./sysutils/cdrtools, Software for creating ISO9660 images and writing CD/DVD/Blu-ray

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.02a10nb3, Package name: cdrtools-3.02a10nb3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Cdrecord allows you to burn CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs. It works
as a burn engine for several applications. Cdrecord supports CD
recorders from many different vendors; all SCSI-3/mmc and ATAPI/mmc
compliant drives should also work. Supported features include:
IDE/ATAPI, parallel-port, and SCSI drives; audio CDs, data CDs,
and mixed CDs; full multi-session support, CD-RWs (rewritable),
TAO, DAO, and human-readable error messages.

This package also provides tools for retrieving audio tracks,
reading and writing CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs, creating
ISO9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystems, and verifying ISO9660 images.

This package is based on the final Schily Tools release 2021-09-18,
not a dedicated cdrtools release.

MESSAGE.cdrecord.conf [+/-]

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   2023-02-10 11:52:21 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
cdrtools: updated to 2023-01-12


-	libxtermcap/termcap: update to latest FreeBSD commit

-	libxtermcap/termcap.url: remove file containing outdated
	information about where to obtain a termcap file from.

-	RULES/os-sunos5.def: man pages will now be installed into
	BSD-style sections on Solaris >=11.4 and descendents.

-	BOOTSTRAP, README.compile: fix outdated cross references.
	Reported by: Friedhelm Mehnert.

-	smake: add new -V option to print the expanded value of macros.
	Shamelessly stolen from bmake, this option makes it easy to
	debug make macros and to use their values in scripts.
	Submitted by Nico Sonack.

-	RULES: add symlink for arm64 OpenBSD

-	smake: fix a bug where CURDIR was not set when smake was called
	with -C $path and $path was an absolute path.
	Reported by illiliti@protonmail.com.
	Submitted by Friedhelm Mehnert.

-	Bourne Shell: Fix bug where set -o notify or set -b would cause
	the shell to exit when ^C was pressed.
        Submitted by Nico Sonack.

-	star: add support for configuring compression and decompression
	helpers.  The command executed when a compression/decompression
	program is selected with the compress-program=name option can
	be configured using a new set of name_CMD=... options in
	/etc/default/star.  Refer to the new COMPRESSION section in
	star(1) for details.  This feature is currently not available on
	Submitted by Philipp Wellner.


-	Schilytools contains pxupgrade, a dummy for a closed-source
	component.  While the source code of this component is available
	to the maintainer, it cannot be published due to an existing NDA
	with Plextor.  Depending on whether we can get this NDA lifted
	or not, the pxupgrade dummy code may either be replaced with the
	real source code of the tool or removed altogether.

-	With development of the p7zip(1) utility having ceased in 2016
	and the 7-zip project having ported the reference implementation
	to UNIX-like systems, many packagers now ship a 7z(1) command
	instead of p7zip(1).  Future star distributions may ship an
	/etc/default/star file configuring P7ZIP_CMD to refer to 7z(1)
	instead of the default p7zip(1).  This will not affect existing
	installations unless the configuration is updated.

-	Configuring compression/decompression helpers may be implemented
	for DOS (DJGPP) in an upcoming version.
   2022-11-02 12:38:27 by Michael Baeuerle | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/cdtools: Update to 3.02a10nb2

Changelog from AN-2022-10-16:


- Various man pages have been renamed to follow BSD conventions.
  Users may need to manually remove the following old man pages on
  update: streamarchive.4, makefiles.4, makerules.4, changeset.4,
  sccschangeset.4, sccsfile.4, and star.4.


- libfind/sfind: Fix incorrect error handling of -exec ... {} +
  primaries.  Previously in some cases the primary returned an
  error even though it should always return true and in other
  cases it completely disregarded the exit code.  Now the primary
  always returns true and sets the exit code of libfind and sfind
  to a non-zero value in case one of the commands returned with a
  non-zero exit code.
  Reported by Tavian Barnes.  Submitted by Nico Sonack.

- libfind/sfind: Report failures to query the password/group
  database for -nouser/-nogroup.  Previously failure to query
  these databases was treated as if the user id/group id was not
  found.  We now print a diagnostic message and return a non-zero
  value if the getpwuid() or getgrgid() call failed.
  Reported by Tavian Barnes.

- libfind/sfind: Report presence of directory loops.  Previously,
  such directory loops were silently ignored.  Now, upon
  encountering a directory loop, sfind prints a diagnostic message
  to standard error.  The search is continued but sfind will
  terminate with a nonzero exit status.  This change improves
  compatibility with POSIX (cf. PASC interpretation request 1606).
  All libfind consumers calling the treewalk() function (mkisofs,
  sccs, and star) are affected.
  Reported by Tavian Barnes.  Submitted by Nico Sonack.

- mkisofs/mkisofs.8: adjust reference of magic(4) to magic(5)
  Submitted by Martin Rehak.

- *: With the switch of Solaris from SysV man page sections to BSD
  man page sections, man pages are now installed according to BSD
  conventions instead of SysV conventions.  This affects the man
  pages makefiles(4), makerules(4), streamarchive(4),
  changeset(4), sccsfile(4), sccschangeset(4), and star(4).
  Reported by Friedhelm Mehnert.

- *: All references to Solaris man pages have been adjusted to BSD
  man page sections as used in Solaris 11.4.

- libschily/getargs.3: document surprising behaviour that the
  the argument to a foo= parameter may be in the following
  argument.  Thus, shell scripts should write foo= "$bar" instead
  of foo=$bar if $bar could possibly be empty.
  Submitted by Nico Sonack.

- libschily/getargs.3: improve spelling and grammar.
   2022-09-30 17:57:28 by Michael Baeuerle | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/cdrtools: Update to 3.02a10nb1

Changelog from AN-2022-09-18:
With great sadness we report the death of schilytools main author and
long time maintainer Jörg Schilling (1955-03-27--2021-10-10).  Jörg, we
miss you!  After his passing, development has been picked up by a group
of volunteers who would like to keep the project alive and well.  Our
goal is to carefully preserve the portability and compatibility of this
project while extending it to new platforms and implementing new tools
and features that fit the tool set.

As a part of the change in management, the schilytools project has moved
from Sourceforge to Codeberg.

- general: Explain how to contribute and update README

- general: Add list of contributors

- all: Misc spelling fixes
  Submitted by Friedhelm Mehnert.

- all: Update E-Mail address and project URL in many places.
  Jörg's old joerg@schily.net address is defunct and so is his
  postal address.  As a part of an ongoing documentation cleanup,
  these addresses have been replaced by our new project pages in
  many locations.
  Submitted by Nico Sonack.

- man pages: work around buggy syntax highlighting by adding
  \" " comments into various places.
  Submitted by Nico Sonack.

- RULES: Fix build on macOS 12.4

- RULES: add i386-openbsd-clang.rul
  This should permit compilation on modern OpenBSD using clang as
  the system compiler.

- autoconf: Work around clang bug in #pragma weak detection.
  A clang compiler bug causing a crash in the configure test for
  #pragma weak has been worked around, permitting use of weak
  symbols when compiling with clang.

- cdrecord: comment out abstract devices names
  cdrecord.dfl used to define various abstract device names.
  These can be confusing to the user as they are likely not to
  match the actual device configuration present.  We now comment
  out these device names, leaving them as mere examples for the
  user to reference.
  Reported by Friedhelm Mehnert.

- cdrecord: Detriplicate LICENSE/COPYING/LIMITATIONS
  Jörg originally hard-linked the same file to three names.  As git
  does not support hard links in repositories, remove two copies of
  the file, leaving us with just LIMITATIONS.

- tests: fix arm64/aarch64 architecture confusion on OpenBSD
  Submitted by Nico Sonack.
   2022-08-09 14:08:36 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (72)
Log message:
*: Remove hardcoded -liconv / -lintl on SunOS.

This is now handled centrally via OPSYS_EXPLICIT_LIBDEPS support in libiconv
and gettext-lib.
   2022-02-18 12:52:56 by Michael Baeuerle | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
sysutils/cdrtools: Build fix for Darwin and SunOS

On Darwin and SunOS libiconv was not found.
   2021-12-03 18:45:34 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
cdrtools: Simplify SUBSTs for files/INSTALL.pkgsrc and replace LOCALBASE too
   2021-12-03 16:13:27 by Michael Baeuerle | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
sysutils/cdrtools: Update to 3.02a10

Rebase to final Schily Tools release 2021-09-18.

Unknown changes because the package formerly based on separate cdrtools
releases (that are not available for recent versions).
   2021-10-26 13:20:30 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (630)
Log message:
sysutils: Replace RMD160 checksums with BLAKE2s checksums

All checksums have been double-checked against existing RMD160 and
SHA512 hashes