gnome-multi-writer 3.15.1

GNOME MultiWriter can be used to write an ISO file to multiple USB
devices at once. Once an .img or .iso file has been chosen it can be
written to an unlimited number of devices simultaneously.

Bugs (and pull requests) accepted on GitHub[1]; if there's sufficient
interest I'll move the project to after a few releases.

Version 3.15.1
Released: 2015-01-05

 - Initial tarball release

New Features:
 - 16 translations, see
 - Copy an ISO image to an unlimited number of devices (Richard Hughes)
 - Inhibit suspend when copying data (Richard Hughes)
 - Play a sound when all the images have been written (Richard Hughes)
 - Show an image when there are no suitable drives plugged in (Richard Hughes)

 - Show the USB connection address in the UI (Richard Hughes)
 - Update example spec file (Igor Gnatenko)
 - Use a progressbar and smaller icons in the main UI (Richard Hughes)
 - Use a thread pool to allocate threads (Richard Hughes)

Tarballs available here:



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