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Re: [Libcdio-devel] update

From: R. Bernstein
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] update
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 13:44:51 -0400 (EDT)
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Thanks for all the good work and informationon raw P-W reading and
formatted Q reading.

As for GSoC, the student proposal deadline has finished and the program is
in the phase where people are ranking student proposals. Nothing was
submitted regarding libcdio. So perhaps better luck next year, I guess.

> I know I promised to reply with respect to GSoC, and I have been quiet.
> I implemented raw P-W subchannel reading in cued about a week ago for
> somebody whose drive could not do formatted Q subchannel reading.  I also
> found that some of my drives that do NOT work with formatted Q  DO work
> well
> with raw P-W.  Thus, as Peter suspected, raw P-W may be more widely
> available than formatted Q.  (I have not done a formal statistical
> analysis,
> but an informal survey suggests this to be the case.)
> Then I had to leave town unexpectedly.  My grandmother is in the hospital.
> I have limited Internet access here.  I do not know that I will have time
> to
> write up something for libcdio for GSoC before whatever deadlines exist.
> I
> will be back home in about a week.  Rocky, can you simply add something to
> the GSoC GNU webpage for libcdio with respect to adding support for
> formatted Q and raw P-W subcode reading to libcdio?  Let me know.  If you
> cannot, I will try to find time to write up something from here.
> Regards,
> Rob

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