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[ANNOUNCEMENT] libcdio 2.0.0-1, libcdio_paranoia 10.2+0.94+2-1

The following packages have been uploaded to the Cygwin distribution:

* libcdio-2.0.0-1
* libcdio18-2.0.0-1
* libcdio-devel-2.0.0-1
* libcdio++1-2.0.0-1
* libcdio++-devel-2.0.0-1
* libiso9660_11-2.0.0-1
* libiso9660++0-2.0.0-1
* libudf0-2.0.0-1
* libcdio_cdda2-10.2+0.94+2-1
* libcdio_paranoia2-10.2+0.94+2-1
* libcdio_paranoia-devel-10.2+0.94+2-1
* cdparanoia-10.2+0.94+2-1
* mingw64-i686-libcdio-2.0.0-1
* mingw64-i686-libcdio_paranoia-10.2+0.94+2-1
* mingw64-x86_64-libcdio-2.0.0-1
* mingw64-x86_64-libcdio_paranoia-10.2+0.94+2-1

The libcdio package contains a library which encapsulates CD-ROM reading 
and control. Applications wishing to be oblivious of the OS- and 
device-dependent properties of a CD-ROM can use this library. Also included 
is a library for working with ISO-9660 filesystems. Some support for disk 
image types like CDRWin's BIN/CUE format, cdrdao's TOC format, and Nero's 
NRG format are available. Therefore, applications that use this library 
also have the ability to read disc images as though they were CD's.

This is an update to the latest upstream releases.


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