SimpleCDR-X was born in mid-June of 2001
SimpleCDR-X was born in mid-June of 2001. It was clear to me that SimpleCDR's interface had limitations that could only be overcome by going to a GUI interface. I then proceeded to look at the various toolkits and then I discovered Glade.
Glade is perhaps one of the best programming utilities that I have found for Linux to date. It the development of a 2200 line interface much easier than it would have been otherwise. If Glade wasn't around I still might just be playing with the various toolkits instead of having a finished product. Glade allowed me to focus on functionality rather than trying to get the interface to look right with straight C code.
SimpleCDR-X like it's brother SimpleCDR is a hybrid of C and C++. Most of the external utilities are managed by C++ classes called from the hybrid callbacks.c. The reason that I didn't opt to use GTK-- instead of the hybird was because most everyone already has GTK+, however, not everyone has GTK-- and some don't want to download a 1.5 MB file to compile or dig up the installation CDs.
Here are some key features of "SimpleCDR X":
Disc-At-Once CD copying
Audio CD copying via cdrecord and CDparanoia or cdda2wav
Audio CD Mastering
MP3/OGG import via MADplay, LAME, or OGG123
Import from CD via CDparanoia or cdda2wav
Data CD Mastering
Multi-session CD writing
Rip tracks to wav
Rip tracks to MP3/OGG on the fly via Blade Encode, LAME, or oggenc
rip tracks mp3 ogg has gtk various toolkits the various
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JGlade 0.1 (by Diego Torres Milano)
JGlade is a reimplementation of libglade in pure Java that enables Glade UI designs to be ported to platform independent toolkits, li
Glade 3.1.2 (by The GNOME Project)
Glade project is a free user interface builder for GTK+ and GNOME.
The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML, and by
cdmp3 0.5.0 (by Roland Riegel)
cdmp3 uses cdparanoia or cdda2wav to extract single tracks or even a whole CD and converts them on-the-fly into MP3 or Ogg Vorbis fil
RipIT 3.5.0 (by Felix Suwald)
RipIT is used to create MPEG-1 Layer 3 (mp3), Flac (flac) or Ogg Vorbis (ogg) audio files from an audio CD and from version 3.4 also
Kefir PR3 (by Yaakov Nemoy)
Kefir is a code generator that writes wrapper code around Glade files.
Kefir takes glade files and writes a wrapper object for eac
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