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   0.51.1 - [unstable branch] - Sun Oct 10 2004, joern
    Notes:
    - A new dependency: the Perl module Locale::TextDomain,
      often packaged as libintl-perl resp. libintl-xs-perl
      in many distribtions.

    Bugfixes:
    - Merging multiple PSU's with OGG/Vorbis in cluster mode
      didn't work. Thanks for the reports to Daniel Baughman
      <danrb AT codenet.net>, Sybren <sybren AT thirdtower.com>
      and Henning <einpfundhirn AT web.de>.
    - backup.rip creation failed if project's tmp/ directory
      was missing. Thanks for the report to Felix Knecht.
    - Gray out RIP button in DVD Image and DVD on-the-fly modes,
      because makes no sense here. Thanks for the report to
      Geoffrey Trexler <skynet AT charter.net>
    - dvdrip --help didn't work with recent Perl versions

    Features:
    - Full localization support (l10n). A lot of work for
      this was done by Oliver Kramer, who translated dvd::rip
      to German and send me a patch, which turned dvd::rip
      into a German version. I used this patch to extract
      all messages from dvd::rip source code and converted
      it to a patch, which added gettext() like calls, instead
      of a hardcoded German translation. Read l10n/README
      if you're interested in maintaining translations
      and contact me.
    - Translations and their maintainers in this release:
Czech:    Ales Tosovsky <tosovsky AT wo.cz>
French:   Sebastien Corot <scorot AT libertysurf.fr>
German:   Jörn Reder <joern AT zyn.de>
Spanish:  Sergio Cambra <runico AT users.berlios.de>
      The file l10/MAINTAINERS will always list all
      actual translation maintainers.
    - Support for Vorbis quality of -1, suggested by
      Bennett Perkins <bennett.perkins AT optusnet.com.au>.