IAT (Iso9660 Analyzer Tool)

Version: 
1.7
Release date: 
Sunday, 11 October, 2009

License:

Interface:

IAT (Iso9660 Analyzer Tool) is a tool for detecting the structure of many types of CD-ROM image file formats, such as BIN, MDF, PDI, CDI, NRG, and B5I, and converting them into ISO-9660.

Manual installation

Unzip to destination folder, better if in PATH.

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

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I need to add the author field to the program. In the screenshot you can see that the third line in the command line says Iso9660 Analyzer Tool v0.1.3 by Salvatore Santagati.

Thanks for notifing this, Tae, some clarifications about: You are free to quote the original author name (maybe inside an OS/2 program are you writing?), since you can read inside the image, however, in this cases, we mainly refer to the port's author, which has made the effort to make the software itself available for OS/2 platform too (eCSoft/2 is only devoted to software running on IBM OS/2 Operating Systems). The original author, obviously, is mentioned, first of all, only if he still maintains the OS/2 version too (like i.e., Agena' s programming language author, Alexander Waltz). So, from our point of view, an OS/2 software perspective, the port's author is Elbert Pol, and OS/2 developers always report the original author/authors, exactly as required by mostly common Open Source licenses available today. Above rules, are exactly the same applied to other Operating Systems, in terms of Open Source software, nothing more, nothing less. Thanks for your feedback and to follow us!

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