File 91_rename_cdrecord_wodim.dpatch of Package gramofile
# This patch removes all occurences of "cdrecord" in the source and documentation.
# This includes removing a link to a (not existing anymore) site of Schilling.
# Also changes the packagefile to suggest wodim instead of cdrecord.
# by Tobias Frost, firstname.lastname@example.org, 12-31-2006
--- mainmenu.c 2011-08-14 13:27:15.277217351 +0200
+++ mainmenu.c 2011-08-14 13:27:16.945717435 +0200
@@ -219,7 +219,7 @@
separation points are computed (previous option), separate audio files \
will be generated, each containing one track.",
- "This option is not implemented yet. You can use the `cdrecord' \
+ "This option is not implemented yet. You can use the `wodim' \
or `xcdroast' program to create CDs from sound files on the harddisk.",
"(Parts of) sound files can be played with this option."
--- README 2011-08-14 13:21:45.009217561 +0200
+++ README 2011-08-14 13:27:16.945717435 +0200
@@ -217,19 +217,16 @@
Write an audio CD:
- This option is not yet implemented. There are some plans to program a
- uniform user interface to the cdrecord(1) program here. You have to
+ uniform user interface to the wodim(1) program here. You have to
use the bare program for this moment. Try something like
- cdrecord -v speed=2 dev=0,2,0 -audio -pad track01.wav track02.wav ...
+ wodim -v speed=2 dev=0,2,0 -audio -pad track01.wav track02.wav ...
- Actual information on cdrecord may be found on:
- If you like a graphical front-end to write CD's, try the xcdroast
- (Note: you may have to use the wav2cdr utility.)
+ Please check out the wodim package or the cdrkit-doc package for
+ You always can use a graphical front-end to write CD's, like the
+ xcdroast program. See the xcdroast package for details.
Play an audio file:
- Make sure the PCM and Master volumes are set high enough, and your