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Date:	Sat, 27 Dec 2014 20:19:49 -0500
From:	Douglas Gilbert <>
To:	SCSI development list <>
CC:	Tomas Fasth <>,
	David Sommerseth <>,
	Hannes Reinecke <>,
	linux-kernel <>,
	alexander Motin <>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] ddpt, version 0.95 available

ddpt is yet another variant of the venerable Unix dd command
line utility. It offers more precise control over a storage
copy and can bypass upper layers to use SCSI commands like READ,
mechanisms to move the data. ddpt supports both the Linux
kernel 2.6 and 3 series with ports to FreeBSD, Solaris, and

For more information and downloads see:

Changelog for ddpt-0.95 [20141226] [svn: r307]
   - add oflag=verify[,bytchk] to write using the SCSI
     WRITE AND VERIFY command
   - add job file that holds options; specified either
     freestanding on command line or after --job=
   - show percent completed
   - add DDPT_DEF_BS environment variable
   - add iflag=ff to source 0xff bytes
   - ddptctl: add --hex and --readonly options
   - add atomic flag for WRITE ATOMIC(16) command on OFILE
   - add warning when oflag=strunc copy interrupted
   - win32: ddpt --wscan fixes
   - point svn:externals to rev 620 of sg3_utils
   - upgrade automake to version 1.14.1

Changelog for ddpt-0.94 [20140407] [svn: r277]

This package may be built to depend on the shared library
produced by the sg3_utils, version 1.40 package (released
20141113). Alternatively this package can be built to
statically include the code it needs from sg3_utils.

Doug Gilbert
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