Posted: Fuji7r100 and others
ai.takaharu at jp.panasonic.com
Thu May 8 18:46:44 PDT 2008
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* Takaharu Ai <ai.takaharu at jp.panasonic.com>
I find another editorial mistake in FUJI7R100.pdf.
On page 890, a sentence which is marked as being struck out still
remains in the document.
It must be eliminated from the next revision.
Panasonic AVC Networks Company
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>From: "Mike Berhan" <mikeb at bustrace.com>
>To: <mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com>
>Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 07:51:24 -0700
>Subject: RE: Posted: Fuji7r100 and others
> Hello Katata-san,
> I am reviewing the changes in the Mt. Fuji 7 v1.00 specification. In your
> original proposal to clarify the Read Disc Structure Format Code FFh, you
> "This Format Code (=FFh) shall be reported as one of supported Structure
> List entries with RDS bit set to one."
> In the actual specification, it states:
> "This Format Code (=FFh) should be reported as one of supported Structure
> List entries with RDS bit and/or SDS bit set
> to one."
> I notice that "shall" has been replaced with "should" which tells me that
> is not mandatory and it is simply recommended. Most drives don't return
> in the list so I suspect this is why it is optional (though recommended).
> What I do not understand is why you changed "with RDS bit set to one" to
> "with RDS bit and/or SDS bit set to one." Table 764 of the specification
> shows that FFh is reserved for Send Disc Structure. I do not know why it
> would be "and/or" as the structure list array is read only as far as I
> I think your original statement is more accurate than the 1.00
> unless I have missed something.
> Mike Berhan
> busTRACE Technologies
> 9700 Village Center Drive
> Suite 50-F
> Granite Bay, CA 95746
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