Release Notes: A freshly introduced regression prevented compilation of GNU xorriso on systems other than GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, or NetBSD. A very old libburn bug was corrected that could cause a buffer overflow by one 0-byte with CD TAO burn runs. Another fresh bug caused annoying error messages with xorriso-tcltk has been fixed.
Release Notes: xorriso has learned to operate optical drives and media on NetBSD. A few rarely-occurring bugs have been fixed. It is now possible to find files with names which cannot be represented unchanged in ECMA-119, Joliet, or HFS+.
Release Notes: A long-standing hidden bug was fixed which affected inspection of unformatted DVD+RWs. EL Torito boot images are now put to low block addresses by default. Read speeds can be reported and set. Several rarely-occuring bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Several small bugs were fixed. The capabilities of xorriso to serve frontend programs in dialog mode have been improved.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed. The recently introduced boot preparation capabilities were tested. New boot preparation options for GRUB2 were added.
Release Notes: xorriso's mkisofs emulation learned to set El Torito section id strings. Some rarely-occurring bugs have been fixed. The handling of incomplete sessions has been improved.
Release Notes: xorriso improved its capabilities to serve the needs of frontend programs. A proof of concept for a GUI frontend has been included in the tarball: xorriso-tcltk. See the new screenshot.
Release Notes: xorriso is now able to produce hybrid filesystems with HFS+ metadata. Alternatively, it can produce ISO 9660 images which contain boot partitions for EFI and x86-Mac. This has the same effect as an isohybrid run with options --efi and --mac.
Release Notes: The handling of intentional deviations from ECMA-119 specifications has been improved. Some rarely-occurring bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Handling of timestamps in the Joliet and ISO 9660:1999 trees has been enhanced. xorriso now stores mtime in these trees and in the ECMA-119 tree. Some minor bugs were fixed.