Ticket #101 (closed task: wontfix)
vfs_optimizer: don't add mods to main archive
|Reported by:||jan||Owned by:||jan|
|Priority:||Should Have||Milestone:||Alpha 7|
vfs_optimizer currently enumerates the entire VFS contents and adds everything marked as "archivable" (1) to the archive.
However, mod files must not be included, for obvious reasons: the mod would no longer be optional and could thereafter not be disabled.
One solution would be to generate one archive per archivable mount point. This would be a bit inefficient, since there are several mount points that could be added to the main archive (namely: cached XMB, mods/official) and splitting them up would increase seeks.
Solution: specify a VFS_MOUNT_NOT_MAIN_DATA (bad name, but you get the point) flag when mounting mods. All mount points without it would get lumped into one archive, and the other archivable ones (mods) are archived separately.
Implementation: for enumerating files, still use vfs_dir_enum. For each returned entry, get the TFile's Mount pointer. First, check if it's archivable. Then, put all files from a given mount point into a bucket (except if it doesn't have the flag; it goes into the "main data" bucket). For each bucket, create a separate archive.
(1) this would exclude e.g. screenshots
- Status changed from assigned to closed
- Resolution set to wontfix