It uses a listview control to show command options. If the option requires an argument, double-clicking on the argument column will enable you to edit the argument.
You can save prefered options as an xml file, and load it in other sessions for similar operations.
TotalISO supports multiple languages. Currently, it supports English and Chinese (Simplified). If "lang\zh_cn.dll" does not exist, it uses English, otherwise, it uses Chinese (simplified).
Please use IE to download the file. Just ignore the Chinese words on the page, and click the link related to the file in English.
me too and now configuration gui ?TW wrote:looks interesting, thank you.
but not easy to handle. by default, it just tells me "please select a directory and try again", then it stops.
I included mkisofs.exe in the downloaded file but forgot to include cygwin1.dll, which is required by mkisofs.exe. You can either install a basic cygwin, or search for
Bart's PEBuild (You can find both mkisofs.exe and cygwin1.dll in PEBuild).
Select a directory in TC, press "Alt+F5", Select "tio" (the default extension of TotalISO plugin). Click "Ok". Then select appropriate options. The provided default options for mkisofs will make a valid ISO file from the selected directory. To be simpler, just de-select those arguments requring argument, then click "Ok". If it fails, enable the creation of log file, and see what's said in the log file.
There are buttons to "save" and "load" settings as XML files. They may be useful, if someone can share some of the settings for some normal tasks (ie, settings for data cd, bootable cd, etc).
In the next version, I will add some wizards to make it easier to choose command options for specific tasks.
Graphical configuration is still under development, so it is disabled.
More options will be added in the future once I've got free time and collected user's feedback.
Multilanguage is one of the design features of TotalISO. It currently supports English and Chinese (Simplified), which are what I can use. Which language would you like? Would you like to help to translate?
Can anyone familiar with mkisofs and/or cdimage share the settings for some specific tasks (normal data cd, bootable cd, etc)? Its' very easy to do so. From TotalISO's main dialog, just show all the options for the command, and select desired options, and save as the options to XML files, and then share the xml files. Thanks!
You should not use DLL file for the language part ...Multilanguage is one of the design features of TotalISO. It currently supports English and Chinese (Simplified), which are what I can use. Which language would you like? Would you like to help to translate?
A simple text file (ini format or other) is the best (easiest) way to collect many available language !
You can download the latest version of cdrtools hereI included mkisofs.exe in the downloaded file but forgot to include cygwin1.dll...
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align_test.exe AN-2.01 avoffset.exe cdda2wav.exe cdrecord.exe cdrtools-2.01a27-o_excl.patch..patch cdrtools-2.01-force_uppercase.patch COPYING cygwin1.dll devdump.exe isodebug.exe isodump.exe isoinfo.exe isovfy.exe mkisofs.exe readcd.exe README README.win32 rscsi.exe scgcheck.exe skel.exe
Thanks for the link!
2franck8244 and djk
You mean to use "*.lng" files? I have little experience in using them in TC plugins. Do they work well with multi-byte languages like Chinese, Japanese and Korean? I mean, if a dialog is designed using English as the resource language, and then we provide a Chinese lng file. Can the texts on the dialog display properly in Chinese? Another question is that with lng files, can you select a language for a plugin different from the language of TC. For example, if TC is in English, can I set the plugin to use Chinese?
Any comments or info would be appreciated. I will try to update the program once I've got free time.
- It's "your job" to play with those lng file: loading and displaying them (TC does it only for Content plugin)
- You can choose the language in your apps for example with a combobox, then you set the good value in your ini file