super processing: use logical flag to denote super status

To support all partitions that are on the super partition
we now parse for the logical flag in fstab to denote super

- Remove guards for the first character being '/'.
- Skip commented lines in fstab
- Build Backup_Display_Name from partitions in super.
The first four lines that are in fstab will be
Change-Id: I3f8980187bd4a136257dd6eeaeddd7ea71706cd3

Change-Id: I1ee7c02f91aafb646beaf401a43bcb22fa8c8c7a
diff --git a/partitions.hpp b/partitions.hpp
index 3d15669..8416cdb 100755
--- a/partitions.hpp
+++ b/partitions.hpp
@@ -375,7 +375,6 @@
 	bool Decrypt_Adopted();                                                   // Attempt to identy and decrypt any adopted storage partitions
 	void Remove_Partition_By_Path(string Path);                               // Removes / erases a partition entry from the partition list
 	bool Prepare_All_Super_Volumes();										  // Prepare all known super volumes from super partition
-	bool Is_Super_Partition(const char* fstab_line);						  // Checks if partition entry is a super partition
 	bool Flash_Image(string& path, string& filename);                         // Flashes an image to a selected partition from the partition list
 	bool Restore_Partition(struct PartitionSettings *part_settings);          // Restore the partitions based on type
 	TWAtomicInt stop_backup;
@@ -432,6 +431,7 @@
 	std::vector<TWPartition*> Partitions;                                     // Vector list of all partitions
 	string Active_Slot_Display;                                               // Current Active Slot (A or B) for display purposes
 	std::vector<users_struct> Users_List;                                     // List of FBE users
+	std::vector<std::string> Super_Partition_List;                            // Display value for super partitions
 extern TWPartitionManager PartitionManager;