Development on BashBurn has been on the back burner for some time. Too much school and work I’m afraid. During the summer I will hopefully have some more time to work on it, so mail me or join the mailing list telling us what you’d like to see in the next release.
Oh, and if you don’t feel like coding bash scripts, documentation and translations always welcome new helpers.
Some people have asked me that, and my answer is possibly.
As I understand it, dvd+rw-tools supports burning Blu-ray discs. BashBurn uses dvd+rw-tools to burn DVDs so in theory it should also be possible to burn Blu-ray. None of the developers own a Blu-ray burner however so we cannot test this, but it seems fairly likely that it should just work. So there you go.
After some final testing, we are now releasing BashBurn 3.0.
There has been tons of fixes and rewrites from 2.1.2. BashBurn is now faster and smaller. The code has also been cleaned up considerably (Though there are some more work to be done in places).
Download, use, enjoy.
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