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Re: [SLE] best programs to burn CD-Roms?
- From: deem@xxxxxxx (W.D.McKinney)
- Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 17:47:36 -0900 (AKST)
- Message-id: <200002030247.RAA09001@xxxxxxx>
Here's the latest on xcdroast:
(last updated: 22 January 2000)
Rejoice! Alpha4 is done for download. This release is primarly to make the translation work easier - but also fixes
some showstopper bugs. Please see the Changelog for details.
Now most of the basic features from version 0.98 are implemented. Just the code to master your own CDs is missing.
Really new is the index-scanner for audio tracks and it is now possible to read and rearrange audio-CDs as you want.
This snapshot now contains about 75% of the features planned for the full version. Its just that you folks see what I am
Download this test (its SOURCE only) - no binaries at this time because I want get reports how it compiles on most
(I also will create a low-bandwidth and a german version of this page soon)
X-CD-Roast 0.98 is actually not a very fitting name for this project. I would rather prefer a name which reflects that
this is a completely new product and that there are not much similarities to the old X-CD-Roast.
I want to keep the name itself, but add something "nice/cool" to it. Something like "X-CD-Roast Plus" or
Nevertheless some of you might have a better idea for a good name. Please mail me your suggestions.
I am glad to announce that I got a new logo for X-CD-Roast. Its not ready yet to be published, but expect something
Call for translation-maintainers:
As you know its very easy to add support for new languages in X-CD-Roast. All I need is a reliable person for each
language which can do the job. If you think you have some extra time you want to contribute to the X-CD-Roast
project and want your language supported, please contact me.
I do already have maintainers for English, German, Dutch, Italian, French, Croatian, Swedish, Danish, Portuguese,
Spanish, Turkish, Estonian, Brasilian Portuguese and Japanese.
See the file TRANSLATION.HOWTO included with the source code for details.
What is X-CD-Roast?
X-CD-Roast tries to be the most userfriendly CD-burning software ever. It allows even the unexperienced user to
create or copy a CD with a few mouse clicks in a intuitive and nice looking graphical user interface.
Features included in new version 0.98:
Easy setup and intuitive X11 user interface
GUI based on GTK+ instead of TCL/TK (100% new C-code)
Copies most data/mixed-mode/audio-CDs (data also on-the-fly)
Master data-CDs and rearrange audio-CDs (data also on-the-fly)
Multisession/Bootable CD creation.
Supports most SCSI/ATAPI/Parallel-CD-Writers available
Supports different international languages
CDDB-Lookups and CD-Text
Fully themeable via GTK-Themes
Runs on most common Unix-Operation-Systems (Primary platforms: Linux and Solaris)
cll <muzh@xxxxxxxxxx> had this to say:
> I use xcdroast, which is a graphical front-end to programmes like
> cdrecord, cdparanoia, mkisofs, etc. When you try and install xcdroast
> it should tell you which other programmes it needs. Works fine for me,
> though it is not multisession, and can't do bootable cd-roms.
> Sam Carleton wrote:
> > I am looking at the howto on burning your own CD-Rom's, what is the best
> > software to do that with?
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