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Thread: Creating an ISO 9660 library

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    Default Creating an ISO 9660 library

    I've been reading about the ISO 9660 (CDFS) file system lately, and I'm wondering how difficult it would be to write a small Java library to create an ISO? Does anyone have experience creating a CDFS file system? If so, how difficult is it to create the CDFS file system? I can't seem to find ANY example source code (in any language) showing how to even begin creating CDFS file system. Every Google search I've made returns help documents for common ISO-creating programs.

    This is basically going to be a little side project for me, if it's not too incredibly difficult. Does anyone have a link to source code showing how to create a CDFS, or at least some good references explaining the file system in detail?


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    Default Re: Creating an ISO 9660 library

    What your suggesting is drafting something that a committee of a language would create.
    The ASCII foundation is a member of such an ISO. All I can suggest is find the ASCII or any
    other ISO official documentation and look at their help files. They may have contact information.
    Whether or not legal quantities come into play with this sort of thing I am unsure - but certainly
    those are the people to ask.

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