Welcome to libburnia project
* Sat Jun 28 2014 Release 1.3.8 is ready on release page. libburn got several bugs fixed. libisofs offers new API calls for inspection of boot sectors in ISO 9660 filesystems. libisoburn and xorriso improved support for NetBSD, offer new features with command -find, and a command to extract ISO 9660 file content onto standard output or into filter processes.
* Wed Aug 1 2013 we celebrate 7 years of libburnia project.
* Tue Jan 08 2013 The libisoburn tarball now contains a proof of concept for GUI frontend programs: xorriso-tcltk. It needs Tcl and Tk 8.4 or 8.5. Optionally Tcl/Tk package "BWidget". See also README-tcltk
libburnia is a project for reading, mastering and writing optical discs. Currently it is comprised of libraries named libisofs, libburn, libisoburn, a cdrecord emulator named cdrskin, and an integrated multi-session tool named xorriso. The software runs on GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, NetBSD. It is base of the GNU xorriso package.
The source code for the libburnia project is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
Be aware that linking libisoburn with GPLv3+ library libreadline-6 will automatically change the license of the resulting libisoburn.so and xorriso binary to GPLv3+.
The current release tarballs are available at Releases Page.
The project lives in part in a subversion repository hosted on http://svn.libburnia-project.org and in part in a bzr repository hosted at launchpad. You can check-out the latest unstable versions using:
svn co http://svn.libburnia-project.org/libburn/trunk libburn bzr branch lp:~libburnia-team/libisofs/scdbackup libisofs svn co http://svn.libburnia-project.org/libisoburn/trunk libisoburn
For building the libraries and binaries you will need autotools of at least version 1.7.
API Documentation - Libburn - C API - introduction
API Documentation - Libisofs - C API - introduction
API Documentation - Libisoburn - C API - introduction
README (from SVN) - toplevel README
We welcome and consider any sorts of contribution although not all can be accepted, of course. If you want to contribute to libburnia project development, then report experiences, propose new features, or post patches for discussion on our general mailing list.
We normally run mailing lists for various purposes, but regrettably they are down currently. Please send support requests and proposals to
bug-xorriso at gnu dot org - Public mailing list of GNU xorriso.
* Wed Aug 12 2009 The ticket system has been closed due to our inability to curb spam submissions. Please send mails to the GNU xorriso mailing list instead of posting tickets.
Mario Đanić can be reached on #libburn channel on Freenode.
Any donations made to the libburnia project would greatly assist its progress by helping us to acquire drives and media. If you would like to donate, please mail us: mario.danic [at] gmail [dot] com, Cc: scdbackup [at] gmx [dot] net.
Mario Đanić - mario [at] libburnia-project [dot] org - Founder & developer
Vreixo Formoso Lopes - metalpain2002 [at] yahoo [dot] - developer
Thomas Schmitt - scdbackup [at] gmx [dot] net - developer