Re: cdrtools cdrecord/cdrecord.c
Steve McIntyre <email@example.com> wrote:
> >And in case you also missunderstood forks: A fork is a _working_ and
> >_maintained_ modified version of a program. What you see with the bastardized
> >cdrtools versions on Linux is neither working nor maintained, it is just
> >a result of the religion of the makers who seem to ingnore the wishes of the
> >users because they do not fix the bugs they introduced.
> Oh, FFS. Give it a rest, Joerg. Most of the work that the various
> Linux distro people have done on cdrtools is to fix real bugs that you
> won't acknowledge. Sometimes users simply want things to work on their
> systems, rather than random Solaris advocacy...
Should this be a joke?
Please tell me why an unmodified cdrecord runs best on Linux and
why > 90% of all bugs on the Debian bug tracking system for cdrtools
are caused by the modifications done by Debian.
I fix all bugs that are verifiably caused by cdrecord and I try to find
workarounds for all OS bugs. People just need to send a usable bug report.
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