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enhanced Joliet Filesystem for cd-roms
« on: September 10, 2014, 11:55:39 AM »

Version 2.1 is ready. New features include:

    Support for discs with more than 2GB in size, such as DVDs
    Support for HFS+ long names: You can now optionally preserve the original names, even if they're longer than 31 chars, provided you want to use them with Mac OS X or other Mac OS 9 tools that support long names (such as Kilometre Browser and ZipIt)
    Fixed a crashing bug that would occur when mounting a CD with non-roman characters in the volume names while using a non-roman script system.
    Time stamps are now correct again (there were offset by a few hours depending on the difference to GMT).

Note that while this version appears to be still a beta test version, many people have tried it and no new problems have been found. So, I suggest that you use this new version 2.1b5 instead of the 2.0.3 version, and ignore the "beta" warnings in the accompanying note.