Release Notes: The xorriso programs in recent releases of libisoburn did not work properly underneath growisofs. They did not maintain the files from the older sessions. This is a regression which appeared with version 0.3.2 in January 2009. It does not affect the main use case where xorriso does the burning by itself.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs with old MMC-1 drives and can handle very high SCSI bus numbers with Linux USB.
Release Notes: The xorriso program now makes use of libisofs' capability to record and restore hard links. Some performance improvements have been achieved with data reading. Two rarely occuring bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release can record hard link relations in its ISO images and offers support for restoring them to disk. Current Linux kernels will mount images with such hard links, but will attribute a unique inode number to each file.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with aborting on broken output pipe and a bug with device scan on FreeBSD.
Release Notes: This release makes use of the new libisofs capability to perform content filtering of data files.
Release Notes: The main topic of this release is content filtering of data files. Built-in filters allow compression to the gzip and zisofs formats. External filter processes allow arbitrary data conversions, like encryption.
Release Notes: It is now possible to write the crucial start blocks of a filesystem with slow BD-RE Defect Management and to write the bulk of data with full nominal speed. A new operating system adapter allows users to build libburn on systems other than Linux and FreeBSD. There will be no direct operation of CD/DVD/BD drives, but only normal POSIX I/O with files or drives.
Release Notes: Two bugs have been fixed which on Solaris prevented navigation of the ISO images by ".." and recognition of the Rock Ridge extensions of ISO images. The ban to build libisofs on operating systems other than Linux and FreeBSD has been lifted.
Release Notes: libisoburn and xorriso now make use of the ACL and xattr capabilities of libisofs.