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Re: cdrdao 1.1.9

--- Max K-A <max_list fedorafaq org> wrote:
> > Can an Extras package upgrade a Core one?
> 	Preferably not. :-)
> >  Or maybe split the process in two and submit a new version of
> cdrdao to
> > Core (how?)
> 	Look at the Red Hat Bugzilla -- http://bugzilla.redhat.com/ and see
> who
> the maintainer of cdrdao is. You can offer to take over the job for
> Fedora, or you can submit the package to that person.
> >  and cdrdao-gcdmaster in Extras only?
> 	That's probably what will happen.
> 	Unless you want to move both to Fedora Extras. I think that wouldn't
> be
> such a bad idea, since we already have cdparanoia in Core.

I'll contact the maintainer.

Errr, cdparanoia is an audio ripper, while cdrdao is an audio CD
burner. I assume you meant cdrecord. Indeed, cdrecord and cdrdao shame
some common traits since cdrdao uses the same low-level scsi libraries
(from cdrtools). But cdrdao is specifically targeted at Audio CDs and
understands toc and cue files. Also, cdrdao-gcdmaster is the only GUI
audio CD burner tool out there (along with the atrocious xcdroast,
which hardly works with the 2.6 kernels and should be dumped from FC2
Core). So i'd argue that both should be part of FC2 Core actually... 

Denis Leroy, cdrdao project
denis at poolshark dot org


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