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