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* **Mon Aug 01 2022** we celebrate 16 years of libburnia project.
* **Sun Feb 07 2021** Release 1.5.4 is ready on [release page](Releases).
offers new opportunities to influence drive speed.
libisofs got a bug fixed which under medium rare circumstances spoiled
zisofs production. libisofs switched
to usage of libjte-2.0.0. Further it can now write and read zisofs2 format,
which enables compression of files >= 4 GiB. When reading Joliet file trees
the names get stripped of their version numbers by default. After loading
metadata, libisofs can now tell which directory tree was loaded and whether
Rock Ridge is used.
[xorriso and libisoburn](http://files.libburnia-project.org/releases/libisoburn-1.5.2.tar.gz)
make use of these new features.
xorriso can put out the data stream of -check_media to standard output. It
can restore files with many zero bytes as sparse files and it is able to
extract recognized boot images into data files on hard disk.
A new script xorriso-dd-target helps to put an ISO image onto an USB stick
without endangering valuable hard disk content.
Several rarely triggered bugs were fixed.
* **Tue Jun 20 2023** Release 1.5.6 is ready on [release page](Releases).
can overburn CD media, i.e. write more data than the drive announced
as medium capacity.
can assess many of the features which were in effect when a
given ISO 9660 filesystem was created. A safety limit was introduced not
to exceed the limit of Linux which is imposed on the number of SUSP CE
entries which is good for about 60 KiB of AAIP data. Some rarely occuring
bugs were fixed in libisofs.
[xorriso and libisoburn](http://files.libburnia-project.org/releases/libisoburn-1.5.6.tar.gz)
expose the new library features to the user and
got some minor improvements. Many minor bugs were fixed.
* **Wed Jul 08 2020** We moved from GitLab to Gitea.