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Saturn Disk Image

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Saturn Disk Image

Saturn Disk Image
Stable release 1.4 / October 26, 2009 (2009-10-26)
Written in C#
Operating system Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, BSD, Solaris
Platform IA-32
Size Less than 1 megabyte
Type ISO image software, build automation
License zlib/libpng
Website .net.sourceforgesaturndiskimage

Saturn Disk Image is a tool for creating and analyzing ISO images. It supports ISO 9660 disc format as well as Joliet extension. Saturn was originally constructed with build automation in mind and therefore features a NAnt task, but it also provides a normal GUI and a .NET Framework API. Saturn Disk Image requires .NET framework 2.0 or 3.5 or possibly Mono.

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