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CDTech

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CDTech is a CD/DVD file name archiver (indexing and calagoguing). It allows to retrieve quickly a given file in one or many CD or DVD. There is no limits in term of number of CD/DVD or files managed. CDTech uses a Mysql database.

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  • scans CDROMS and DVDROMS and archives file names
  • scans zip, 7z, gzip, bzip2, ... via 7zip
  • searches can be done via key-words

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Languages

French, English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C

Registered

2008-01-08

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