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    Lightbulb ccd2cue

    Hi! My name is Félix.

    Over the internet there is a gigantic quantity of images files of optical discs in various formats. Countless times we need to burn some of them. Some time ago I needed it, but I came across a file format extremely irritating for a Free Software user like me: a CD layout descriptor file, with the CCD sufix, generated by a proprietary software named CloneCD. I searched the internet for a way to burn this file in GNU/Linux system, but I only found a lot of people asking for a solution in a lot of forums, and getting the unanimous answer: no way! In the first I could not believe that at this point there was no alternative. Then, with a little of patience and research, I wrote a code to convert that files to a format much more common and accessible, a standard, in my operating system: The CUE Sheet File format. So I could burn a lot of that I wanted! I wondered if this would be useful to others... And here is the result!

    Project main page in Savannah at: https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/ccd2cue/

    First release here: http://download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/ccd2cue/

    CVS: http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/?root=ccd2cue

    I hope the program help you. Anyone who wants to help improve the program, join the project in Savannah.

    All the best.
    Long live Free Software.

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    Re: ccd2cue

    Cool stuff man. Get this to the attention of gnome and music players like banshee for import into their projects.

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