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cdrtools-2.01a36 ready

Note that we are close before publishing release 2.01 final. Please test for
problems that might make the cdrtools unusable. Cdrtools-2.01a36 is the most
probable release canditate for 2.01-final.


-	libscgily/stdio/io.h renamed to schilyio.h to avoid conflitcs with

Libparanoia (Ported by Jörg Schilling, originated by Monty xiphmont@mit.edu):

-	Try to use page aligned transfer buffers if possible.

-	Avoid buffer size problems wit non page aligned transfers on FreeBSD.

Libedc (Optimized by Jörg Schilling, originated by Heiko Eißfeldt heiko@hexco.de):




-	Be a bit more careful with the evaluation of the DMA speed test.
	Cdrecord before did allow to write at 1/2 of the DMA speed and now
	allows 4/5 of the DMA speed. This still may cause buffer underruns
	but the speed test has been introduced not long enough before 2.01-final
	to have settled experiences.

Cdda2wav (By Heiko Eißfeldt heiko@hexco.de):

-	Trying to handle interface setup more carefully if SCSI Generic is not




Mkisofs (By Jörg Schilling and James Pearson j.pearson@ge.ucl.ac.uk):

-	man page enhanced to make clear that the options
	-no-split-symlink-fields & -no-split-symlink-components
	are most likely not neded as they have been introduced by Eric Youngdale
	when serious bugs have been in mkisofs.

-	Changelog updated

	-	read Joliet filenames with multi-session if no TRANS.TBL
		or RR is present. I am looking for a volouteer for this task!

		Note that this can never be 100% correct as there is no relation
		between the names on the master (UNIX) filesystem, the ISO-9660
		names and the Joliet names. Only the Rock Ridge names are
		untranslated with respect to the original files on the
		master (UNIX) filesystem.

	-	add libecc/edc for CDI and similar.


To compile on Cygwin32, get Cygwin and install it.
For more information read README.win32

The files are located on:

ftp://ftp.berlios.de/pub/cdrecord/alpha ...

NOTE:	These tar archives are 100% POSIX compatible. GNU tar may get some
	minor trouble. If you like a 100% POSIX compliant tar, get star from

WARNING: Do not use 'winzip' to extract the tar file!
	Winzip cannot extract symbolic links correctly.


 EMail:joerg@schily.isdn.cs.tu-berlin.de (home) Jörg Schilling D-13353 Berlin
       js@cs.tu-berlin.de		(uni)  If you don't have iso-8859-1
       schilling@fokus.fraunhofer.de	(work) chars I am J"org Schilling
 URL:  http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/usr/schilling ftp://ftp.berlios.de/pub/schily

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