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* Protection classes vary in their restrictions on read/writability. A is generally
* the strictest, and D is effectively no restriction.
* dir_none forces new items created in the directory to pick up the mount point default
* protection level. it is only allowed for directories.
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_DIR_NONE 0
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_A 1
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_B 2
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_C 3
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_D 4
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_E 5
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_F 6
* This forces open_dprotected_np to behave as though the file were created with
* the traditional open(2) semantics.
#define PROTECTION_CLASS_DEFAULT (-1)
#endif /* PRIVATE */
#endif /* _SYS_CONTENT_PROTECTION_H_ */