Thanks! The release will have those changes to configure.a

I guess we should also be testing on other newer OS releases.

For example FreeBSD 11 just came out. Has anyone tried on Windows 10?
Anything else we should try?

On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 1:29 PM, Robert Kausch <robert.kau...@freac.org>
wrote:

> Thanks a lot for preparing a new release, Rocky!
>
> I tested the Darwin driver on OS X El Capitan (Darwin 15) and macOS Sierra
> (Darwin 16) and found it to be working fine. Thus, I pushed a change to
> configure.ac to recognize these OS versions. Please make sure to include
> the commit in the final 0.94 release.
>
> Thanks,
> Robert
>
> ----
> Robert Kausch
> robert.kau...@freac.org
>
>
> Am 15.10.2016 um 23:35 schrieb Rocky Bernstein:
>
>> In preparation for a release, you can get the 0.94 release candidate
>> tarball at the URL
>> http://bashdb.sourceforge.net/libcdio-0.94rc1.tar.gz For example:
>>
>>     wget http://bashdb.sourceforge.net/libcdio-0.94rc1.tar.gz
>>
>> Changes for this release culled from the git log (and also in ChangeLog)
>> are:
>>
>> - CD-TEXT fixes and improvements
>>    * Expose mmc_read_cdtext as a publicly accessable function
>>      Removes some redundant error reporting in mmc_read_cdtext
>>      Also fixes some incorrect lengths for isrc and mcn.
>>    * Fix inconsistent maximal length in CD-Text extraction
>>    * Added new low level functions for READ SUB-CHANNEL and
>>      READ TOC/PMA/ATIP for CD-TEXT extraction.
>>    * Add cdtext binary parser and track number to public api
>>    *  Increase track # for short CD-Text fields
>>
>> - Eject fixes:
>>    * Fix disc eject for Cocoa apps and support ejecting CD-Extra discs
>>      on OS X.
>>    * Make sure device is opend in read/write ode when trying to eject.
>>
>> Bugs
>>    * Add error eporting from_733_with_err. Bug #45014
>>    * Guard against malformed rockridge iso. Bug #45015
>>    * Malformed so crashes iso-info Bug #45013:
>>    *  Guard against 0-size calloc bug #45016
>>    * Fix testudf segfaults/fails on big endian arches. Bug #43995.
>>    * add get_last_session to the win32 driver.
>>      Also fixes cd-paranoia behavior. Savannah bug #43446.
>>    * GNU/Linux ioctl treats <= 0 as max speed, so. Bug #43428
>>    * Fixed cdio_free leaking
>>    * Recursion checking in cdio_logv()
>>    * g++ greater than 4.0 handles "pack" Bug #48759
>>    * configure fixes
>>
>> If you are able to, please try this out. Thanks to everyone who has helped
>> the last two years.
>>
>
>
>

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