UDF is the filesystem standard used by DVD-ROMs and "packet writing" software for CDRs and CDRWs, such as Adaptec's DirectCD. UDF is intended as a general replacement for ISO9660.
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Release Notes: This release fixes a bunch of bugs, and improves compatibility with -ac and Redhat kernel releases. It includes a fix for missing directory entries (specificially on the Matrix DVD). This release defaults to strict UDF conformance, which can be disabled with the -o nostrict mount option.
Release Notes: Fixed a rename bug when rename caused an AD_IN_ICB to be expanded out of the directory. Added strict mount option. Rewrote sparing support, and added udf_relocate_blocks.
Release Notes: Mailing list information has been fixed. A bug which prevented compilation when source tree was in the kernel source has been removed.
Release Notes: Fixes for a lot of really stupid bugs found in 0.9.1, support for tables in addition to bitmaps, and support for the freed variety of both bitmaps and tables. Linux 2.3.99-pre6 is synced up with the version in regards to all bug fixes, but does not include the table support as it is still beta.
Release Notes: Truncate and block size calculations fixed. noadinicb/shortad options, cdrwtool and pktcdvd to tools, and udf versioning info added. Flag system and mkudf redone. Quota should be set everywhere correctly. 2.3 development changes synchronized,