> > Funny you should bring that up. After registering with Sony at I can't
> > cdtext.zip on http://www.sonydadc.com >
> We had to retrieve it from the Wayback machine.
Well, I registered then with Sony for no reason at all. I need to update
the doc so someone else doesn't fall into that trap.
I had looked on the Wayback as well and couldn't find it. Do you have an
> Similarly, the free PDFs of SCSI drafts have gone.
> See yellow box on http://www.t10.org/drafts.htm > Prices for PDFs of the finalized specs have dropped to 30 USD per doc.
> (One would need SPC-3 and one of the MMCs. For CDs i'd advise MMC-3.
> Later versions do not have the annex about CD-TEXT.)
I'd prefer if we could find and use freely available docs. I have no
problem using drafts rather than the final specification especially when
they are the same in the areas we care about.
If folks prefer to buy the final spec - okay. But in OSF projects I work
on, I would prefer not to put any pressure or advertising for non-free
> > > 2.2:
> > >
> > > Should be coordinated with libcdio.texi @node CDRWIN BIN/CUE Format.
> > > At least by mutual references.
> > > (My .cue example is tested with wodim and cdrskin.)
> > >
> > Not sure what you mean. If there are still problems let me know.
> Not problems. But there is a very sparse paragraph about CDRWIN .cue in
> libcdio.texi and there is the example in cd-text-format.html. Both are
> quite complementary and could take profit from the other.