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Re: ANN: New ISO image creation backend for Burn.app


From: Dennis Leeuw
Subject: Re: ANN: New ISO image creation backend for Burn.app
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 10:09:11 +0100
User-agent: Debian Thunderbird 1.0.2 (X11/20051002)

Hi Andreas,

I am testing Burn 0.4.1 and after the initial startup and configuration when I quit the application and restart it get:

NSInvalidArgumentException: Can not determine type information for
-[WorkInProgressIndicator setAnimimationDelay:]

With only an abort option.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Dennis Leeuw

Andreas Schik wrote:
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Hi Steppers,
first, let me wish you a happy new year.
It is about time for another small step to improve Burn.app.
I have created a new backend for Burn.app for creating ISO images -
CreateISO.bundle.

What is CreateISO.bundle?
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As its name says, it is a backend for ISO image creation. It uses
libburn/libisofs to accomplish this task and is meant to be a replacement for
the MkIsoFs.bundle.
CreateISO.bundle currently does not support all the options you know from
MkIsoFs.bundle and is available for Linux only at the moment. The latter is
due to the fact that libburn works on Linux only at the moment. For this
reason, CreateISO.bundle is available as separate download only and is not
part of the Burn.app main package. In the long run, however, this backens is meant to replace MkIsoFs.bundle as default ISO creation backend in Burn.app.


Where to get CreateISO.bundle?
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Here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=61565&release_id=186888

Please, do not hesitate to give any kind of feedback, be it bug reports,
feature requests, patches,....


Cheers,
Andreas


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