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  •  16 Jul 2002 21:28
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    Release Notes: This release has cosmetic bugfixes and code cleanup.

    •  13 Jul 2002 05:09
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      Release Notes: This release includes a -m (--mirror) option, allowing the content of /dvd/video_ts/ (fo, bup, and vob files) to be copied to a directory named after the DVD, with decryption of the title-vobs.

      •  25 Apr 2002 23:18
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        Release Notes: This release should work on FreeBSD.

        •  24 Mar 2002 18:47
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          Release Notes: The -t option was added. Using '-t name' will set the output file's name to something other than the DVD title. Using '-t stdout' will write the file to stdout. A minor bugfix was made for devfs users.

          •  19 Feb 2002 23:44
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            Release Notes: The option -b size[bkmg] begins to copy from the specified offset-size. Modifiers like b for 512 bytes, k for kilobytes, m for megabytes, and g for gigabytes can be appended to the number. -e size[bkmg] is similar to -b, and lets you specify some size to stop before the end. Vobcopy also takes the title with the most chapters by default if no title is specified. This release also has a small bugfix: there is an #include at the beginning of 0.4.0 that`s not met by a standard install of libdvdread.

            •  15 Feb 2002 00:15
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              Release Notes: An ability to specify additional directories where the data dump will be continued if there isn't enough free space in the directory provided behind -o (these additional dirs are named behind -1, -2, -3, and -4), and a new -I (Info) option to get some info about the DVD and the output dir.

              •  22 Jan 2002 23:20
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                Release Notes: This release has a more simple standard command: just invoking "vobcopy" is sufficient. Large file support has been added, as well as lots of new command line options. It even has its own man page now.

                •  05 Jan 2002 23:15
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                  Release Notes: Some new commandline options (the -o option enables you to specify the destination directory of the copied files, and since this wouldn't work good with the free floating title-number of previous releases, the -n option specifies which title-vob will be copied).

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