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Latest version is released on 2006-12-26.
Release Note here
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Windows Installer xbgmsharp-
Gentoo Ebuild (Details) xbgmsharp-
Debian Package (Details)
Ubuntu Package (Details)
RedHat Package (Details)
Mandriva Package (Details)
Fedora Package (Details)
SuSE Package (Details)
Mac OS X (Details)
(All distributions and platforms)
Source (Details) xbgmsharp0.9.1.0-26.tar.gz
Require mono (Details) Win32 Combined Installer
Mono & GTK#
Tutorial English

XBGM# using Microsoft .NET Framework:

If you wish to run XBGM# on windows without having Mono installed in your system. You should try first to use XBGM# with mono and then try it with Microsoft .NET

  • You need to *FIRST* install Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1 Redistributable Package (runtime) here
  • Then you install a standalone Gtk# Win32 Runtime Installer for Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 (runtime) here
Having the Microsoft .NET Framework and/or SDK installed in your computer prior to the Mono Combined installer or afterward should not matter.
The Mono Combined installer does not interact with the Microsoft .NET Framework.
It has its own Global Assembly Cache (GAC) and it is not placed on the system PATH during the installation -- This is by design.
Also runnig XBGM# using Microsoft .NET Framework might get XBGM# unstable. It's has not been fully test.
XBGM# is not tested with Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework.

XBGM# - unofficial Debian package:

Pascal Giard have created an unofficial debian package available at:
The package is also working for Ubuntu.

Debian and Ubuntu users can use that package by either downloading it and installing it manually, or by adding a line to their /etc/apt/sources.list:
deb http://xbgm.sourceforge.net/debian unstable/
deb-src http://xbgm.sourceforge.net/debian unstable/

# apt-get update
# apt-get install xbgmsharp

XBGM# - unofficial Ebuild package:

To use the ebuild:

To create a portage overlay, you need to add the following to your /etc/make.conf:
To make things simple, as root execute this command:
# mkdir /usr/local/portage && echo 'PORTDIR_OVERLAY="/usr/local/portage"' >> /etc/make.conf
You can now copy the ebuild to the overlay, but first, you need to make the right directory for it:
# mkdir -p /usr/local/portage/app-misc/xbgmsharp
Now we can copy over the ebuild to the new location:
# cp xbgmsharp-0.9.0.ebuild /usr/local/portage/app-misc/xbgmsharp/xbgmsharp-0.9.0.ebuild
Making a Digest:
# ebuild /usr/local/portage/app-misc/xbgmsharp/xbgmsharp-0.9.0.ebuild digest
Then emerge:
# emerge xbgmsharp

XBGM# - unofficial Redhat package:

The package is generated from the Debian package with the alien program.
The package should also work with all RPM base distribution like Fedora, Mandriva, SuSE.

To install, just use the rpm command as the root user:

# rpm -Uvh xbgmsharp_0.9.0_all.rpm

XBGM# - unofficial Mac OS X:

XBGM# work with Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger).

Install fink.
Install mono 1.1.18 from fink or from the mono package.
Install gtk+ 2.6.10 or upper and gtk-sharp2 2.4.3 or upper from fink.
Download xbgm# from cvs or use the binary package.

For more details please read this.

XBGM# - official CVS:

Anonymous CVS Access:
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@xbgm.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/xbgm login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@xbgm.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/xbgm co -P xbgmsharp

If you wish to compile xbgm#.
You can use Monodevelop (Linux) or SharpDevelop (Windows) or make command:
Text Mode
cd xbgmsharp/src
make text

cd xbgmsharp/src
make gui

Glade GUI
cd xbgmsharp/src

You might browse CVS repository here

XBGM# - offical text mode:

First you need to get the lastest source from the cvs.
Then to make xbgm# in text mode:
cd xbgmsharp/src
make text

You still need mono, so to run it:
# mono xbgmsharp.exe --help
To list file in xiso:
# mono xbgmsharp.exe -l -f file1.iso
To extract file on xbox:
# mono xbgmsharp.exe -x -f file1.iso
To extract file localy:
# mono xbgmsharp.exe -use-xbox 1 -x -f file1.iso

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