Information processing — Volume and file structure of CD-ROM for information interchange — Amendment 1

Traitement de l'information — Structure de volume et de fichier des disques optiques compacts à mémoire fixe (CD-ROM) destinés à l'échange d'information — Amendement 1

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 9660
First edition
1988-04-15
AMENDMENT 1
2013-05-01
Information processing — Volume and
file structure of CD-ROM for information
interchange
AMENDMENT 1
Traitement de l'information — Structure de volume et de fichier des
disques optiques compacts à mémoire fixe (CD-ROM) destinés à
l'échange d'information
AMENDEMENT 1
Reference number
ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)
ISO/IEC 2013
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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)
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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)
Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (the International Electrotechnical

Commission) form the specialized system for worldwide standardization. National bodies that are members of

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Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. ISO and IEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

Amendment 1 to ISO 9660:1988 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information

technology, Subcommittee SC 23, Digitally Recorded Media for Information Interchange and Storage.

This amendment is intended to bring harmonization between ISO 9660 and widely used "Joliet Specification".

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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)
Information processing — Volume and file structure of CD-ROM
for information interchange
AMENDMENT 1
In subclause 6.7 "Volume descriptors", after the line
- Supplementary Volume Descriptor
insert the following line.
- Enhanced Volume Descriptor
Add the following subclause 6.7.1.3 after subclause 6.7.1.2

6.7.1.3 The sequence may contain zero or more Enhanced Volume Descriptors (see 8.5) each recorded at

least once.

An Enhanced Volume Descriptor shall describe the Volume Space, and identify the attributes of the volume,

the locations of a Root Directory and of group Path Tables, and the number of volumes in the Volume Set. It

shall also identify the coded graphic character set used within selected fields of this descriptor, and of the

fields in associated File Descriptors, Directory Descriptors and Path Tables.

Renumber subclauses 6.7.1.3 to 6.7.1.4, 6.7.1.4 to 6.7.1.5, and 6.7.1.5 to 6.7.1.6.

In subclause 6.8.2 replace the following sentence

The root of the hierarchy, called the Root Directory, shall be a directory identified either in a Primary Volume

Descriptor or in a Supplementary Volume Descriptor.
with

The root of the hierarchy, called the Root Directory, shall be a directory identified in a Primary Volume

Descriptor, Supplementary Volume Descriptor or Enhanced Volume Descriptor.
In subclause 6.8.2.1 replace the following sentences

The number of levels in the hierarchy shall not exceed eight. In addition, for each file recorded, the sum of the

following shall not exceed 255:
with
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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)

For a Directory Hierarchy identified in a Primary Volume Descriptor or in a Supplementary Volume Descriptor,

the number of levels in the hierarchy shall not exceed eight. For a Directory Hierarchy identified in an

Enhanced Volume Descriptor, the number of levels in the hierarchy may exceed eight. In addition, for each file

recorded, the sum of the following shall not exceed 255:
In subclause 6.8.3 replace following sentence

Each additional Directory Hierarchy shall be identified in a Supplementary Volume Descriptor.

with

Each additional Directory Hierarchy shall be identified in a Supplementary Volume Descriptor or an Enhanced

Volume Descriptor.
In subclause 6.9.1 replace following sentence

If two Directory Identifiers do not contain the same number of byte positions, the shorter Directory Identifier

shall be treated as if it were padded on the right with all padding bytes set to (20), and as if both Directory

Identifiers contained the identical number of byte positions.
with

If two Directory Identifiers do not contain the same number of byte positions, the shorter Directory Identifier

shall be treated as if it were padded on the right with all padding bytes set to FILLER (see 7.4.3.2), and as if

both Directory Identifiers contained the identical number of byte positions.
Replace subclause 7.4.3 "Separators"
7.4.3 Separators
The characters separating the components of a File Identifier shall be
SEPARATOR 1 represented by the bit combination (2E)
SEPARATOR 2 represented by the bit combination (3B)
with
7.4.3 Separators and Filler
7.4.3.1 Separators

The characters separating the components of a File Identifier within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in a

Primary Volume Descriptor or in a Supplementary Volume Descriptor shall be
SEPARATOR 1 represented by the bit combination (2E)
SEPARATOR 2 represented by the bit combination (3B)

A File Identifier within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor shall not be

separated into components.

SEPARATORs are not specified for a File Identifier within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an

Enhanced Volume Descriptor.
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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)
7.4.3.2 Filler

The character filling any byte position which is specified by this International Standard to be characters shall

be referred to as FILLER.

Within a volume that is identified by a Primary Volume Descriptor or by a Supplementary Volume Descriptor,

the bit combination of FILLER shall be (20).

Within a volume that is identified by an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, the bit combination of FILLER shall be

subject to agreement between the originator and the recipient of the volume.
In following subclauses replace all "(20)" with "FILLER".

7.4.5, 8.4.20, 8.4.21, 8.4.22, 8.4.23, 8.4.24, 8.4.25, 8.5.14, 8.5.15, 8.5.16, 8.5.17, 8.5.18, 8.5.19, 9.3 a), 9.3 b)

Add the following lines at the end of subclause 7.4.4

The character in the fields of the following descriptors is the subject of an agreement between the originator

and the recipient of the volume.

- Directory Records within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor;

- Path Table Records within a Path Table Group identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor;

- Extended Attribute Records identified in a directory of a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced

Volume Descriptor.
In subclause 7.5.1 "File Identifier format" replace following line
This sequence shall meet the following requirements:
with

Within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in a Primary Volume Descriptor or in a Supplementary Volume

Descriptor, this sequence shall meet the following requirements:
Add the following lines at the end of subclause 7.5.1 "File Identifier format"

Within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, this sequence shall meet the

following requirements:
- the Length of File Name shall not exceed 207.
- no SEPARATORs are specified.
- no File Name Extension is present.
- no File Version Number is present.
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Within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, a File Identifier shall not be

specified as certain character sequences. These sequences shall be subject to agreement between the

originator and recipient of the volume.

NOTE - 207 (the maximum length of the File Name) is the 254 (the maximum Directory Record Length),

subtracted by 33 (the minimum length of Directory Record excluding the File Identifier) and by 14 (the CD-

ROM XA System Use Extension Information) (see PHILIPS and SONY, System Description CD-ROM XA,

1991-05).
Replace subclause 7.5.2 "File Identifier length"
7.5.2 File Identifier length
The length of the File Identifier shall be the sum of the following:
- if there is a File Name, the length of the File Name,
- if there is a File Name Extension, the length of the File Name Extension,
- the number of digits in the File Version Number,
- 2 (the number of SEPARATORs).
with
7.5.2 File Identifier length
The length of the File Identifier shall be the sum of the following:
- if there is a File Name, the length of the File Name,
- if there is a File Name Extension, the length of the File Name Extension,

- if there is a File Version Number, the number of digits in the File Version Number,

- if SEPARATORs are specified, 2 (the number of SEPARATORs).

Add the following lines at the end of subclause 7.6.1 "Directory Identifier Format"

Within a volume identified by an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, a Directory Identifier can be sequence of

characters rather than d-characters or d1-characters. The sequence shall be subject to agreement between

the originator and recipient of the volume.
Replace subclause 7.6.3 "Directory Identifier length"
7.6.3 Directory Identifier length
The length of a Directory Identifier shall not exceed 31.
with
7.6.3 Directory Identifier length
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ISO 9660:1988/Amd.1:2013(E)

Within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in a Primary Volume Descriptor or in a Supplementary Volume

Descriptor, the length of a Directory Identifier shall not exceed 31.

Within a Directory Hierarchy that is identified in an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, the length of a Directory

Identifier shall not exceed 207.
In subclause 8.1.1 "Volume Descriptor Type (BP 1)" replace the line

Number 2 shall mean that the Volume Descriptor is a Supplementary Volume Descriptor;

with

Number 2 shall mean that the Volume Descriptor is a Supplementary Volume Descriptor or an Enhanced

Volume Descriptor;
In subclause 8.4.30 "File Structure Version (BP 882)" replace the line
1 shall indicate the structure of this International Standard.
with

For a Primary Volume Descriptor or for a Supplementary Volume Descriptor, 1 shall indicate the structure of

this International Standard. For an Enhanced Volume Descriptor, 2 shall indicate the structure of this

International Standard.
In subclause 8.5 "Supplementary Volume Descriptor" replace the following line
8.5 Supplementary Volume Descriptor
with
8.5 Supplementary Volume Descriptor and Enhanced Volume Descriptor
In subclause 8.5 replace the following description
The Supplementary Volume Descriptor
...

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