`drops-udf' is a wrapper for `drops' to use OCTA UDF files as input / output.
`drops-udf' is developped and tested on Linux, and thus is is designed for UNIX/Linux environments. drops-udf is shell scripts, so you need to use Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com/) to run drops-udf on Windows.
`drops-udf' requires `drops' and `xudf', so you should install these into your system before installation of drops-udf.
`drops-udf' uses autoconf / automake, so if required libraries are already installed, you can compile and install it just like other free softwares.
$ zcat drops-udf-0.2.0.tar.gz | tar xvf - $ cd drops-udf-0.2.0 $ ./configure $ make $ su # make install
If you are using GNU tar, you can use is as
tar zxvf drops-udf-0.2.0.tar.gz
zcat drops-udf-0.2.0.tar.gz | tar xvf -.
For RedHat type Linux distributions (RedHat Linux, Fedora Core, TurboLinux, Vine Linux, etc), SRPM file can be used to build RPM package of drops. To rebuild RPM package from SRPM package, see the man page of rpm (or the man page of rpmbuild).
For Microsoft Windows, you can use binary packages compiled by MinGW.
You can use the installer to install drops or zip archive.
To run dropsudf, adding the binary directory of drops to the PATH environment variable
dropsudf on shell (dropsudf is shell script and
thus it cannot be directly executed on DOS command prompt).