CCD sheet to CUE sheet converter.
The program ccd2cue is a CCD sheet to CUE sheet converter for the GNU Operating System. It supports the full extent of CUE sheet format expressiveness, including mixed-mode discs and CD-Text meta-data. It plays an important role for those who need to use optical disc data which is only available in the proprietary sheet format CCD, but don’t want to surrender their freedom. It fills an important gap in the free software world because before its conception it was impossible to use complex forms of optical disc data laid out by CCD sheets in a whole/holy free operating system.
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released on 13 March 2015
OpenPGP signature URL: https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/ccd2cue/ccd2cue-0.5.tar.gz.sig
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git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/ccd2cue.git
Bruno Félix Rezende Ribeiro (oitofelix)
4 November 2013
Leaders and contributors
|Bruno Félix Rezende Ribeiro||maintainer|
Resources and communication
|VCS Repository Webview||https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/ccd2cue.git/|
|VCS Repository Webview||https://web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/ccd2cue/|
|VCS Repository Webview||https://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/ccd2cue/|
|Required to build||GNU Compiler Collection (C language)|
|Required to build||GNU C Library|
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