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CDRTOOLS 4 Windows Installer

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CDRTOOLS is set of command line tools that Unix systems use often.. The port was not made by me. However I found that it becomes much faster to setup with an installer that I made for the CDRTOOLS port for Windows.

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    I don't have any objections regarding package content, but installer overwrote my PATH content instead of just adding cdrtools path.

    Posted 11/02/2015
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