1996)
+===============================
+
+Change the m68k bit numbering for bitmasks to match the bit numbering
+used by all other ext2 implementations.  (This change was requested by
+the m68k kernel development team.)
+
+Support (in-development) filesystem format revision which supports
+(among other things) dynamically sized inodes.
+
+Fixed a bug in the ext2 library so that an intelligent error is
+returned if mke2fs is run with a ridiculously small number of blocks
+for a partition.
+
+Fixed a bug in the ext2 library which required that the device be
+openable in read/write mode in order to determine its size.  This
+caused e2fsck -n to require read/write access when it was not
+previously necessary.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck which casued it to occasionally fail the test
+suite depending on which version of the floating point library it was
+using.
+
+Fixed a bug in e2fsck so that it now halts with a fatal error when
+certain superblock consistency checks fail.  Previously it continued
+running e2fsck, with some potential confusing/damaging consequences.
+
+Added new flag to fsck which allows the root to be checked in parallel
+with other filesytems.  This is not the safest thing in the world to
+do, but some system administrators really wanted it.
+
+Fixed -Wall flames in lib/ss.
+
+
+E2fsprogs 1.02 (January 16, 1996)
+=================================
+
+Fix to allow e2fsprogs to be compiled on recent 1.3 (pl45+) kernels.
+
+Change e2fsck to print statistics of how many non-contiguous files are
+on the system.  Note that a file which is larger than 8k blocks, it is
+guaranteed to be non-contiguous.
+
+In mke2fs, print a warning message if a user tries to format a whole
+disk (/dev/hda versus /dev/hda1).  If a user really wants to format a
+whole disk, the -F (force) option forces mke2fs to format a whole disk
+as a filesytem.
+
+Fix a bug in fsck where in some cases it might start checking
+partitions in the next pass before it finishes checking partitions in
+the current pass.  This still won't cause two partitions on the same
+disk will be checked, so it's rarely a problem in real life.
+
+Patch lsattr so that it won't hang when checking a named pipe.
+
+Minor compilation fixes:
+	* Fix the order of libraries that were linked in debugfs.
+	* Allow the sources to be compiled with -ansi turned on.
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/SHLIBS b/e2fsprogs/SHLIBS
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2fcbbc3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/SHLIBS
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+Library:libcom_err.o
+Description: Common error code library
+Maintainer: Theodore Ts'o
+Email: tytso@mit.edu
+Start: 0x66800000
+End:   0x6687ffff
+
+Library:libss.o
+Description: Generic Subsystem library (Simple tty UI)
+Maintainer: Theodore Ts'o
+Email: tytso@mit.edu
+Start: 0x66880000
+End:   0x668fffff
+
+Library:libext2fs.so
+Description: The ext2fs (raw interface) library
+Maintainer: Theodore Ts'o
+Email: tytso@mit.edu
+Start: 0x66900000
+End:   0x6697ffff
+
+Library:libe2p.so
+Description: The e2p (ext2fs's programmers) library
+Maintainer: Theodore Ts'o
+Email: tytso@mit.edu
+Start: 0x66980000
+End:   0x669fffff
+
+Library:libuuid.so
+Description: DCE Universally Unique ID (UUID) library
+Maintainer: Theodore Ts'o
+Email: tytso@mit.edu
+Start: 0x67900000
+End:   0x679fffff
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/SUBMITTING-PATCHES b/e2fsprogs/SUBMITTING-PATCHES
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..189deb3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/SUBMITTING-PATCHES
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+
+Like the Linux kernel, submitted e2fsprogs patches now require the
+following "sign-off" procedure:
+
+The sign-off is a simple line at the end of the explanation for the
+patch, which certifies that you wrote it or otherwise have the right to
+pass it on as a open-source patch.  The rules are pretty simple: if you
+can certify the below:
+
+        Developer's Certificate of Origin 1.1
+
+        By making a contribution to this project, I certify that:
+
+        (a) The contribution was created in whole or in part by me and I
+            have the right to submit it under the open source license
+            indicated in the file; or
+
+        (b) The contribution is based upon previous work that, to the best
+            of my knowledge, is covered under an appropriate open source
+            license and I have the right under that license to submit that
+            work with modifications, whether created in whole or in part
+            by me, under the same open source license (unless I am
+            permitted to submit under a different license), as indicated
+            in the file; or
+
+        (c) The contribution was provided directly to me by some other
+            person who certified (a), (b) or (c) and I have not modified
+            it.
+
+	(d) I understand and agree that this project and the contribution
+	    are public and that a record of the contribution (including all
+	    personal information I submit with it, including my sign-off) is
+	    maintained indefinitely and may be redistributed consistent with
+	    this project or the open source license(s) involved.
+
+then you just add a line saying
+
+	Signed-off-by: Random J Developer <random@developer.example.org>
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/TODO b/e2fsprogs/TODO
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d531d17
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/TODO
@@ -0,0 +1,277 @@
+Need to process the bad block inode *before* doing the inode scan.
+
+Also check to see if the first block of the inode table is not on the
+bad block scan, and fix that.  We need to check for an inaccurate
+blocks, and fix them before we start doing anything else with the
+filesystem!
+
+---------------------------------------------------
+User request:
+
+BTW: Could you please add some sort of deleted and possibly corrupted file
+     and inode list to e2fsck report. There should be filenames deleted
+     from directory inodes, files with duplicate blocks e.t.c.
+     It's pretty annoying to filter this information from e2fsck output
+     by hand :-
+
+------------------------------------------
+
+Add a "answer Yes always to this class of question" response.
+
+----------------------------------
+
+ext2fs_flush() should return a different error message for primary
+versus backup superblock flushing, so that mke2fs can print an
+appropriate error message.
+
+---------------------------------
+Date: Mon, 08 Mar 1999 21:46:14 +0100
+From: Sergio Polini <s.polini@mclink.it>
+
+
+I'm reading the sorce code of e2fsck 1.14.
+In pass2.c, lines 352-357, I read:
+
+if ((dirent->name_len & 0xFF) > EXT2_NAME_LEN) {
+        if (fix_problem(ctx, PR_2_FILENAME_LONG, &cd->pctx)) {
+                dirent->name_len = EXT2_NAME_LEN;
+                dir_modified++;
+        }
+}
+
+I think that I'll never see any messages about too long filenames,
+because "whatever & 0xFF" can never be "> 0xFF".
+Am I wrong?
+--------------------------------------
+
+Add chmod command to debugfs.
+
+------------------------------------------
+
+Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 17:54:53 -0800 (PST)
+From: Alan Blanchard <alan@abraxas.to>
+To: tytso@MIT.EDU
+Subject: DEBUGFS - thanks and a feature idea
+Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
+
+Theodore:
+
+First, let me thank you for writing debugfs. Recently, my Linux box
+(RH 6.0, 400 MHz PIII, on a DSL line) was hacked into.  The intruder did
+an "rm -Rf" on a 34 GB drive with about 5GB of data on it.  I was able to
+restore essentially the entire thing with debugfs and a bit of C code and Perl.
+Actually, I could have done the entire thing with debugfs and Perl, but I
+thought it would be too slow.
+
+During this exercise, I noticed that one small feature was lacking that would
+have made my job a bit easier.  The length of a deleted directory is
+reported as 0, hence debugfs won't dump the contents of the directory to a
+file using the "dump" command.  The only thing that saved me was that the
+list of disk blocks is not zeroed out.  I was able to dump the contents of the
+directories by using debugfs to get the relevant block numbers, then
+using dd to get the actual data.
+
+If debugfs had a feature where it ignored the size of a directory reported by
+the inode and instead just dumped all the blocks, it would have facilited
+things a bit. This seems like a very easy feature to add.
+
+Again, thanks for writing debugfs (and all the other Linux stuff you've written!).
+
+Cheers,
+Alan Blanchard
+alan@abraxas.to
+
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 14:07:12 -0800
+From: "H. Peter Anvin" <hpa@www.transmeta.com>
+Subject: mkfs -cc and fsck -c
+
+b) An option to mkfs to zero the partition.  Yes, it can be done with
+dd, but it would be a nicer way of doing it.
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Add support for in ext2fs_block_iterate() for a returning the
+compressed flag blocks to block_iterate.  Change default to not return
+EXT2_COMPRESSED_BLKADDR.  Change e2fsck to pass this flag in.
+
+(The old compression patches did this by default all the time, which
+is bad, since it meant e2fsck never saw the EXT2_COMPRESSED_BLKADDR
+flagword.
+
+------------------------------------------------------------
+
+E2fsck should offer to clear all the blocks in an indirect block, not
+the entire inode, so there's better recovery for when an indirect
+block gets trashed.
+
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------
+
+From: Yann Dirson - LOGATIQUE <Yann.Dirson@France.Sun.COM>
+Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 13:52:13 +0100 (MET)
+
+During my experiments on the broken system, I noticed the following in
+the badblocks program (which I'm aware is not designed for IDE drives)
+- I'd probably have already fixed them if my home system was up :(
+
+* the syntax summary documents 2nd arg as blocks_count, which should
+probably read something like end_count.
+
+* testing past end of device is not detected, and lists those blocks
+as bad, whereas they simply do not exist.
+
+
+I think I'll probably add a "max count" option to findsuper(8), so
+that I do not have to wait for the whole disk to be scanned when the
+system had to be launched with "init=/bin/sh", in which case Ctrl-[CZ]
+and friends appear to be absolutely ignored.
+
+
+Somewhat unrelated, I just noticed the
+http://web.mit.edu/tytso/www/linux/ext2.html could be updated:
+
+- could mention SGI xfs (http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/ - they just
+  release 0.03 snapshot)
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Return-Path: <tytso@MIT.EDU>
+Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 13:20:14 -0500
+From: "Theodore Y. Ts'o" <tytso@MIT.EDU>
+To: R.E.Wolff@BitWizard.nl
+In-Reply-To: Rogier Wolff's message of Thu, 10 Feb 2000 08:46:30 +0100 (MET),
+	<200002100746.IAA24573@cave.bitwizard.nl>
+Subject: Re: e2fsck request for enhancement.
+Phone: (781) 391-3464
+
+   Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 08:46:30 +0100 (MET)
+   From: R.E.Wolff@BitWizard.nl (Rogier Wolff)
+
+   Lately, while trying to recover a broken disk, my system froze (twice,
+   until I tried something else) while copying the disk.
+
+   So I had a file of about 50Mb that was growing frantically at the
+   moment of the crash.
+
+   e2fsck, then finds an indirect block that is completely bogus. It
+   starts by asking me if it's ok to clear a few of the referenced
+   blocks. I say yes. Then it comes to the conclusion: 
+
+      too many invalid blocks. Clear inode?
+
+   and then I get the option to delete the whole file. Not to truncate
+   the file to a "working" size.
+
+
+   I'd MUCH rather have e2fsck say something like:
+
+      inode 1234 references an invalid block 134345454. Hmm.
+      inode 1234 references 567 out of 50176 invalid blocks, 
+			  all near the end. Truncate file to 49152 blocks?
+
+   Here you can see that of the 1024 blocks near the end of the file,
+   only 567 were detected as invalid. However now 48Mb of the file will
+   be recovered, instead of thrown away.
+
+That's a good point.  Actually, the right thing is for e2fsck to offer
+to clear all of the bad blocks in a particular indirect block.  I don't
+know how hard it would be to do that, but I'll put it on my e2fsprogs
+TODO list.
+
+							- Ted
+
+---------------------------------------------------------------
+From e2fsprogs Debian TODO file as of 1.10-13.
+
+* Maybe make -dbg packages. Look at how others do it.
+
+---------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Add --lba option to debian icheck command, and have ways of making it
+easier to translate LBA to filesystem block numbers.
+
+-------------------------------------------------------
+
+
+
+List of projects for e2fsprogs:
+
+
+1) Make debugfs's "ncheck <inode>" command list all of the pathnames
+to an inode, not just only the first link to the inode which is found.
+(A good "intro to libext2fs programming interfaces project)
+
+	Difficulty: Low		Priority: Low
+
+2) Use a code coverage tool such as Rational's PureCoverage to see
+what kind of code coverage we have for e2fsck, and try to add test
+cases to increase the code coverage for e2fsck.
+
+	Difficulty: Medium	Priorty: Low
+
+3) Use a code coverage tool such as Rational's PureCoverage to see
+what kind of code coverage we have for resize2fs, and try to add test
+cases to increase the code coverage for resize2fs.
+
+	Difficulty: Medium	Priorty: Medium
+
+4) Create a new I/O manager (i.e., test_io.c, unix_io.c, et.al.) which
+layers on top of an existing I/O manager which provides copy-on-write
+functionality.  This COW I/O manager takes will take two open I/O
+managers, call them "base" and "changed".  The "base" I/O manager is
+opened read/only, so any changes are written instead to the "changed"
+I/O manager, in a compact, non-sparse format containing the intended
+modification to the "base" filesystem.  
+
+This will allow resize2fs to figure out what changes need to made to
+extend a filesystem, or expand the size of inodes in the inode table,
+and the changes can be pushed the filesystem in one fell swoop.  (If
+the system crashes; the program which runs the "changed" file can be
+re-run, much like a journal replay.  My assumption is that the COW
+file will contain the filesystem UUID in a the COW superblock, and the
+COW file will be stored in some place such as /var/state/e2fsprogs,
+with an init.d file to automate the replay so we can recover cleanly
+from a crash during the resize2fs process.)
+
+	Difficulty: Medium	Priority: Medium
+
+5) Create a new I/O manager (i.e., test_io.c, unix_io.c, et.al.) which
+layers on top of an existing I/O manager which provides an "undo"
+functionality.  This undo I/O manager takes will take two open I/O
+managers, call them "base" and "undo".  The "base" I/O manager is be
+opened read/write, and when any writes are sent to the I/O manager,
+the I/O manager will check the "undo" I/O manager, using a file format
+identical to the one found in (5) above.  
+
+This is useful for allowing e2fsck to create an "undo" file, which
+would make things like "e2fsck -y" much safer.
+
+	Difficulty: Low (once 5 is done)  Priority: Low
+
+6) Modify resize2fs so that it can relocate and reorganize the
+filesystem in the following ways: (1) increase the inode size, so that
+an existing filesystem can use the EA-in-inode kernel patch, (2)
+reserve blocks in the resize inode to allow for on-line resizing.  Use
+the COW I/O manager described in (5) in order to provide robustness in
+case of a crash during the resize/reorganization operation.  
+
+	Difficulty: High	Priority: Medium
+
+7) Review the EA-in-inode patches to e2fsck for correctness/code
+cleanliness.  (I will probably have to do this myself -- Ted)
+
+	Difficulty: High	Priorty: Medium
+
+8) Add support for extent maps to e2fsprogs.  I need to review the
+extent maps first/in parallel. 
+
+	Difficulty: High	Priority: Medium
+
+----------------------------------
+
+Need to deal with the case where the resize inode overlaps with the
+bad blocks inode.
+
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/aclocal.m4 b/e2fsprogs/aclocal.m4
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+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_RANLIB])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_ISC_POSIX])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_HEADER_STDC])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_C_CONST])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([bh_C_SIGNED])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_C_INLINE])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_TYPE_OFF_T])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_TYPE_SIZE_T])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_TYPE_WCHAR_T])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_TYPE_WINT_T])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_INTTYPES_H])
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_STDINT_H])
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_TYPE_INTMAX_T])
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_PRINTF_POSIX])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_FUNC_ALLOCA])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_FUNC_MMAP])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_GLIBC21])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_INTDIV0])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_TYPE_UINTMAX_T])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_HEADER_INTTYPES_H])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_INTTYPES_PRI])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([gl_XSIZE])dnl
+
+  AC_CHECK_TYPE([ptrdiff_t], ,
+    [AC_DEFINE([ptrdiff_t], [long],
+       [Define as the type of the result of subtracting two pointers, if the system doesn't define it.])
+    ])
+  AC_CHECK_HEADERS([argz.h limits.h locale.h nl_types.h malloc.h stddef.h \
+stdlib.h string.h unistd.h sys/param.h])
+  AC_CHECK_FUNCS([asprintf fwprintf getcwd getegid geteuid getgid getuid \
+mempcpy munmap putenv setenv setlocale snprintf stpcpy strcasecmp strdup \
+strtoul tsearch wcslen __argz_count __argz_stringify __argz_next \
+__fsetlocking])
+
+  dnl Use the _snprintf function only if it is declared (because on NetBSD it
+  dnl is defined as a weak alias of snprintf; we prefer to use the latter).
+  gt_CHECK_DECL(_snprintf, [#include <stdio.h>])
+  gt_CHECK_DECL(_snwprintf, [#include <stdio.h>])
+
+  dnl Use the *_unlocked functions only if they are declared.
+  dnl (because some of them were defined without being declared in Solaris
+  dnl 2.5.1 but were removed in Solaris 2.6, whereas we want binaries built
+  dnl on Solaris 2.5.1 to run on Solaris 2.6).
+  dnl Don't use AC_CHECK_DECLS because it isn't supported in autoconf-2.13.
+  gt_CHECK_DECL(feof_unlocked, [#include <stdio.h>])
+  gt_CHECK_DECL(fgets_unlocked, [#include <stdio.h>])
+  gt_CHECK_DECL(getc_unlocked, [#include <stdio.h>])
+
+  case $gt_cv_func_printf_posix in
+    *yes) HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF=1 ;;
+    *) HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF=0 ;;
+  esac
+  AC_SUBST([HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF])
+  if test "$ac_cv_func_asprintf" = yes; then
+    HAVE_ASPRINTF=1
+  else
+    HAVE_ASPRINTF=0
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST([HAVE_ASPRINTF])
+  if test "$ac_cv_func_snprintf" = yes; then
+    HAVE_SNPRINTF=1
+  else
+    HAVE_SNPRINTF=0
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST([HAVE_SNPRINTF])
+  if test "$ac_cv_func_wprintf" = yes; then
+    HAVE_WPRINTF=1
+  else
+    HAVE_WPRINTF=0
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST([HAVE_WPRINTF])
+
+  AM_ICONV
+  AM_LANGINFO_CODESET
+  if test $ac_cv_header_locale_h = yes; then
+    AM_LC_MESSAGES
+  fi
+
+  dnl intl/plural.c is generated from intl/plural.y. It requires bison,
+  dnl because plural.y uses bison specific features. It requires at least
+  dnl bison-1.26 because earlier versions generate a plural.c that doesn't
+  dnl compile.
+  dnl bison is only needed for the maintainer (who touches plural.y). But in
+  dnl order to avoid separate Makefiles or --enable-maintainer-mode, we put
+  dnl the rule in general Makefile. Now, some people carelessly touch the
+  dnl files or have a broken "make" program, hence the plural.c rule will
+  dnl sometimes fire. To avoid an error, defines BISON to ":" if it is not
+  dnl present or too old.
+  AC_CHECK_PROGS([INTLBISON], [bison])
+  if test -z "$INTLBISON"; then
+    ac_verc_fail=yes
+  else
+    dnl Found it, now check the version.
+    AC_MSG_CHECKING([version of bison])
+changequote(<<,>>)dnl
+    ac_prog_version=`$INTLBISON --version 2>&1 | sed -n 's/^.*GNU Bison.* \([0-9]*\.[0-9.]*\).*$/\1/p'`
+    case $ac_prog_version in
+      '') ac_prog_version="v. ?.??, bad"; ac_verc_fail=yes;;
+      1.2[6-9]* | 1.[3-9][0-9]* | [2-9].*)
+changequote([,])dnl
+         ac_prog_version="$ac_prog_version, ok"; ac_verc_fail=no;;
+      *) ac_prog_version="$ac_prog_version, bad"; ac_verc_fail=yes;;
+    esac
+    AC_MSG_RESULT([$ac_prog_version])
+  fi
+  if test $ac_verc_fail = yes; then
+    INTLBISON=:
+  fi
+])
+
+
+dnl gt_CHECK_DECL(FUNC, INCLUDES)
+dnl Check whether a function is declared.
+AC_DEFUN([gt_CHECK_DECL],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether $1 is declared], ac_cv_have_decl_$1,
+    [AC_TRY_COMPILE([$2], [
+#ifndef $1
+  char *p = (char *) $1;
+#endif
+], ac_cv_have_decl_$1=yes, ac_cv_have_decl_$1=no)])
+  if test $ac_cv_have_decl_$1 = yes; then
+    gt_value=1
+  else
+    gt_value=0
+  fi
+  AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([HAVE_DECL_]translit($1, [a-z], [A-Z]), [$gt_value],
+    [Define to 1 if you have the declaration of `$1', and to 0 if you don't.])
+])
+
+
+dnl Usage: AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION([gettext-version])
+AC_DEFUN([AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION], [])
+# glibc21.m4 serial 2 (fileutils-4.1.3, gettext-0.10.40)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2000-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+# Test for the GNU C Library, version 2.1 or newer.
+# From Bruno Haible.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_GLIBC21],
+  [
+    AC_CACHE_CHECK(whether we are using the GNU C Library 2.1 or newer,
+      ac_cv_gnu_library_2_1,
+      [AC_EGREP_CPP([Lucky GNU user],
+	[
+#include <features.h>
+#ifdef __GNU_LIBRARY__
+ #if (__GLIBC__ == 2 && __GLIBC_MINOR__ >= 1) || (__GLIBC__ > 2)
+  Lucky GNU user
+ #endif
+#endif
+	],
+	ac_cv_gnu_library_2_1=yes,
+	ac_cv_gnu_library_2_1=no)
+      ]
+    )
+    AC_SUBST(GLIBC21)
+    GLIBC21="$ac_cv_gnu_library_2_1"
+  ]
+)
+# iconv.m4 serial AM4 (gettext-0.11.3)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2000-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_ICONV_LINKFLAGS_BODY],
+[
+  dnl Prerequisites of AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY.
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_RPATH])
+
+  dnl Search for libiconv and define LIBICONV, LTLIBICONV and INCICONV
+  dnl accordingly.
+  AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY([iconv])
+])
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_ICONV_LINK],
+[
+  dnl Some systems have iconv in libc, some have it in libiconv (OSF/1 and
+  dnl those with the standalone portable GNU libiconv installed).
+
+  dnl Search for libiconv and define LIBICONV, LTLIBICONV and INCICONV
+  dnl accordingly.
+  AC_REQUIRE([AM_ICONV_LINKFLAGS_BODY])
+
+  dnl Add $INCICONV to CPPFLAGS before performing the following checks,
+  dnl because if the user has installed libiconv and not disabled its use
+  dnl via --without-libiconv-prefix, he wants to use it. The first
+  dnl AC_TRY_LINK will then fail, the second AC_TRY_LINK will succeed.
+  am_save_CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS"
+  AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR([CPPFLAGS], [$INCICONV])
+
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK(for iconv, am_cv_func_iconv, [
+    am_cv_func_iconv="no, consider installing GNU libiconv"
+    am_cv_lib_iconv=no
+    AC_TRY_LINK([#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <iconv.h>],
+      [iconv_t cd = iconv_open("","");
+       iconv(cd,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL);
+       iconv_close(cd);],
+      am_cv_func_iconv=yes)
+    if test "$am_cv_func_iconv" != yes; then
+      am_save_LIBS="$LIBS"
+      LIBS="$LIBS $LIBICONV"
+      AC_TRY_LINK([#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <iconv.h>],
+        [iconv_t cd = iconv_open("","");
+         iconv(cd,NULL,NULL,NULL,NULL);
+         iconv_close(cd);],
+        am_cv_lib_iconv=yes
+        am_cv_func_iconv=yes)
+      LIBS="$am_save_LIBS"
+    fi
+  ])
+  if test "$am_cv_func_iconv" = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_ICONV, 1, [Define if you have the iconv() function.])
+  fi
+  if test "$am_cv_lib_iconv" = yes; then
+    AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to link with libiconv])
+    AC_MSG_RESULT([$LIBICONV])
+  else
+    dnl If $LIBICONV didn't lead to a usable library, we don't need $INCICONV
+    dnl either.
+    CPPFLAGS="$am_save_CPPFLAGS"
+    LIBICONV=
+    LTLIBICONV=
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST(LIBICONV)
+  AC_SUBST(LTLIBICONV)
+])
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_ICONV],
+[
+  AM_ICONV_LINK
+  if test "$am_cv_func_iconv" = yes; then
+    AC_MSG_CHECKING([for iconv declaration])
+    AC_CACHE_VAL(am_cv_proto_iconv, [
+      AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <iconv.h>
+extern
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+"C"
+#endif
+#if defined(__STDC__) || defined(__cplusplus)
+size_t iconv (iconv_t cd, char * *inbuf, size_t *inbytesleft, char * *outbuf, size_t *outbytesleft);
+#else
+size_t iconv();
+#endif
+], [], am_cv_proto_iconv_arg1="", am_cv_proto_iconv_arg1="const")
+      am_cv_proto_iconv="extern size_t iconv (iconv_t cd, $am_cv_proto_iconv_arg1 char * *inbuf, size_t *inbytesleft, char * *outbuf, size_t *outbytesleft);"])
+    am_cv_proto_iconv=`echo "[$]am_cv_proto_iconv" | tr -s ' ' | sed -e 's/( /(/'`
+    AC_MSG_RESULT([$]{ac_t:-
+         }[$]am_cv_proto_iconv)
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(ICONV_CONST, $am_cv_proto_iconv_arg1,
+      [Define as const if the declaration of iconv() needs const.])
+  fi
+])
+# intdiv0.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.11.3)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_INTDIV0],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])dnl
+
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether integer division by zero raises SIGFPE],
+    gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe,
+    [
+      AC_TRY_RUN([
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <signal.h>
+
+static void
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+sigfpe_handler (int sig)
+#else
+sigfpe_handler (sig) int sig;
+#endif
+{
+  /* Exit with code 0 if SIGFPE, with code 1 if any other signal.  */
+  exit (sig != SIGFPE);
+}
+
+int x = 1;
+int y = 0;
+int z;
+int nan;
+
+int main ()
+{
+  signal (SIGFPE, sigfpe_handler);
+/* IRIX and AIX (when "xlc -qcheck" is used) yield signal SIGTRAP.  */
+#if (defined (__sgi) || defined (_AIX)) && defined (SIGTRAP)
+  signal (SIGTRAP, sigfpe_handler);
+#endif
+/* Linux/SPARC yields signal SIGILL.  */
+#if defined (__sparc__) && defined (__linux__)
+  signal (SIGILL, sigfpe_handler);
+#endif
+
+  z = x / y;
+  nan = y / y;
+  exit (1);
+}
+], gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe=yes, gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe=no,
+        [
+          # Guess based on the CPU.
+          case "$host_cpu" in
+            alpha* | i[34567]86 | m68k | s390*)
+              gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe="guessing yes";;
+            *)
+              gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe="guessing no";;
+          esac
+        ])
+    ])
+  case "$gt_cv_int_divbyzero_sigfpe" in
+    *yes) value=1;;
+    *) value=0;;
+  esac
+  AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(INTDIV0_RAISES_SIGFPE, $value,
+    [Define if integer division by zero raises signal SIGFPE.])
+])
+# intmax.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+dnl Test whether the system has the 'intmax_t' type, but don't attempt to
+dnl find a replacement if it is lacking.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_TYPE_INTMAX_T],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_INTTYPES_H])
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_STDINT_H])
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK(for intmax_t, gt_cv_c_intmax_t,
+    [AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+#include <stddef.h> 
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#if HAVE_STDINT_H_WITH_UINTMAX
+#include <stdint.h>
+#endif
+#if HAVE_INTTYPES_H_WITH_UINTMAX
+#include <inttypes.h>
+#endif
+], [intmax_t x = -1;], gt_cv_c_intmax_t=yes, gt_cv_c_intmax_t=no)])
+  if test $gt_cv_c_intmax_t = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_INTMAX_T, 1,
+      [Define if you have the 'intmax_t' type in <stdint.h> or <inttypes.h>.])
+  fi
+])
+# inttypes.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.11.4)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1997-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+# Define HAVE_INTTYPES_H if <inttypes.h> exists and doesn't clash with
+# <sys/types.h>.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_HEADER_INTTYPES_H],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for inttypes.h], gt_cv_header_inttypes_h,
+  [
+    AC_TRY_COMPILE(
+      [#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <inttypes.h>],
+      [], gt_cv_header_inttypes_h=yes, gt_cv_header_inttypes_h=no)
+  ])
+  if test $gt_cv_header_inttypes_h = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(HAVE_INTTYPES_H, 1,
+      [Define if <inttypes.h> exists and doesn't clash with <sys/types.h>.])
+  fi
+])
+# inttypes_h.m4 serial 5 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1997-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+# Define HAVE_INTTYPES_H_WITH_UINTMAX if <inttypes.h> exists,
+# doesn't clash with <sys/types.h>, and declares uintmax_t.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_AC_HEADER_INTTYPES_H],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for inttypes.h], jm_ac_cv_header_inttypes_h,
+  [AC_TRY_COMPILE(
+    [#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <inttypes.h>],
+    [uintmax_t i = (uintmax_t) -1;],
+    jm_ac_cv_header_inttypes_h=yes,
+    jm_ac_cv_header_inttypes_h=no)])
+  if test $jm_ac_cv_header_inttypes_h = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(HAVE_INTTYPES_H_WITH_UINTMAX, 1,
+      [Define if <inttypes.h> exists, doesn't clash with <sys/types.h>,
+       and declares uintmax_t. ])
+  fi
+])
+# inttypes-pri.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.11.4)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1997-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+# Define PRI_MACROS_BROKEN if <inttypes.h> exists and defines the PRI*
+# macros to non-string values.  This is the case on AIX 4.3.3.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_INTTYPES_PRI],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([gt_HEADER_INTTYPES_H])
+  if test $gt_cv_header_inttypes_h = yes; then
+    AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether the inttypes.h PRIxNN macros are broken],
+      gt_cv_inttypes_pri_broken,
+      [
+        AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <inttypes.h>
+#ifdef PRId32
+char *p = PRId32;
+#endif
+], [], gt_cv_inttypes_pri_broken=no, gt_cv_inttypes_pri_broken=yes)
+      ])
+  fi
+  if test "$gt_cv_inttypes_pri_broken" = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PRI_MACROS_BROKEN, 1,
+      [Define if <inttypes.h> exists and defines unusable PRI* macros.])
+  fi
+])
+# isc-posix.m4 serial 2 (gettext-0.11.2)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1995-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+# This file is not needed with autoconf-2.53 and newer.  Remove it in 2005.
+
+# This test replaces the one in autoconf.
+# Currently this macro should have the same name as the autoconf macro
+# because gettext's gettext.m4 (distributed in the automake package)
+# still uses it.  Otherwise, the use in gettext.m4 makes autoheader
+# give these diagnostics:
+#   configure.in:556: AC_TRY_COMPILE was called before AC_ISC_POSIX
+#   configure.in:556: AC_TRY_RUN was called before AC_ISC_POSIX
+
+undefine([AC_ISC_POSIX])
+
+AC_DEFUN([AC_ISC_POSIX],
+  [
+    dnl This test replaces the obsolescent AC_ISC_POSIX kludge.
+    AC_CHECK_LIB(cposix, strerror, [LIBS="$LIBS -lcposix"])
+  ]
+)
+# lcmessage.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.11.3)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1995-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+dnl
+dnl This file can can be used in projects which are not available under
+dnl the GNU General Public License or the GNU Library General Public
+dnl License but which still want to provide support for the GNU gettext
+dnl functionality.
+dnl Please note that the actual code of the GNU gettext library is covered
+dnl by the GNU Library General Public License, and the rest of the GNU
+dnl gettext package package is covered by the GNU General Public License.
+dnl They are *not* in the public domain.
+
+dnl Authors:
+dnl   Ulrich Drepper <drepper@cygnus.com>, 1995.
+
+# Check whether LC_MESSAGES is available in <locale.h>.
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_LC_MESSAGES],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for LC_MESSAGES], am_cv_val_LC_MESSAGES,
+    [AC_TRY_LINK([#include <locale.h>], [return LC_MESSAGES],
+       am_cv_val_LC_MESSAGES=yes, am_cv_val_LC_MESSAGES=no)])
+  if test $am_cv_val_LC_MESSAGES = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LC_MESSAGES, 1,
+      [Define if your <locale.h> file defines LC_MESSAGES.])
+  fi
+])
+# lib-ld.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.13)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1996-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl Subroutines of libtool.m4,
+dnl with replacements s/AC_/AC_LIB/ and s/lt_cv/acl_cv/ to avoid collision
+dnl with libtool.m4.
+
+dnl From libtool-1.4. Sets the variable with_gnu_ld to yes or no.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_PROG_LD_GNU],
+[AC_CACHE_CHECK([if the linker ($LD) is GNU ld], acl_cv_prog_gnu_ld,
+[# I'd rather use --version here, but apparently some GNU ld's only accept -v.
+case `$LD -v 2>&1 </dev/null` in
+*GNU* | *'with BFD'*)
+  acl_cv_prog_gnu_ld=yes ;;
+*)
+  acl_cv_prog_gnu_ld=no ;;
+esac])
+with_gnu_ld=$acl_cv_prog_gnu_ld
+])
+
+dnl From libtool-1.4. Sets the variable LD.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_PROG_LD],
+[AC_ARG_WITH(gnu-ld,
+[  --with-gnu-ld           assume the C compiler uses GNU ld [default=no]],
+test "$withval" = no || with_gnu_ld=yes, with_gnu_ld=no)
+AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])dnl
+AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])dnl
+# Prepare PATH_SEPARATOR.
+# The user is always right.
+if test "${PATH_SEPARATOR+set}" != set; then
+  echo "#! /bin/sh" >conf$$.sh
+  echo  "exit 0"   >>conf$$.sh
+  chmod +x conf$$.sh
+  if (PATH="/nonexistent;."; conf$$.sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+    PATH_SEPARATOR=';'
+  else
+    PATH_SEPARATOR=:
+  fi
+  rm -f conf$$.sh
+fi
+ac_prog=ld
+if test "$GCC" = yes; then
+  # Check if gcc -print-prog-name=ld gives a path.
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING([for ld used by GCC])
+  case $host in
+  *-*-mingw*)
+    # gcc leaves a trailing carriage return which upsets mingw
+    ac_prog=`($CC -print-prog-name=ld) 2>&5 | tr -d '\015'` ;;
+  *)
+    ac_prog=`($CC -print-prog-name=ld) 2>&5` ;;
+  esac
+  case $ac_prog in
+    # Accept absolute paths.
+    [[\\/]* | [A-Za-z]:[\\/]*)]
+      [re_direlt='/[^/][^/]*/\.\./']
+      # Canonicalize the path of ld
+      ac_prog=`echo $ac_prog| sed 's%\\\\%/%g'`
+      while echo $ac_prog | grep "$re_direlt" > /dev/null 2>&1; do
+	ac_prog=`echo $ac_prog| sed "s%$re_direlt%/%"`
+      done
+      test -z "$LD" && LD="$ac_prog"
+      ;;
+  "")
+    # If it fails, then pretend we aren't using GCC.
+    ac_prog=ld
+    ;;
+  *)
+    # If it is relative, then search for the first ld in PATH.
+    with_gnu_ld=unknown
+    ;;
+  esac
+elif test "$with_gnu_ld" = yes; then
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING([for GNU ld])
+else
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING([for non-GNU ld])
+fi
+AC_CACHE_VAL(acl_cv_path_LD,
+[if test -z "$LD"; then
+  IFS="${IFS= 	}"; ac_save_ifs="$IFS"; IFS="${IFS}${PATH_SEPARATOR-:}"
+  for ac_dir in $PATH; do
+    test -z "$ac_dir" && ac_dir=.
+    if test -f "$ac_dir/$ac_prog" || test -f "$ac_dir/$ac_prog$ac_exeext"; then
+      acl_cv_path_LD="$ac_dir/$ac_prog"
+      # Check to see if the program is GNU ld.  I'd rather use --version,
+      # but apparently some GNU ld's only accept -v.
+      # Break only if it was the GNU/non-GNU ld that we prefer.
+      case `"$acl_cv_path_LD" -v 2>&1 < /dev/null` in
+      *GNU* | *'with BFD'*)
+	test "$with_gnu_ld" != no && break ;;
+      *)
+	test "$with_gnu_ld" != yes && break ;;
+      esac
+    fi
+  done
+  IFS="$ac_save_ifs"
+else
+  acl_cv_path_LD="$LD" # Let the user override the test with a path.
+fi])
+LD="$acl_cv_path_LD"
+if test -n "$LD"; then
+  AC_MSG_RESULT($LD)
+else
+  AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
+fi
+test -z "$LD" && AC_MSG_ERROR([no acceptable ld found in \$PATH])
+AC_LIB_PROG_LD_GNU
+])
+# lib-link.m4 serial 4 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2001-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+dnl AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS(name [, dependencies]) searches for libname and
+dnl the libraries corresponding to explicit and implicit dependencies.
+dnl Sets and AC_SUBSTs the LIB${NAME} and LTLIB${NAME} variables and
+dnl augments the CPPFLAGS variable.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_RPATH])
+  define([Name],[translit([$1],[./-], [___])])
+  define([NAME],[translit([$1],[abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz./-],
+                               [ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ___])])
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([how to link with lib[]$1], [ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_libs], [
+    AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY([$1], [$2])
+    ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_libs="$LIB[]NAME"
+    ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_ltlibs="$LTLIB[]NAME"
+    ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_cppflags="$INC[]NAME"
+  ])
+  LIB[]NAME="$ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_libs"
+  LTLIB[]NAME="$ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_ltlibs"
+  INC[]NAME="$ac_cv_lib[]Name[]_cppflags"
+  AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR([CPPFLAGS], [$INC]NAME)
+  AC_SUBST([LIB]NAME)
+  AC_SUBST([LTLIB]NAME)
+  dnl Also set HAVE_LIB[]NAME so that AC_LIB_HAVE_LINKFLAGS can reuse the
+  dnl results of this search when this library appears as a dependency.
+  HAVE_LIB[]NAME=yes
+  undefine([Name])
+  undefine([NAME])
+])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_HAVE_LINKFLAGS(name, dependencies, includes, testcode)
+dnl searches for libname and the libraries corresponding to explicit and
+dnl implicit dependencies, together with the specified include files and
+dnl the ability to compile and link the specified testcode. If found, it
+dnl sets and AC_SUBSTs HAVE_LIB${NAME}=yes and the LIB${NAME} and
+dnl LTLIB${NAME} variables and augments the CPPFLAGS variable, and
+dnl #defines HAVE_LIB${NAME} to 1. Otherwise, it sets and AC_SUBSTs
+dnl HAVE_LIB${NAME}=no and LIB${NAME} and LTLIB${NAME} to empty.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_HAVE_LINKFLAGS],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_RPATH])
+  define([Name],[translit([$1],[./-], [___])])
+  define([NAME],[translit([$1],[abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz./-],
+                               [ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ___])])
+
+  dnl Search for lib[]Name and define LIB[]NAME, LTLIB[]NAME and INC[]NAME
+  dnl accordingly.
+  AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY([$1], [$2])
+
+  dnl Add $INC[]NAME to CPPFLAGS before performing the following checks,
+  dnl because if the user has installed lib[]Name and not disabled its use
+  dnl via --without-lib[]Name-prefix, he wants to use it.
+  ac_save_CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS"
+  AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR([CPPFLAGS], [$INC]NAME)
+
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for lib[]$1], [ac_cv_lib[]Name], [
+    ac_save_LIBS="$LIBS"
+    LIBS="$LIBS $LIB[]NAME"
+    AC_TRY_LINK([$3], [$4], [ac_cv_lib[]Name=yes], [ac_cv_lib[]Name=no])
+    LIBS="$ac_save_LIBS"
+  ])
+  if test "$ac_cv_lib[]Name" = yes; then
+    HAVE_LIB[]NAME=yes
+    AC_DEFINE([HAVE_LIB]NAME, 1, [Define if you have the $1 library.])
+    AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to link with lib[]$1])
+    AC_MSG_RESULT([$LIB[]NAME])
+  else
+    HAVE_LIB[]NAME=no
+    dnl If $LIB[]NAME didn't lead to a usable library, we don't need
+    dnl $INC[]NAME either.
+    CPPFLAGS="$ac_save_CPPFLAGS"
+    LIB[]NAME=
+    LTLIB[]NAME=
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST([HAVE_LIB]NAME)
+  AC_SUBST([LIB]NAME)
+  AC_SUBST([LTLIB]NAME)
+  undefine([Name])
+  undefine([NAME])
+])
+
+dnl Determine the platform dependent parameters needed to use rpath:
+dnl libext, shlibext, hardcode_libdir_flag_spec, hardcode_libdir_separator,
+dnl hardcode_direct, hardcode_minus_L.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_RPATH],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])                dnl we use $CC, $GCC, $LDFLAGS
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PROG_LD])            dnl we use $LD, $with_gnu_ld
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])         dnl we use $host
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR_DEFAULT]) dnl we use $ac_aux_dir
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for shared library run path origin], acl_cv_rpath, [
+    CC="$CC" GCC="$GCC" LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS" LD="$LD" with_gnu_ld="$with_gnu_ld" \
+    ${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh} "$ac_aux_dir/config.rpath" "$host" > conftest.sh
+    . ./conftest.sh
+    rm -f ./conftest.sh
+    acl_cv_rpath=done
+  ])
+  wl="$acl_cv_wl"
+  libext="$acl_cv_libext"
+  shlibext="$acl_cv_shlibext"
+  hardcode_libdir_flag_spec="$acl_cv_hardcode_libdir_flag_spec"
+  hardcode_libdir_separator="$acl_cv_hardcode_libdir_separator"
+  hardcode_direct="$acl_cv_hardcode_direct"
+  hardcode_minus_L="$acl_cv_hardcode_minus_L"
+  dnl Determine whether the user wants rpath handling at all.
+  AC_ARG_ENABLE(rpath,
+    [  --disable-rpath         do not hardcode runtime library paths],
+    :, enable_rpath=yes)
+])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY(name [, dependencies]) searches for libname and
+dnl the libraries corresponding to explicit and implicit dependencies.
+dnl Sets the LIB${NAME}, LTLIB${NAME} and INC${NAME} variables.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY],
+[
+  define([NAME],[translit([$1],[abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz./-],
+                               [ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ___])])
+  dnl By default, look in $includedir and $libdir.
+  use_additional=yes
+  AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([
+    eval additional_includedir=\"$includedir\"
+    eval additional_libdir=\"$libdir\"
+  ])
+  AC_LIB_ARG_WITH([lib$1-prefix],
+[  --with-lib$1-prefix[=DIR]  search for lib$1 in DIR/include and DIR/lib
+  --without-lib$1-prefix     don't search for lib$1 in includedir and libdir],
+[
+    if test "X$withval" = "Xno"; then
+      use_additional=no
+    else
+      if test "X$withval" = "X"; then
+        AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([
+          eval additional_includedir=\"$includedir\"
+          eval additional_libdir=\"$libdir\"
+        ])
+      else
+        additional_includedir="$withval/include"
+        additional_libdir="$withval/lib"
+      fi
+    fi
+])
+  dnl Search the library and its dependencies in $additional_libdir and
+  dnl $LDFLAGS. Using breadth-first-seach.
+  LIB[]NAME=
+  LTLIB[]NAME=
+  INC[]NAME=
+  rpathdirs=
+  ltrpathdirs=
+  names_already_handled=
+  names_next_round='$1 $2'
+  while test -n "$names_next_round"; do
+    names_this_round="$names_next_round"
+    names_next_round=
+    for name in $names_this_round; do
+      already_handled=
+      for n in $names_already_handled; do
+        if test "$n" = "$name"; then
+          already_handled=yes
+          break
+        fi
+      done
+      if test -z "$already_handled"; then
+        names_already_handled="$names_already_handled $name"
+        dnl See if it was already located by an earlier AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS
+        dnl or AC_LIB_HAVE_LINKFLAGS call.
+        uppername=`echo "$name" | sed -e 'y|abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz./-|ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ___|'`
+        eval value=\"\$HAVE_LIB$uppername\"
+        if test -n "$value"; then
+          if test "$value" = yes; then
+            eval value=\"\$LIB$uppername\"
+            test -z "$value" || LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$value"
+            eval value=\"\$LTLIB$uppername\"
+            test -z "$value" || LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }$value"
+          else
+            dnl An earlier call to AC_LIB_HAVE_LINKFLAGS has determined
+            dnl that this library doesn't exist. So just drop it.
+            :
+          fi
+        else
+          dnl Search the library lib$name in $additional_libdir and $LDFLAGS
+          dnl and the already constructed $LIBNAME/$LTLIBNAME.
+          found_dir=
+          found_la=
+          found_so=
+          found_a=
+          if test $use_additional = yes; then
+            if test -n "$shlibext" && test -f "$additional_libdir/lib$name.$shlibext"; then
+              found_dir="$additional_libdir"
+              found_so="$additional_libdir/lib$name.$shlibext"
+              if test -f "$additional_libdir/lib$name.la"; then
+                found_la="$additional_libdir/lib$name.la"
+              fi
+            else
+              if test -f "$additional_libdir/lib$name.$libext"; then
+                found_dir="$additional_libdir"
+                found_a="$additional_libdir/lib$name.$libext"
+                if test -f "$additional_libdir/lib$name.la"; then
+                  found_la="$additional_libdir/lib$name.la"
+                fi
+              fi
+            fi
+          fi
+          if test "X$found_dir" = "X"; then
+            for x in $LDFLAGS $LTLIB[]NAME; do
+              AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+              case "$x" in
+                -L*)
+                  dir=`echo "X$x" | sed -e 's/^X-L//'`
+                  if test -n "$shlibext" && test -f "$dir/lib$name.$shlibext"; then
+                    found_dir="$dir"
+                    found_so="$dir/lib$name.$shlibext"
+                    if test -f "$dir/lib$name.la"; then
+                      found_la="$dir/lib$name.la"
+                    fi
+                  else
+                    if test -f "$dir/lib$name.$libext"; then
+                      found_dir="$dir"
+                      found_a="$dir/lib$name.$libext"
+                      if test -f "$dir/lib$name.la"; then
+                        found_la="$dir/lib$name.la"
+                      fi
+                    fi
+                  fi
+                  ;;
+              esac
+              if test "X$found_dir" != "X"; then
+                break
+              fi
+            done
+          fi
+          if test "X$found_dir" != "X"; then
+            dnl Found the library.
+            LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }-L$found_dir -l$name"
+            if test "X$found_so" != "X"; then
+              dnl Linking with a shared library. We attempt to hardcode its
+              dnl directory into the executable's runpath, unless it's the
+              dnl standard /usr/lib.
+              if test "$enable_rpath" = no || test "X$found_dir" = "X/usr/lib"; then
+                dnl No hardcoding is needed.
+                LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$found_so"
+              else
+                dnl Use an explicit option to hardcode DIR into the resulting
+                dnl binary.
+                dnl Potentially add DIR to ltrpathdirs.
+                dnl The ltrpathdirs will be appended to $LTLIBNAME at the end.
+                haveit=
+                for x in $ltrpathdirs; do
+                  if test "X$x" = "X$found_dir"; then
+                    haveit=yes
+                    break
+                  fi
+                done
+                if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                  ltrpathdirs="$ltrpathdirs $found_dir"
+                fi
+                dnl The hardcoding into $LIBNAME is system dependent.
+                if test "$hardcode_direct" = yes; then
+                  dnl Using DIR/libNAME.so during linking hardcodes DIR into the
+                  dnl resulting binary.
+                  LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$found_so"
+                else
+                  if test -n "$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec" && test "$hardcode_minus_L" = no; then
+                    dnl Use an explicit option to hardcode DIR into the resulting
+                    dnl binary.
+                    LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$found_so"
+                    dnl Potentially add DIR to rpathdirs.
+                    dnl The rpathdirs will be appended to $LIBNAME at the end.
+                    haveit=
+                    for x in $rpathdirs; do
+                      if test "X$x" = "X$found_dir"; then
+                        haveit=yes
+                        break
+                      fi
+                    done
+                    if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                      rpathdirs="$rpathdirs $found_dir"
+                    fi
+                  else
+                    dnl Rely on "-L$found_dir".
+                    dnl But don't add it if it's already contained in the LDFLAGS
+                    dnl or the already constructed $LIBNAME
+                    haveit=
+                    for x in $LDFLAGS $LIB[]NAME; do
+                      AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+                      if test "X$x" = "X-L$found_dir"; then
+                        haveit=yes
+                        break
+                      fi
+                    done
+                    if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                      LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }-L$found_dir"
+                    fi
+                    if test "$hardcode_minus_L" != no; then
+                      dnl FIXME: Not sure whether we should use
+                      dnl "-L$found_dir -l$name" or "-L$found_dir $found_so"
+                      dnl here.
+                      LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$found_so"
+                    else
+                      dnl We cannot use $hardcode_runpath_var and LD_RUN_PATH
+                      dnl here, because this doesn't fit in flags passed to the
+                      dnl compiler. So give up. No hardcoding. This affects only
+                      dnl very old systems.
+                      dnl FIXME: Not sure whether we should use
+                      dnl "-L$found_dir -l$name" or "-L$found_dir $found_so"
+                      dnl here.
+                      LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }-l$name"
+                    fi
+                  fi
+                fi
+              fi
+            else
+              if test "X$found_a" != "X"; then
+                dnl Linking with a static library.
+                LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$found_a"
+              else
+                dnl We shouldn't come here, but anyway it's good to have a
+                dnl fallback.
+                LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }-L$found_dir -l$name"
+              fi
+            fi
+            dnl Assume the include files are nearby.
+            additional_includedir=
+            case "$found_dir" in
+              */lib | */lib/)
+                basedir=`echo "X$found_dir" | sed -e 's,^X,,' -e 's,/lib/*$,,'`
+                additional_includedir="$basedir/include"
+                ;;
+            esac
+            if test "X$additional_includedir" != "X"; then
+              dnl Potentially add $additional_includedir to $INCNAME.
+              dnl But don't add it
+              dnl   1. if it's the standard /usr/include,
+              dnl   2. if it's /usr/local/include and we are using GCC on Linux,
+              dnl   3. if it's already present in $CPPFLAGS or the already
+              dnl      constructed $INCNAME,
+              dnl   4. if it doesn't exist as a directory.
+              if test "X$additional_includedir" != "X/usr/include"; then
+                haveit=
+                if test "X$additional_includedir" = "X/usr/local/include"; then
+                  if test -n "$GCC"; then
+                    case $host_os in
+                      linux*) haveit=yes;;
+                    esac
+                  fi
+                fi
+                if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                  for x in $CPPFLAGS $INC[]NAME; do
+                    AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+                    if test "X$x" = "X-I$additional_includedir"; then
+                      haveit=yes
+                      break
+                    fi
+                  done
+                  if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                    if test -d "$additional_includedir"; then
+                      dnl Really add $additional_includedir to $INCNAME.
+                      INC[]NAME="${INC[]NAME}${INC[]NAME:+ }-I$additional_includedir"
+                    fi
+                  fi
+                fi
+              fi
+            fi
+            dnl Look for dependencies.
+            if test -n "$found_la"; then
+              dnl Read the .la file. It defines the variables
+              dnl dlname, library_names, old_library, dependency_libs, current,
+              dnl age, revision, installed, dlopen, dlpreopen, libdir.
+              save_libdir="$libdir"
+              case "$found_la" in
+                */* | *\\*) . "$found_la" ;;
+                *) . "./$found_la" ;;
+              esac
+              libdir="$save_libdir"
+              dnl We use only dependency_libs.
+              for dep in $dependency_libs; do
+                case "$dep" in
+                  -L*)
+                    additional_libdir=`echo "X$dep" | sed -e 's/^X-L//'`
+                    dnl Potentially add $additional_libdir to $LIBNAME and $LTLIBNAME.
+                    dnl But don't add it
+                    dnl   1. if it's the standard /usr/lib,
+                    dnl   2. if it's /usr/local/lib and we are using GCC on Linux,
+                    dnl   3. if it's already present in $LDFLAGS or the already
+                    dnl      constructed $LIBNAME,
+                    dnl   4. if it doesn't exist as a directory.
+                    if test "X$additional_libdir" != "X/usr/lib"; then
+                      haveit=
+                      if test "X$additional_libdir" = "X/usr/local/lib"; then
+                        if test -n "$GCC"; then
+                          case $host_os in
+                            linux*) haveit=yes;;
+                          esac
+                        fi
+                      fi
+                      if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                        haveit=
+                        for x in $LDFLAGS $LIB[]NAME; do
+                          AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+                          if test "X$x" = "X-L$additional_libdir"; then
+                            haveit=yes
+                            break
+                          fi
+                        done
+                        if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                          if test -d "$additional_libdir"; then
+                            dnl Really add $additional_libdir to $LIBNAME.
+                            LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }-L$additional_libdir"
+                          fi
+                        fi
+                        haveit=
+                        for x in $LDFLAGS $LTLIB[]NAME; do
+                          AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+                          if test "X$x" = "X-L$additional_libdir"; then
+                            haveit=yes
+                            break
+                          fi
+                        done
+                        if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                          if test -d "$additional_libdir"; then
+                            dnl Really add $additional_libdir to $LTLIBNAME.
+                            LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }-L$additional_libdir"
+                          fi
+                        fi
+                      fi
+                    fi
+                    ;;
+                  -R*)
+                    dir=`echo "X$dep" | sed -e 's/^X-R//'`
+                    if test "$enable_rpath" != no; then
+                      dnl Potentially add DIR to rpathdirs.
+                      dnl The rpathdirs will be appended to $LIBNAME at the end.
+                      haveit=
+                      for x in $rpathdirs; do
+                        if test "X$x" = "X$dir"; then
+                          haveit=yes
+                          break
+                        fi
+                      done
+                      if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                        rpathdirs="$rpathdirs $dir"
+                      fi
+                      dnl Potentially add DIR to ltrpathdirs.
+                      dnl The ltrpathdirs will be appended to $LTLIBNAME at the end.
+                      haveit=
+                      for x in $ltrpathdirs; do
+                        if test "X$x" = "X$dir"; then
+                          haveit=yes
+                          break
+                        fi
+                      done
+                      if test -z "$haveit"; then
+                        ltrpathdirs="$ltrpathdirs $dir"
+                      fi
+                    fi
+                    ;;
+                  -l*)
+                    dnl Handle this in the next round.
+                    names_next_round="$names_next_round "`echo "X$dep" | sed -e 's/^X-l//'`
+                    ;;
+                  *.la)
+                    dnl Handle this in the next round. Throw away the .la's
+                    dnl directory; it is already contained in a preceding -L
+                    dnl option.
+                    names_next_round="$names_next_round "`echo "X$dep" | sed -e 's,^X.*/,,' -e 's,^lib,,' -e 's,\.la$,,'`
+                    ;;
+                  *)
+                    dnl Most likely an immediate library name.
+                    LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$dep"
+                    LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }$dep"
+                    ;;
+                esac
+              done
+            fi
+          else
+            dnl Didn't find the library; assume it is in the system directories
+            dnl known to the linker and runtime loader. (All the system
+            dnl directories known to the linker should also be known to the
+            dnl runtime loader, otherwise the system is severely misconfigured.)
+            LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }-l$name"
+            LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }-l$name"
+          fi
+        fi
+      fi
+    done
+  done
+  if test "X$rpathdirs" != "X"; then
+    if test -n "$hardcode_libdir_separator"; then
+      dnl Weird platform: only the last -rpath option counts, the user must
+      dnl pass all path elements in one option. We can arrange that for a
+      dnl single library, but not when more than one $LIBNAMEs are used.
+      alldirs=
+      for found_dir in $rpathdirs; do
+        alldirs="${alldirs}${alldirs:+$hardcode_libdir_separator}$found_dir"
+      done
+      dnl Note: hardcode_libdir_flag_spec uses $libdir and $wl.
+      acl_save_libdir="$libdir"
+      libdir="$alldirs"
+      eval flag=\"$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec\"
+      libdir="$acl_save_libdir"
+      LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$flag"
+    else
+      dnl The -rpath options are cumulative.
+      for found_dir in $rpathdirs; do
+        acl_save_libdir="$libdir"
+        libdir="$found_dir"
+        eval flag=\"$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec\"
+        libdir="$acl_save_libdir"
+        LIB[]NAME="${LIB[]NAME}${LIB[]NAME:+ }$flag"
+      done
+    fi
+  fi
+  if test "X$ltrpathdirs" != "X"; then
+    dnl When using libtool, the option that works for both libraries and
+    dnl executables is -R. The -R options are cumulative.
+    for found_dir in $ltrpathdirs; do
+      LTLIB[]NAME="${LTLIB[]NAME}${LTLIB[]NAME:+ }-R$found_dir"
+    done
+  fi
+])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR(VAR, CONTENTS) appends the elements of CONTENTS to VAR,
+dnl unless already present in VAR.
+dnl Works only for CPPFLAGS, not for LIB* variables because that sometimes
+dnl contains two or three consecutive elements that belong together.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR],
+[
+  for element in [$2]; do
+    haveit=
+    for x in $[$1]; do
+      AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+      if test "X$x" = "X$element"; then
+        haveit=yes
+        break
+      fi
+    done
+    if test -z "$haveit"; then
+      [$1]="${[$1]}${[$1]:+ }$element"
+    fi
+  done
+])
+# lib-prefix.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.13)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2001-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+dnl AC_LIB_ARG_WITH is synonymous to AC_ARG_WITH in autoconf-2.13, and
+dnl similar to AC_ARG_WITH in autoconf 2.52...2.57 except that is doesn't
+dnl require excessive bracketing.
+ifdef([AC_HELP_STRING],
+[AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_ARG_WITH], [AC_ARG_WITH([$1],[[$2]],[$3],[$4])])],
+[AC_DEFUN([AC_][LIB_ARG_WITH], [AC_ARG_WITH([$1],[$2],[$3],[$4])])])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_PREFIX adds to the CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS the flags that are needed
+dnl to access previously installed libraries. The basic assumption is that
+dnl a user will want packages to use other packages he previously installed
+dnl with the same --prefix option.
+dnl This macro is not needed if only AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS is used to locate
+dnl libraries, but is otherwise very convenient.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_PREFIX],
+[
+  AC_BEFORE([$0], [AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX])
+  dnl By default, look in $includedir and $libdir.
+  use_additional=yes
+  AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([
+    eval additional_includedir=\"$includedir\"
+    eval additional_libdir=\"$libdir\"
+  ])
+  AC_LIB_ARG_WITH([lib-prefix],
+[  --with-lib-prefix[=DIR] search for libraries in DIR/include and DIR/lib
+  --without-lib-prefix    don't search for libraries in includedir and libdir],
+[
+    if test "X$withval" = "Xno"; then
+      use_additional=no
+    else
+      if test "X$withval" = "X"; then
+        AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([
+          eval additional_includedir=\"$includedir\"
+          eval additional_libdir=\"$libdir\"
+        ])
+      else
+        additional_includedir="$withval/include"
+        additional_libdir="$withval/lib"
+      fi
+    fi
+])
+  if test $use_additional = yes; then
+    dnl Potentially add $additional_includedir to $CPPFLAGS.
+    dnl But don't add it
+    dnl   1. if it's the standard /usr/include,
+    dnl   2. if it's already present in $CPPFLAGS,
+    dnl   3. if it's /usr/local/include and we are using GCC on Linux,
+    dnl   4. if it doesn't exist as a directory.
+    if test "X$additional_includedir" != "X/usr/include"; then
+      haveit=
+      for x in $CPPFLAGS; do
+        AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+        if test "X$x" = "X-I$additional_includedir"; then
+          haveit=yes
+          break
+        fi
+      done
+      if test -z "$haveit"; then
+        if test "X$additional_includedir" = "X/usr/local/include"; then
+          if test -n "$GCC"; then
+            case $host_os in
+              linux*) haveit=yes;;
+            esac
+          fi
+        fi
+        if test -z "$haveit"; then
+          if test -d "$additional_includedir"; then
+            dnl Really add $additional_includedir to $CPPFLAGS.
+            CPPFLAGS="${CPPFLAGS}${CPPFLAGS:+ }-I$additional_includedir"
+          fi
+        fi
+      fi
+    fi
+    dnl Potentially add $additional_libdir to $LDFLAGS.
+    dnl But don't add it
+    dnl   1. if it's the standard /usr/lib,
+    dnl   2. if it's already present in $LDFLAGS,
+    dnl   3. if it's /usr/local/lib and we are using GCC on Linux,
+    dnl   4. if it doesn't exist as a directory.
+    if test "X$additional_libdir" != "X/usr/lib"; then
+      haveit=
+      for x in $LDFLAGS; do
+        AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([eval x=\"$x\"])
+        if test "X$x" = "X-L$additional_libdir"; then
+          haveit=yes
+          break
+        fi
+      done
+      if test -z "$haveit"; then
+        if test "X$additional_libdir" = "X/usr/local/lib"; then
+          if test -n "$GCC"; then
+            case $host_os in
+              linux*) haveit=yes;;
+            esac
+          fi
+        fi
+        if test -z "$haveit"; then
+          if test -d "$additional_libdir"; then
+            dnl Really add $additional_libdir to $LDFLAGS.
+            LDFLAGS="${LDFLAGS}${LDFLAGS:+ }-L$additional_libdir"
+          fi
+        fi
+      fi
+    fi
+  fi
+])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX creates variables acl_final_prefix,
+dnl acl_final_exec_prefix, containing the values to which $prefix and
+dnl $exec_prefix will expand at the end of the configure script.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX],
+[
+  dnl Unfortunately, prefix and exec_prefix get only finally determined
+  dnl at the end of configure.
+  if test "X$prefix" = "XNONE"; then
+    acl_final_prefix="$ac_default_prefix"
+  else
+    acl_final_prefix="$prefix"
+  fi
+  if test "X$exec_prefix" = "XNONE"; then
+    acl_final_exec_prefix='${prefix}'
+  else
+    acl_final_exec_prefix="$exec_prefix"
+  fi
+  acl_save_prefix="$prefix"
+  prefix="$acl_final_prefix"
+  eval acl_final_exec_prefix=\"$acl_final_exec_prefix\"
+  prefix="$acl_save_prefix"
+])
+
+dnl AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX([statement]) evaluates statement, with the
+dnl variables prefix and exec_prefix bound to the values they will have
+dnl at the end of the configure script.
+AC_DEFUN([AC_LIB_WITH_FINAL_PREFIX],
+[
+  acl_save_prefix="$prefix"
+  prefix="$acl_final_prefix"
+  acl_save_exec_prefix="$exec_prefix"
+  exec_prefix="$acl_final_exec_prefix"
+  $1
+  exec_prefix="$acl_save_exec_prefix"
+  prefix="$acl_save_prefix"
+])
+# longdouble.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+dnl Test whether the compiler supports the 'long double' type.
+dnl Prerequisite: AC_PROG_CC
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for long double], gt_cv_c_long_double,
+    [if test "$GCC" = yes; then
+       gt_cv_c_long_double=yes
+     else
+       AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+         /* The Stardent Vistra knows sizeof(long double), but does not support it.  */
+         long double foo = 0.0;
+         /* On Ultrix 4.3 cc, long double is 4 and double is 8.  */
+         int array [2*(sizeof(long double) >= sizeof(double)) - 1];
+         ], ,
+         gt_cv_c_long_double=yes, gt_cv_c_long_double=no)
+     fi])
+  if test $gt_cv_c_long_double = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LONG_DOUBLE, 1, [Define if you have the 'long double' type.])
+  fi
+])
+# longlong.m4 serial 4
+dnl Copyright (C) 1999-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+# Define HAVE_LONG_LONG if 'long long' works.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for long long], ac_cv_type_long_long,
+  [AC_TRY_LINK([long long ll = 1LL; int i = 63;],
+    [long long llmax = (long long) -1;
+     return ll << i | ll >> i | llmax / ll | llmax % ll;],
+    ac_cv_type_long_long=yes,
+    ac_cv_type_long_long=no)])
+  if test $ac_cv_type_long_long = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LONG_LONG, 1,
+      [Define if you have the 'long long' type.])
+  fi
+])
+# nls.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1995-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+dnl
+dnl This file can can be used in projects which are not available under
+dnl the GNU General Public License or the GNU Library General Public
+dnl License but which still want to provide support for the GNU gettext
+dnl functionality.
+dnl Please note that the actual code of the GNU gettext library is covered
+dnl by the GNU Library General Public License, and the rest of the GNU
+dnl gettext package package is covered by the GNU General Public License.
+dnl They are *not* in the public domain.
+
+dnl Authors:
+dnl   Ulrich Drepper <drepper@cygnus.com>, 1995-2000.
+dnl   Bruno Haible <haible@clisp.cons.org>, 2000-2003.
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_NLS],
+[
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether NLS is requested])
+  dnl Default is enabled NLS
+  AC_ARG_ENABLE(nls,
+    [  --disable-nls           do not use Native Language Support],
+    USE_NLS=$enableval, USE_NLS=yes)
+  AC_MSG_RESULT($USE_NLS)
+  AC_SUBST(USE_NLS)
+])
+
+AC_DEFUN([AM_MKINSTALLDIRS],
+[
+  dnl If the AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR macro for autoconf is used we possibly
+  dnl find the mkinstalldirs script in another subdir but $(top_srcdir).
+  dnl Try to locate it.
+  MKINSTALLDIRS=
+  if test -n "$ac_aux_dir"; then
+    case "$ac_aux_dir" in
+      /*) MKINSTALLDIRS="$ac_aux_dir/mkinstalldirs" ;;
+      *) MKINSTALLDIRS="\$(top_builddir)/$ac_aux_dir/mkinstalldirs" ;;
+    esac
+  fi
+  if test -z "$MKINSTALLDIRS"; then
+    MKINSTALLDIRS="\$(top_srcdir)/mkinstalldirs"
+  fi
+  AC_SUBST(MKINSTALLDIRS)
+])
+# po.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.14)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1995-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+dnl
+dnl This file can can be used in projects which are not available under
+dnl the GNU General Public License or the GNU Library General Public
+dnl License but which still want to provide support for the GNU gettext
+dnl functionality.
+dnl Please note that the actual code of the GNU gettext library is covered
+dnl by the GNU Library General Public License, and the rest of the GNU
+dnl gettext package package is covered by the GNU General Public License.
+dnl They are *not* in the public domain.
+
+dnl Authors:
+dnl   Ulrich Drepper <drepper@cygnus.com>, 1995-2000.
+dnl   Bruno Haible <haible@clisp.cons.org>, 2000-2003.
+
+dnl Checks for all prerequisites of the po subdirectory.
+AC_DEFUN([AM_PO_SUBDIRS],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_MAKE_SET])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_INSTALL])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AM_MKINSTALLDIRS])dnl
+  AC_REQUIRE([AM_NLS])dnl
+
+  dnl Perform the following tests also if --disable-nls has been given,
+  dnl because they are needed for "make dist" to work.
+
+  dnl Search for GNU msgfmt in the PATH.
+  dnl The first test excludes Solaris msgfmt and early GNU msgfmt versions.
+  dnl The second test excludes FreeBSD msgfmt.
+  AM_PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST(MSGFMT, msgfmt,
+    [$ac_dir/$ac_word --statistics /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
+     (if $ac_dir/$ac_word --statistics /dev/null 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep usage >/dev/null; then exit 1; else exit 0; fi)],
+    :)
+  AC_PATH_PROG(GMSGFMT, gmsgfmt, $MSGFMT)
+
+  dnl Search for GNU xgettext 0.12 or newer in the PATH.
+  dnl The first test excludes Solaris xgettext and early GNU xgettext versions.
+  dnl The second test excludes FreeBSD xgettext.
+  AM_PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST(XGETTEXT, xgettext,
+    [$ac_dir/$ac_word --omit-header --copyright-holder= --msgid-bugs-address= /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
+     (if $ac_dir/$ac_word --omit-header --copyright-holder= --msgid-bugs-address= /dev/null 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep usage >/dev/null; then exit 1; else exit 0; fi)],
+    :)
+  dnl Remove leftover from FreeBSD xgettext call.
+  rm -f messages.po
+
+  dnl Search for GNU msgmerge 0.11 or newer in the PATH.
+  AM_PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST(MSGMERGE, msgmerge,
+    [$ac_dir/$ac_word --update -q /dev/null /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1], :)
+
+  dnl This could go away some day; the PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST already does it.
+  dnl Test whether we really found GNU msgfmt.
+  if test "$GMSGFMT" != ":"; then
+    dnl If it is no GNU msgfmt we define it as : so that the
+    dnl Makefiles still can work.
+    if $GMSGFMT --statistics /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
+       (if $GMSGFMT --statistics /dev/null 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep usage >/dev/null; then exit 1; else exit 0; fi); then
+      : ;
+    else
+      GMSGFMT=`echo "$GMSGFMT" | sed -e 's,^.*/,,'`
+      AC_MSG_RESULT(
+        [found $GMSGFMT program is not GNU msgfmt; ignore it])
+      GMSGFMT=":"
+    fi
+  fi
+
+  dnl This could go away some day; the PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST already does it.
+  dnl Test whether we really found GNU xgettext.
+  if test "$XGETTEXT" != ":"; then
+    dnl If it is no GNU xgettext we define it as : so that the
+    dnl Makefiles still can work.
+    if $XGETTEXT --omit-header --copyright-holder= --msgid-bugs-address= /dev/null >/dev/null 2>&1 &&
+       (if $XGETTEXT --omit-header --copyright-holder= --msgid-bugs-address= /dev/null 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep usage >/dev/null; then exit 1; else exit 0; fi); then
+      : ;
+    else
+      AC_MSG_RESULT(
+        [found xgettext program is not GNU xgettext; ignore it])
+      XGETTEXT=":"
+    fi
+    dnl Remove leftover from FreeBSD xgettext call.
+    rm -f messages.po
+  fi
+
+  AC_OUTPUT_COMMANDS([
+    for ac_file in $CONFIG_FILES; do
+      # Support "outfile[:infile[:infile...]]"
+      case "$ac_file" in
+        *:*) ac_file=`echo "$ac_file"|sed 's%:.*%%'` ;;
+      esac
+      # PO directories have a Makefile.in generated from Makefile.in.in.
+      case "$ac_file" in */Makefile.in)
+        # Adjust a relative srcdir.
+        ac_dir=`echo "$ac_file"|sed 's%/[^/][^/]*$%%'`
+        ac_dir_suffix="/`echo "$ac_dir"|sed 's%^\./%%'`"
+        ac_dots=`echo "$ac_dir_suffix"|sed 's%/[^/]*%../%g'`
+        # In autoconf-2.13 it is called $ac_given_srcdir.
+        # In autoconf-2.50 it is called $srcdir.
+        test -n "$ac_given_srcdir" || ac_given_srcdir="$srcdir"
+        case "$ac_given_srcdir" in
+          .)  top_srcdir=`echo $ac_dots|sed 's%/$%%'` ;;
+          /*) top_srcdir="$ac_given_srcdir" ;;
+          *)  top_srcdir="$ac_dots$ac_given_srcdir" ;;
+        esac
+        if test -f "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/POTFILES.in"; then
+          rm -f "$ac_dir/POTFILES"
+          test -n "$as_me" && echo "$as_me: creating $ac_dir/POTFILES" || echo "creating $ac_dir/POTFILES"
+          cat "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/POTFILES.in" | sed -e "/^#/d" -e "/^[ 	]*\$/d" -e "s,.*,     $top_srcdir/& \\\\," | sed -e "\$s/\(.*\) \\\\/\1/" > "$ac_dir/POTFILES"
+          POMAKEFILEDEPS="POTFILES.in"
+          # ALL_LINGUAS, POFILES, UPDATEPOFILES, DUMMYPOFILES, GMOFILES depend
+          # on $ac_dir but don't depend on user-specified configuration
+          # parameters.
+          if test -f "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/LINGUAS"; then
+            # The LINGUAS file contains the set of available languages.
+            if test -n "$OBSOLETE_ALL_LINGUAS"; then
+              test -n "$as_me" && echo "$as_me: setting ALL_LINGUAS in configure.in is obsolete" || echo "setting ALL_LINGUAS in configure.in is obsolete"
+            fi
+            ALL_LINGUAS_=`sed -e "/^#/d" "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/LINGUAS"`
+            # Hide the ALL_LINGUAS assigment from automake.
+            eval 'ALL_LINGUAS''=$ALL_LINGUAS_'
+            POMAKEFILEDEPS="$POMAKEFILEDEPS LINGUAS"
+          else
+            # The set of available languages was given in configure.in.
+            eval 'ALL_LINGUAS''=$OBSOLETE_ALL_LINGUAS'
+          fi
+          # Compute POFILES
+          # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(lang).po)
+          # Compute UPDATEPOFILES
+          # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(lang).po-update)
+          # Compute DUMMYPOFILES
+          # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(lang).nop)
+          # Compute GMOFILES
+          # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(lang).gmo)
+          case "$ac_given_srcdir" in
+            .) srcdirpre= ;;
+            *) srcdirpre='$(srcdir)/' ;;
+          esac
+          POFILES=
+          UPDATEPOFILES=
+          DUMMYPOFILES=
+          GMOFILES=
+          for lang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+            POFILES="$POFILES $srcdirpre$lang.po"
+            UPDATEPOFILES="$UPDATEPOFILES $lang.po-update"
+            DUMMYPOFILES="$DUMMYPOFILES $lang.nop"
+            GMOFILES="$GMOFILES $srcdirpre$lang.gmo"
+          done
+          # CATALOGS depends on both $ac_dir and the user's LINGUAS
+          # environment variable.
+          INST_LINGUAS=
+          if test -n "$ALL_LINGUAS"; then
+            for presentlang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+              useit=no
+              if test "%UNSET%" != "$LINGUAS"; then
+                desiredlanguages="$LINGUAS"
+              else
+                desiredlanguages="$ALL_LINGUAS"
+              fi
+              for desiredlang in $desiredlanguages; do
+                # Use the presentlang catalog if desiredlang is
+                #   a. equal to presentlang, or
+                #   b. a variant of presentlang (because in this case,
+                #      presentlang can be used as a fallback for messages
+                #      which are not translated in the desiredlang catalog).
+                case "$desiredlang" in
+                  "$presentlang"*) useit=yes;;
+                esac
+              done
+              if test $useit = yes; then
+                INST_LINGUAS="$INST_LINGUAS $presentlang"
+              fi
+            done
+          fi
+          CATALOGS=
+          if test -n "$INST_LINGUAS"; then
+            for lang in $INST_LINGUAS; do
+              CATALOGS="$CATALOGS $lang.gmo"
+            done
+          fi
+          test -n "$as_me" && echo "$as_me: creating $ac_dir/Makefile" || echo "creating $ac_dir/Makefile"
+          sed -e "/^POTFILES =/r $ac_dir/POTFILES" -e "/^# Makevars/r $ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/Makevars" -e "s|@POFILES@|$POFILES|g" -e "s|@UPDATEPOFILES@|$UPDATEPOFILES|g" -e "s|@DUMMYPOFILES@|$DUMMYPOFILES|g" -e "s|@GMOFILES@|$GMOFILES|g" -e "s|@CATALOGS@|$CATALOGS|g" -e "s|@POMAKEFILEDEPS@|$POMAKEFILEDEPS|g" "$ac_dir/Makefile.in" > "$ac_dir/Makefile"
+          for f in "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir"/Rules-*; do
+            if test -f "$f"; then
+              case "$f" in
+                *.orig | *.bak | *~) ;;
+                *) cat "$f" >> "$ac_dir/Makefile" ;;
+              esac
+            fi
+          done
+        fi
+        ;;
+      esac
+    done],
+   [# Capture the value of obsolete ALL_LINGUAS because we need it to compute
+    # POFILES, UPDATEPOFILES, DUMMYPOFILES, GMOFILES, CATALOGS. But hide it
+    # from automake.
+    eval 'OBSOLETE_ALL_LINGUAS''="$ALL_LINGUAS"'
+    # Capture the value of LINGUAS because we need it to compute CATALOGS.
+    LINGUAS="${LINGUAS-%UNSET%}"
+   ])
+])
+
+dnl Postprocesses a Makefile in a directory containing PO files.
+AC_DEFUN([AM_POSTPROCESS_PO_MAKEFILE],
+[
+  # When this code is run, in config.status, two variables have already been
+  # set:
+  # - OBSOLETE_ALL_LINGUAS is the value of LINGUAS set in configure.in,
+  # - LINGUAS is the value of the environment variable LINGUAS at configure
+  #   time.
+
+changequote(,)dnl
+  # Adjust a relative srcdir.
+  ac_dir=`echo "$ac_file"|sed 's%/[^/][^/]*$%%'`
+  ac_dir_suffix="/`echo "$ac_dir"|sed 's%^\./%%'`"
+  ac_dots=`echo "$ac_dir_suffix"|sed 's%/[^/]*%../%g'`
+  # In autoconf-2.13 it is called $ac_given_srcdir.
+  # In autoconf-2.50 it is called $srcdir.
+  test -n "$ac_given_srcdir" || ac_given_srcdir="$srcdir"
+  case "$ac_given_srcdir" in
+    .)  top_srcdir=`echo $ac_dots|sed 's%/$%%'` ;;
+    /*) top_srcdir="$ac_given_srcdir" ;;
+    *)  top_srcdir="$ac_dots$ac_given_srcdir" ;;
+  esac
+
+  # Find a way to echo strings without interpreting backslash.
+  if test "X`(echo '\t') 2>/dev/null`" = 'X\t'; then
+    gt_echo='echo'
+  else
+    if test "X`(printf '%s\n' '\t') 2>/dev/null`" = 'X\t'; then
+      gt_echo='printf %s\n'
+    else
+      echo_func () {
+        cat <<EOT
+$*
+EOT
+      }
+      gt_echo='echo_func'
+    fi
+  fi
+
+  # A sed script that extracts the value of VARIABLE from a Makefile.
+  sed_x_variable='
+# Test if the hold space is empty.
+x
+s/P/P/
+x
+ta
+# Yes it was empty. Look if we have the expected variable definition.
+/^[	 ]*VARIABLE[	 ]*=/{
+  # Seen the first line of the variable definition.
+  s/^[	 ]*VARIABLE[	 ]*=//
+  ba
+}
+bd
+:a
+# Here we are processing a line from the variable definition.
+# Remove comment, more precisely replace it with a space.
+s/#.*$/ /
+# See if the line ends in a backslash.
+tb
+:b
+s/\\$//
+# Print the line, without the trailing backslash.
+p
+tc
+# There was no trailing backslash. The end of the variable definition is
+# reached. Clear the hold space.
+s/^.*$//
+x
+bd
+:c
+# A trailing backslash means that the variable definition continues in the
+# next line. Put a nonempty string into the hold space to indicate this.
+s/^.*$/P/
+x
+:d
+'
+changequote([,])dnl
+
+  # Set POTFILES to the value of the Makefile variable POTFILES.
+  sed_x_POTFILES="`$gt_echo \"$sed_x_variable\" | sed -e '/^ *#/d' -e 's/VARIABLE/POTFILES/g'`"
+  POTFILES=`sed -n -e "$sed_x_POTFILES" < "$ac_file"`
+  # Compute POTFILES_DEPS as
+  #   $(foreach file, $(POTFILES), $(top_srcdir)/$(file))
+  POTFILES_DEPS=
+  for file in $POTFILES; do
+    POTFILES_DEPS="$POTFILES_DEPS "'$(top_srcdir)/'"$file"
+  done
+  POMAKEFILEDEPS=""
+
+  if test -n "$OBSOLETE_ALL_LINGUAS"; then
+    test -n "$as_me" && echo "$as_me: setting ALL_LINGUAS in configure.in is obsolete" || echo "setting ALL_LINGUAS in configure.in is obsolete"
+  fi
+  if test -f "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/LINGUAS"; then
+    # The LINGUAS file contains the set of available languages.
+    ALL_LINGUAS_=`sed -e "/^#/d" "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/LINGUAS"`
+    POMAKEFILEDEPS="$POMAKEFILEDEPS LINGUAS"
+  else
+    # Set ALL_LINGUAS to the value of the Makefile variable LINGUAS.
+    sed_x_LINGUAS="`$gt_echo \"$sed_x_variable\" | sed -e '/^ *#/d' -e 's/VARIABLE/LINGUAS/g'`"
+    ALL_LINGUAS_=`sed -n -e "$sed_x_LINGUAS" < "$ac_file"`
+  fi
+  # Hide the ALL_LINGUAS assigment from automake.
+  eval 'ALL_LINGUAS''=$ALL_LINGUAS_'
+  # Compute POFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(lang).po)
+  # Compute UPDATEPOFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(lang).po-update)
+  # Compute DUMMYPOFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(lang).nop)
+  # Compute GMOFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(lang).gmo)
+  # Compute PROPERTIESFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(top_srcdir)/$(DOMAIN)_$(lang).properties)
+  # Compute CLASSFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(top_srcdir)/$(DOMAIN)_$(lang).class)
+  # Compute QMFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(lang).qm)
+  # Compute MSGFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(frob $(lang)).msg)
+  # Compute RESOURCESDLLFILES
+  # as      $(foreach lang, $(ALL_LINGUAS), $(srcdir)/$(frob $(lang))/$(DOMAIN).resources.dll)
+  case "$ac_given_srcdir" in
+    .) srcdirpre= ;;
+    *) srcdirpre='$(srcdir)/' ;;
+  esac
+  POFILES=
+  UPDATEPOFILES=
+  DUMMYPOFILES=
+  GMOFILES=
+  PROPERTIESFILES=
+  CLASSFILES=
+  QMFILES=
+  MSGFILES=
+  RESOURCESDLLFILES=
+  for lang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+    POFILES="$POFILES $srcdirpre$lang.po"
+    UPDATEPOFILES="$UPDATEPOFILES $lang.po-update"
+    DUMMYPOFILES="$DUMMYPOFILES $lang.nop"
+    GMOFILES="$GMOFILES $srcdirpre$lang.gmo"
+    PROPERTIESFILES="$PROPERTIESFILES \$(top_srcdir)/\$(DOMAIN)_$lang.properties"
+    CLASSFILES="$CLASSFILES \$(top_srcdir)/\$(DOMAIN)_$lang.class"
+    QMFILES="$QMFILES $srcdirpre$lang.qm"
+    frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/\..*$//' -e 'y/ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ/abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz/'`
+    MSGFILES="$MSGFILES $srcdirpre$frobbedlang.msg"
+    frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/_/-/g'`
+    RESOURCESDLLFILES="$RESOURCESDLLFILES $srcdirpre$frobbedlang/\$(DOMAIN).resources.dll"
+  done
+  # CATALOGS depends on both $ac_dir and the user's LINGUAS
+  # environment variable.
+  INST_LINGUAS=
+  if test -n "$ALL_LINGUAS"; then
+    for presentlang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+      useit=no
+      if test "%UNSET%" != "$LINGUAS"; then
+        desiredlanguages="$LINGUAS"
+      else
+        desiredlanguages="$ALL_LINGUAS"
+      fi
+      for desiredlang in $desiredlanguages; do
+        # Use the presentlang catalog if desiredlang is
+        #   a. equal to presentlang, or
+        #   b. a variant of presentlang (because in this case,
+        #      presentlang can be used as a fallback for messages
+        #      which are not translated in the desiredlang catalog).
+        case "$desiredlang" in
+          "$presentlang"*) useit=yes;;
+        esac
+      done
+      if test $useit = yes; then
+        INST_LINGUAS="$INST_LINGUAS $presentlang"
+      fi
+    done
+  fi
+  CATALOGS=
+  JAVACATALOGS=
+  QTCATALOGS=
+  TCLCATALOGS=
+  CSHARPCATALOGS=
+  if test -n "$INST_LINGUAS"; then
+    for lang in $INST_LINGUAS; do
+      CATALOGS="$CATALOGS $lang.gmo"
+      JAVACATALOGS="$JAVACATALOGS \$(DOMAIN)_$lang.properties"
+      QTCATALOGS="$QTCATALOGS $lang.qm"
+      frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/\..*$//' -e 'y/ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ/abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz/'`
+      TCLCATALOGS="$TCLCATALOGS $frobbedlang.msg"
+      frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/_/-/g'`
+      CSHARPCATALOGS="$CSHARPCATALOGS $frobbedlang/\$(DOMAIN).resources.dll"
+    done
+  fi
+
+  sed -e "s|@POTFILES_DEPS@|$POTFILES_DEPS|g" -e "s|@POFILES@|$POFILES|g" -e "s|@UPDATEPOFILES@|$UPDATEPOFILES|g" -e "s|@DUMMYPOFILES@|$DUMMYPOFILES|g" -e "s|@GMOFILES@|$GMOFILES|g" -e "s|@PROPERTIESFILES@|$PROPERTIESFILES|g" -e "s|@CLASSFILES@|$CLASSFILES|g" -e "s|@QMFILES@|$QMFILES|g" -e "s|@MSGFILES@|$MSGFILES|g" -e "s|@RESOURCESDLLFILES@|$RESOURCESDLLFILES|g" -e "s|@CATALOGS@|$CATALOGS|g" -e "s|@JAVACATALOGS@|$JAVACATALOGS|g" -e "s|@QTCATALOGS@|$QTCATALOGS|g" -e "s|@TCLCATALOGS@|$TCLCATALOGS|g" -e "s|@CSHARPCATALOGS@|$CSHARPCATALOGS|g" -e 's,^#distdir:,distdir:,' < "$ac_file" > "$ac_file.tmp"
+  if grep -l '@TCLCATALOGS@' "$ac_file" > /dev/null; then
+    # Add dependencies that cannot be formulated as a simple suffix rule.
+    for lang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+      frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/\..*$//' -e 'y/ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ/abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz/'`
+      cat >> "$ac_file.tmp" <<EOF
+$frobbedlang.msg: $lang.po
+	@echo "\$(MSGFMT) -c --tcl -d \$(srcdir) -l $lang $srcdirpre$lang.po"; \
+	\$(MSGFMT) -c --tcl -d "\$(srcdir)" -l $lang $srcdirpre$lang.po || { rm -f "\$(srcdir)/$frobbedlang.msg"; exit 1; }
+EOF
+    done
+  fi
+  if grep -l '@CSHARPCATALOGS@' "$ac_file" > /dev/null; then
+    # Add dependencies that cannot be formulated as a simple suffix rule.
+    for lang in $ALL_LINGUAS; do
+      frobbedlang=`echo $lang | sed -e 's/_/-/g'`
+      cat >> "$ac_file.tmp" <<EOF
+$frobbedlang/\$(DOMAIN).resources.dll: $lang.po
+	@echo "\$(MSGFMT) -c --csharp -d \$(srcdir) -l $lang $srcdirpre$lang.po -r \$(DOMAIN)"; \
+	\$(MSGFMT) -c --csharp -d "\$(srcdir)" -l $lang $srcdirpre$lang.po -r "\$(DOMAIN)" || { rm -f "\$(srcdir)/$frobbedlang.msg"; exit 1; }
+EOF
+    done
+  fi
+  if test -n "$POMAKEFILEDEPS"; then
+    cat >> "$ac_file.tmp" <<EOF
+Makefile: $POMAKEFILEDEPS
+EOF
+  fi
+  mv "$ac_file.tmp" "$ac_file"
+])
+# printf-posix.m4 serial 2 (gettext-0.13.1)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+dnl Test whether the printf() function supports POSIX/XSI format strings with
+dnl positions.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_PRINTF_POSIX],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether printf() supports POSIX/XSI format strings],
+    gt_cv_func_printf_posix,
+    [
+      AC_TRY_RUN([
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <string.h>
+/* The string "%2$d %1$d", with dollar characters protected from the shell's
+   dollar expansion (possibly an autoconf bug).  */
+static char format[] = { '%', '2', '$', 'd', ' ', '%', '1', '$', 'd', '\0' };
+static char buf[100];
+int main ()
+{
+  sprintf (buf, format, 33, 55);
+  return (strcmp (buf, "55 33") != 0);
+}], gt_cv_func_printf_posix=yes, gt_cv_func_printf_posix=no,
+      [
+        AC_EGREP_CPP(notposix, [
+#if defined __NetBSD__ || defined _MSC_VER || defined __MINGW32__ || defined __CYGWIN__
+  notposix
+#endif
+        ], gt_cv_func_printf_posix="guessing no",
+           gt_cv_func_printf_posix="guessing yes")
+      ])
+    ])
+  case $gt_cv_func_printf_posix in
+    *yes)
+      AC_DEFINE(HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF, 1,
+        [Define if your printf() function supports format strings with positions.])
+      ;;
+  esac
+])
+# progtest.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1996-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+dnl
+dnl This file can can be used in projects which are not available under
+dnl the GNU General Public License or the GNU Library General Public
+dnl License but which still want to provide support for the GNU gettext
+dnl functionality.
+dnl Please note that the actual code of the GNU gettext library is covered
+dnl by the GNU Library General Public License, and the rest of the GNU
+dnl gettext package package is covered by the GNU General Public License.
+dnl They are *not* in the public domain.
+
+dnl Authors:
+dnl   Ulrich Drepper <drepper@cygnus.com>, 1996.
+
+# Search path for a program which passes the given test.
+
+dnl AM_PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST(VARIABLE, PROG-TO-CHECK-FOR,
+dnl   TEST-PERFORMED-ON-FOUND_PROGRAM [, VALUE-IF-NOT-FOUND [, PATH]])
+AC_DEFUN([AM_PATH_PROG_WITH_TEST],
+[
+# Prepare PATH_SEPARATOR.
+# The user is always right.
+if test "${PATH_SEPARATOR+set}" != set; then
+  echo "#! /bin/sh" >conf$$.sh
+  echo  "exit 0"   >>conf$$.sh
+  chmod +x conf$$.sh
+  if (PATH="/nonexistent;."; conf$$.sh) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+    PATH_SEPARATOR=';'
+  else
+    PATH_SEPARATOR=:
+  fi
+  rm -f conf$$.sh
+fi
+
+# Find out how to test for executable files. Don't use a zero-byte file,
+# as systems may use methods other than mode bits to determine executability.
+cat >conf$$.file <<_ASEOF
+#! /bin/sh
+exit 0
+_ASEOF
+chmod +x conf$$.file
+if test -x conf$$.file >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+  ac_executable_p="test -x"
+else
+  ac_executable_p="test -f"
+fi
+rm -f conf$$.file
+
+# Extract the first word of "$2", so it can be a program name with args.
+set dummy $2; ac_word=[$]2
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([for $ac_word])
+AC_CACHE_VAL(ac_cv_path_$1,
+[case "[$]$1" in
+  [[\\/]]* | ?:[[\\/]]*)
+    ac_cv_path_$1="[$]$1" # Let the user override the test with a path.
+    ;;
+  *)
+    ac_save_IFS="$IFS"; IFS=$PATH_SEPARATOR
+    for ac_dir in ifelse([$5], , $PATH, [$5]); do
+      IFS="$ac_save_IFS"
+      test -z "$ac_dir" && ac_dir=.
+      for ac_exec_ext in '' $ac_executable_extensions; do
+        if $ac_executable_p "$ac_dir/$ac_word$ac_exec_ext"; then
+          if [$3]; then
+            ac_cv_path_$1="$ac_dir/$ac_word$ac_exec_ext"
+            break 2
+          fi
+        fi
+      done
+    done
+    IFS="$ac_save_IFS"
+dnl If no 4th arg is given, leave the cache variable unset,
+dnl so AC_PATH_PROGS will keep looking.
+ifelse([$4], , , [  test -z "[$]ac_cv_path_$1" && ac_cv_path_$1="$4"
+])dnl
+    ;;
+esac])dnl
+$1="$ac_cv_path_$1"
+if test ifelse([$4], , [-n "[$]$1"], ["[$]$1" != "$4"]); then
+  AC_MSG_RESULT([$]$1)
+else
+  AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
+fi
+AC_SUBST($1)dnl
+])
+# signed.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.10.40)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2001-2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+AC_DEFUN([bh_C_SIGNED],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for signed], bh_cv_c_signed,
+   [AC_TRY_COMPILE(, [signed char x;], bh_cv_c_signed=yes, bh_cv_c_signed=no)])
+  if test $bh_cv_c_signed = no; then
+    AC_DEFINE(signed, ,
+              [Define to empty if the C compiler doesn't support this keyword.])
+  fi
+])
+# size_max.m4 serial 2
+dnl Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gl_SIZE_MAX],
+[
+  AC_CHECK_HEADERS(stdint.h)
+  dnl First test whether the system already has SIZE_MAX.
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING([for SIZE_MAX])
+  result=
+  AC_EGREP_CPP([Found it], [
+#include <limits.h>
+#if HAVE_STDINT_H
+#include <stdint.h>
+#endif
+#ifdef SIZE_MAX
+Found it
+#endif
+], result=yes)
+  if test -z "$result"; then
+    dnl Define it ourselves. Here we assume that the type 'size_t' is not wider
+    dnl than the type 'unsigned long'.
+    dnl The _AC_COMPUTE_INT macro works up to LONG_MAX, since it uses 'expr',
+    dnl which is guaranteed to work from LONG_MIN to LONG_MAX.
+    _AC_COMPUTE_INT([~(size_t)0 / 10], res_hi,
+      [#include <stddef.h>], result=?)
+    _AC_COMPUTE_INT([~(size_t)0 % 10], res_lo,
+      [#include <stddef.h>], result=?)
+    _AC_COMPUTE_INT([sizeof (size_t) <= sizeof (unsigned int)], fits_in_uint,
+      [#include <stddef.h>], result=?)
+    if test "$fits_in_uint" = 1; then
+      dnl Even though SIZE_MAX fits in an unsigned int, it must be of type
+      dnl 'unsigned long' if the type 'size_t' is the same as 'unsigned long'.
+      AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <stddef.h>
+        extern size_t foo;
+        extern unsigned long foo;
+        ], [], fits_in_uint=0)
+    fi
+    if test -z "$result"; then
+      if test "$fits_in_uint" = 1; then
+        result="$res_hi$res_lo"U
+      else
+        result="$res_hi$res_lo"UL
+      fi
+    else
+      dnl Shouldn't happen, but who knows...
+      result='~(size_t)0'
+    fi
+  fi
+  AC_MSG_RESULT([$result])
+  if test "$result" != yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([SIZE_MAX], [$result],
+      [Define as the maximum value of type 'size_t', if the system doesn't define it.])
+  fi
+])
+# stdint_h.m4 serial 3 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1997-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+# Define HAVE_STDINT_H_WITH_UINTMAX if <stdint.h> exists,
+# doesn't clash with <sys/types.h>, and declares uintmax_t.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_AC_HEADER_STDINT_H],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for stdint.h], jm_ac_cv_header_stdint_h,
+  [AC_TRY_COMPILE(
+    [#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <stdint.h>],
+    [uintmax_t i = (uintmax_t) -1;],
+    jm_ac_cv_header_stdint_h=yes,
+    jm_ac_cv_header_stdint_h=no)])
+  if test $jm_ac_cv_header_stdint_h = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(HAVE_STDINT_H_WITH_UINTMAX, 1,
+      [Define if <stdint.h> exists, doesn't clash with <sys/types.h>,
+       and declares uintmax_t. ])
+  fi
+])
+# uintmax_t.m4 serial 7 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 1997-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+AC_PREREQ(2.13)
+
+# Define uintmax_t to 'unsigned long' or 'unsigned long long'
+# if it is not already defined in <stdint.h> or <inttypes.h>.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_AC_TYPE_UINTMAX_T],
+[
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_INTTYPES_H])
+  AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_HEADER_STDINT_H])
+  if test $jm_ac_cv_header_inttypes_h = no && test $jm_ac_cv_header_stdint_h = no; then
+    AC_REQUIRE([jm_AC_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG])
+    test $ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long = yes \
+      && ac_type='unsigned long long' \
+      || ac_type='unsigned long'
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(uintmax_t, $ac_type,
+      [Define to unsigned long or unsigned long long
+       if <stdint.h> and <inttypes.h> don't define.])
+  else
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_UINTMAX_T, 1,
+      [Define if you have the 'uintmax_t' type in <stdint.h> or <inttypes.h>.])
+  fi
+])
+# ulonglong.m4 serial 3
+dnl Copyright (C) 1999-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
+
+# Define HAVE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG if 'unsigned long long' works.
+
+AC_DEFUN([jm_AC_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for unsigned long long], ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long,
+  [AC_TRY_LINK([unsigned long long ull = 1ULL; int i = 63;],
+    [unsigned long long ullmax = (unsigned long long) -1;
+     return ull << i | ull >> i | ullmax / ull | ullmax % ull;],
+    ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long=yes,
+    ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long=no)])
+  if test $ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG, 1,
+      [Define if you have the 'unsigned long long' type.])
+  fi
+])
+# wchar_t.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+dnl Test whether <stddef.h> has the 'wchar_t' type.
+dnl Prerequisite: AC_PROG_CC
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_TYPE_WCHAR_T],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for wchar_t], gt_cv_c_wchar_t,
+    [AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <stddef.h>
+       wchar_t foo = (wchar_t)'\0';], ,
+       gt_cv_c_wchar_t=yes, gt_cv_c_wchar_t=no)])
+  if test $gt_cv_c_wchar_t = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_WCHAR_T, 1, [Define if you have the 'wchar_t' type.])
+  fi
+])
+# wint_t.m4 serial 1 (gettext-0.12)
+dnl Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+dnl From Bruno Haible.
+dnl Test whether <wchar.h> has the 'wint_t' type.
+dnl Prerequisite: AC_PROG_CC
+
+AC_DEFUN([gt_TYPE_WINT_T],
+[
+  AC_CACHE_CHECK([for wint_t], gt_cv_c_wint_t,
+    [AC_TRY_COMPILE([#include <wchar.h>
+       wint_t foo = (wchar_t)'\0';], ,
+       gt_cv_c_wint_t=yes, gt_cv_c_wint_t=no)])
+  if test $gt_cv_c_wint_t = yes; then
+    AC_DEFINE(HAVE_WINT_T, 1, [Define if you have the 'wint_t' type.])
+  fi
+])
+# xsize.m4 serial 2
+dnl Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU
+dnl General Public License.  As a special exception to the GNU General
+dnl Public License, this file may be distributed as part of a program
+dnl that contains a configuration script generated by Autoconf, under
+dnl the same distribution terms as the rest of that program.
+
+AC_DEFUN([gl_XSIZE],
+[
+  dnl Prerequisites of lib/xsize.h.
+  AC_REQUIRE([gl_SIZE_MAX])
+  AC_CHECK_HEADERS(stdint.h)
+])
+
+# from http://autoconf-archive.cryp.to/ax_tls.html
+#
+# This was licensed under the GPL with the following exception:
+#
+# As a special exception, the respective Autoconf Macro's copyright
+# owner gives unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify the
+# configure scripts that are the output of Autoconf when processing
+# the Macro. You need not follow the terms of the GNU General Public
+# License when using or distributing such scripts, even though
+# portions of the text of the Macro appear in them. The GNU General
+# Public License (GPL) does govern all other use of the material that
+# constitutes the Autoconf Macro.
+#
+# This special exception to the GPL applies to versions of the
+# Autoconf Macro released by the Autoconf Macro Archive. When you make
+# and distribute a modified version of the Autoconf Macro, you may
+# extend this special exception to the GPL to apply to your modified
+# version as well.
+#
+AC_DEFUN([AX_TLS], [
+  AC_MSG_CHECKING(for thread local storage (TLS) class)
+  AC_CACHE_VAL(ac_cv_tls, [
+    ax_tls_keywords="__thread __declspec(thread) none"
+    for ax_tls_keyword in $ax_tls_keywords; do
+       case $ax_tls_keyword in
+          none) ac_cv_tls=none ; break ;;
+          *)
+             AC_TRY_COMPILE(
+                [#include <stdlib.h>
+                 static void
+                 foo(void) {
+                 static ] $ax_tls_keyword [ int bar;
+                 exit(1);
+                 }],
+                 [],
+                 [ac_cv_tls=$ax_tls_keyword ; break],
+                 ac_cv_tls=none
+             )
+          esac
+    done
+])
+
+  if test "$ac_cv_tls" != "none"; then
+    dnl AC_DEFINE([TLS], [], [If the compiler supports a TLS storage class define it to that here])
+    AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([TLS], $ac_cv_tls, [If the compiler supports a TLS storage class define it to that here])
+  fi
+  AC_MSG_RESULT($ac_cv_tls)
+])
+
+# Excerpted from pkg.m4 - Macros to locate and utilise pkg-config
+#
+# Copyright © 2004 Scott James Remnant <scott@netsplit.com>.
+#
+# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
+# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
+# General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
+#
+# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License, if you
+# distribute this file as part of a program that contains a
+# configuration script generated by Autoconf, you may include it under
+# the same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that program.
+
+# PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG([MIN-VERSION])
+# ----------------------------------
+AC_DEFUN([PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG],
+[m4_pattern_forbid([^_?PKG_[A-Z_]+$])
+m4_pattern_allow([^PKG_CONFIG(_PATH)?$])
+AC_ARG_VAR([PKG_CONFIG], [path to pkg-config utility])dnl
+if test "x$ac_cv_env_PKG_CONFIG_set" != "xset"; then
+        AC_PATH_TOOL([PKG_CONFIG], [pkg-config])
+fi
+if test -n "$PKG_CONFIG"; then
+        _pkg_min_version=m4_default([$1], [0.9.0])
+        AC_MSG_CHECKING([pkg-config is at least version $_pkg_min_version])
+        if $PKG_CONFIG --atleast-pkgconfig-version $_pkg_min_version; then
+                AC_MSG_RESULT([yes])
+        else
+                AC_MSG_RESULT([no])
+                PKG_CONFIG=""
+        fi
+               
+fi[]dnl
+])# PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG
+# ===========================================================================
+#         http://www.nongnu.org/autoconf-archive/check_gnu_make.html
+# ===========================================================================
+#
+# SYNOPSIS
+#
+#   CHECK_GNU_MAKE()
+#
+# DESCRIPTION
+#
+#   This macro searches for a GNU version of make. If a match is found, the
+#   makefile variable `ifGNUmake' is set to the empty string, otherwise it
+#   is set to "#". This is useful for including a special features in a
+#   Makefile, which cannot be handled by other versions of make. The
+#   variable _cv_gnu_make_command is set to the command to invoke GNU make
+#   if it exists, the empty string otherwise.
+#
+#   Here is an example of its use:
+#
+#   Makefile.in might contain:
+#
+#       # A failsafe way of putting a dependency rule into a makefile
+#       $(DEPEND):
+#               $(CC) -MM $(srcdir)/*.c > $(DEPEND)
+#
+#       @ifGNUmake@ ifeq ($(DEPEND),$(wildcard $(DEPEND)))
+#       @ifGNUmake@ include $(DEPEND)
+#       @ifGNUmake@ endif
+#
+#   Then configure.in would normally contain:
+#
+#       CHECK_GNU_MAKE()
+#       AC_OUTPUT(Makefile)
+#
+#   Then perhaps to cause gnu make to override any other make, we could do
+#   something like this (note that GNU make always looks for GNUmakefile
+#   first):
+#
+#       if  ! test x$_cv_gnu_make_command = x ; then
+#               mv Makefile GNUmakefile
+#               echo .DEFAULT: > Makefile ;
+#               echo \  $_cv_gnu_make_command \$@ >> Makefile;
+#       fi
+#
+#   Then, if any (well almost any) other make is called, and GNU make also
+#   exists, then the other make wraps the GNU make.
+#
+# LICENSE
+#
+#   Copyright (c) 2008 John Darrington <j.darrington@elvis.murdoch.edu.au>
+#
+#   Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are
+#   permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice
+#   and this notice are preserved.
+#
+# Note: Modified by Ted Ts'o to add @ifNotGNUMake@
+
+AC_DEFUN(
+        [CHECK_GNU_MAKE], [ AC_CACHE_CHECK( for GNU make,_cv_gnu_make_command,
+                _cv_gnu_make_command='' ;
+dnl Search all the common names for GNU make
+                for a in "$MAKE" make gmake gnumake ; do
+                        if test -z "$a" ; then continue ; fi ;
+                        if  ( sh -c "$a --version" 2> /dev/null | grep GNU  2>&1 > /dev/null ) ;  then
+                                _cv_gnu_make_command=$a ;
+                                break;
+                        fi
+                done ;
+        ) ;
+dnl If there was a GNU version, then set @ifGNUmake@ to the empty string, '#' otherwise
+        if test  "x$_cv_gnu_make_command" != "x"  ; then
+                ifGNUmake='' ;
+                ifNotGNUmake='#' ;
+        else
+                ifGNUmake='#' ;
+                ifNotGNUmake='' ;
+                AC_MSG_RESULT("Not found");
+        fi
+        AC_SUBST(ifGNUmake)
+        AC_SUBST(ifNotGNUmake)
+] )
diff --git a/e2fsprogs/config/config.guess b/e2fsprogs/config/config.guess
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9afd676
--- /dev/null
+++ b/e2fsprogs/config/config.guess
@@ -0,0 +1,1568 @@
+#! /bin/sh
+# Attempt to guess a canonical system name.
+#   Copyright 1992-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+timestamp='2013-11-29'
+
+# This file is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
+# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+#
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
+# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
+# General Public License for more details.
+#
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with this program; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+#
+# As a special exception to the GNU General Public License, if you
+# distribute this file as part of a program that contains a
+# configuration script generated by Autoconf, you may include it under
+# the same distribution terms that you use for the rest of that
+# program.  This Exception is an additional permission under section 7
+# of the GNU General Public License, version 3 ("GPLv3").
+#
+# Originally written by Per Bothner.
+#
+# You can get the latest version of this script from:
+# http://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=config.git;a=blob_plain;f=config.guess;hb=HEAD
+#
+# Please send patches with a ChangeLog entry to config-patches@gnu.org.
+
+
+me=`echo "$0" | sed -e 's,.*/,,'`
+
+usage="\
+Usage: $0 [OPTION]
+
+Output the configuration name of the system \`$me' is run on.
+
+Operation modes:
+  -h, --help         print this help, then exit
+  -t, --time-stamp   print date of last modification, then exit
+  -v, --version      print version number, then exit
+
+Report bugs and patches to <config-patches@gnu.org>."
+
+version="\
+GNU config.guess ($timestamp)
+
+Originally written by Per Bothner.
+Copyright 1992-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO
+warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE."
+
+help="
+Try \`$me --help' for more information."
+
+# Parse command line
+while test $# -gt 0 ; do
+  case $1 in
+    --time-stamp | --time* | -t )
+       echo "$timestamp" ; exit ;;
+    --version | -v )
+       echo "$version" ; exit ;;
+    --help | --h* | -h )
+       echo "$usage"; exit ;;
+    -- )     # Stop option processing
+       shift; break ;;
+    - )	# Use stdin as input.
+       break ;;
+    -* )
+       echo "$me: invalid option $1$help" >&2
+       exit 1 ;;
+    * )
+       break ;;
+  esac
+done
+
+if test $# != 0; then
+  echo "$me: too many arguments$help" >&2
+  exit 1
+fi
+
+trap 'exit 1' 1 2 15
+
+# CC_FOR_BUILD -- compiler used by this script. Note that the use of a
+# compiler to aid in system detection is discouraged as it requires
+# temporary files to be created and, as you can see below, it is a
+# headache to deal with in a portable fashion.
+
+# Historically, `CC_FOR_BUILD' used to be named `HOST_CC'. We still
+# use `HOST_CC' if defined, but it is deprecated.
+
+# Portable tmp directory creation inspired by the Autoconf team.
+
+set_cc_for_build='
+trap "exitcode=\$?; (rm -f \$tmpfiles 2>/dev/null; rmdir \$tmp 2>/dev/null) && exit \$exitcode" 0 ;
+trap "rm -f \$tmpfiles 2>/dev/null; rmdir \$tmp 2>/dev/null; exit 1" 1 2 13 15 ;
+: ${TMPDIR=/tmp} ;
+ { tmp=`(umask 077 && mktemp -d "$TMPDIR/cgXXXXXX") 2>/dev/null` && test -n "$tmp" && test -d "$tmp" ; } ||
+ { test -n "$RANDOM" && tmp=$TMPDIR/cg$$-$RANDOM && (umask 077 && mkdir $tmp) ; } ||
+ { tmp=$TMPDIR/cg-$$ && (umask 077 && mkdir $tmp) && echo "Warning: creating insecure temp directory" >&2 ; } ||
+ { echo "$me: cannot create a temporary directory in $TMPDIR" >&2 ; exit 1 ; } ;
+dummy=$tmp/dummy ;
+tmpfiles="$dummy.c $dummy.o $dummy.rel $dummy" ;
+case $CC_FOR_BUILD,$HOST_CC,$CC in
+ ,,)    echo "int x;" > $dummy.c ;
+	for c in cc gcc c89 c99 ; do
+	  if ($c -c -o $dummy.o $dummy.c) >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
+	     CC_FOR_BUILD="$c"; break ;
+	  fi ;
+	done ;
+	if test x"$CC_FOR_BUILD" = x ; then
+	  CC_FOR_BUILD=no_compiler_found ;
+	fi
+	;;
+ ,,*)   CC_FOR_BUILD=$CC ;;
+ ,*,*)  CC_FOR_BUILD=$HOST_CC ;;
+esac ; set_cc_for_build= ;'
+
+# This is needed to find uname on a Pyramid OSx when run in the BSD universe.
+# (ghazi@noc.rutgers.edu 1994-08-24)
+if (test -f /.attbin/uname) >/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
+	PATH=$PATH:/.attbin ; export PATH
+fi
+
+UNAME_MACHINE=`(uname -m) 2>/dev/null` || UNAME_MACHINE=unknown
+UNAME_RELEASE=`(uname -r) 2>/dev/null` || UNAME_RELEASE=unknown
+UNAME_SYSTEM=`(uname -s) 2>/dev/null`  || UNAME_SYSTEM=unknown
+UNAME_VERSION=`(uname -v) 2>/dev/null` || UNAME_VERSION=unknown
+
+case "${UNAME_SYSTEM}" in
+Linux|GNU|GNU/*)
+	# If the system lacks a compiler, then just pick glibc.
+	# We could probably try harder.
+	LIBC=gnu
+
+	eval $set_cc_for_build
+	cat <<-EOF > $dummy.c
+	#include <features.h>
+	#if defined(__UCLIBC__)
+	LIBC=uclibc
+	#elif defined(__dietlibc__)
+	LIBC=dietlibc
+	#else
+	LIBC=gnu
+	#endif
+	EOF
+	eval `$CC_FOR_BUILD -E $dummy.c 2>/dev/null | grep '^LIBC'`
+	;;
+esac
+
+# Note: order is significant - the case branches are not exclusive.
+
+case "${UNAME_MACHINE}:${UNAME_SYSTEM}:${UNAME_RELEASE}:${UNAME_VERSION}" in
+    *:NetBSD:*:*)
+	# NetBSD (nbsd) targets should (where applicable) match one or
+	# more of the tuples: *-*-netbsdelf*, *-*-netbsdaout*,
+	# *-*-netbsdecoff* and *-*-netbsd*.  For targets that recently
+	# switched to ELF, *-*-netbsd* would select the old
+	# object file format.  This provides both forward
+	# compatibility and a consistent mechanism for selecting the
+	# object file format.
+	#
+	# Note: NetBSD doesn't particularly care about the vendor