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3-5-7] ISO-9660:1999




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This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (fadden@fadden.com) with numerous contributions by others.

3-5-7] ISO-9660:1999

(2005/07/10)

This is an updated version of the ISO-9660 standard. Some features:

- Filenames can be 207 characters long, and case-sensitive.
- Filenames no longer need to have a dot (i.e. not 8+3), and no longer
have a version number (the ";1" that is usually concealed).
- Limits on directory depth have been removed.

Operating system support for ISO-9660:1999 started appearing in 2004 or so.
The first version of Windows to support it is WinXP.


 

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