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  •  25 Dec 2008 19:00
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    Release Notes: The Atari MiNT enhancements are ready (except for the libscg code for ATARI). This release can create and link shared cdrtools-libs on Linux. A workround for a nasty gcc warning about sccsid has been introduced. Libfind now correctly deals with ARG_MAX in case libfind bitsize differs from the called program with -exec +. The RSCSI bus numer limit has been raised to 1024 to allow the new Linux ATA mapping. Many new workarounds for drive firmware bugs have been added to cdrecord. The cdrecord default transfer size is again 63k because of Linux and Solaris kernel bugs.

    •  29 Oct 2008 12:33
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      Release Notes: cdda2wav now implements to compute md5 chechsums for the audio data, and the sums are in the *.inf files. A major code restructuring introduces the new libraries libcdrdeflt and libscgcmd with very old code in order to avoid several symlinks in the source tree.

      •  22 Oct 2008 13:53
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        Release Notes: Config.sub now supports NetBSD on AMD64. The email addresses in many files have been updated. The libfile license has been changed from 4-clause BSD to 2-clause BSD with permission from all authors. The MD5 implementation in cdda2wav has been changed to a public domain variant to avoid the RSA advertizing clause. Some small code cleanups were done in libscg.

        •  09 Oct 2008 17:46
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          Release Notes: cdrecord now includes a workaround for a Lite-ON BluRay firmware problem. The cdrecord default transfer size has been enhanced to 126 kB. A CAM patch from FreeBSD has been added. A workaround has been added for ATARI linker problems with gcvt(). A workaround has been added for POSIX incompatibilities in POSIX.1-2008. This release explains how to keep GPL compatibility when publishing mkisofs binaries.

          •  26 Sep 2008 16:56
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            Release Notes: cdrecord adds support for DVD-R/DVD-RW multi-border (multi-session). mkisofs now allows control characters in UDF file names if Joliet is not also used.

            •  18 Sep 2008 14:51
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              Release Notes: The first step was made to allow compiling mkisofs without the deprecated Mac OS 9 HFS support. Plenty of comments were added to libparanoia. A fix was made to allow "make install" to be called without calling "make all" beforehand. This was needed since symlinks have been removed from the tar archive.

              •  04 Sep 2008 17:06
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                Release Notes: A new attempt was made to work around the autoconf unfriendliness with GNU libiconv. Cdrecord now correctly writes DVD+R/DL media with all drives.

                •  29 Aug 2008 14:12
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                  Release Notes: This release fixes mkisofs problems with multisession on multi-extent files (greater than 4GB).

                  •  14 Aug 2008 14:37
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                    Release Notes: Mkisofs now uses correct permissions with "invented" directories in UDF. Mkisofs now correctly limits UDF filenames to 127 characters outside the range of ISO-8859-1. Some Autoconf tests have been enhanced or fixed. The -interractive option of cdda2wav (which is needed to replace libcdio in GNOME because of license problems) has now been stabilized.

                    •  07 Aug 2008 15:41
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                      Release Notes: A workaround was implemented for a GNU make design bug that prevented compilation on some Linux platforms. The minimal write speed of a ultraspeed CD-RW capable drive was reduced from 16x to 10x. Some mkisofs bugs in -stream-file mode were fixed.

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