ISO9660 CD filesystem: Lua parsing library

ISO9660 is standard filesystem used on read-only optical discs (mostly CD-ROM). The standard was based on earlier High Sierra Format (HSF), proposed for CD-ROMs in 1985, and, after several revisions, it was accepted as ISO9960:1998.

The format emphasizes portability (thus having pretty minimal features and very conservative file names standards) and sequential access (which favors disc devices with relatively slow rotation speed).

File extension

iso

KS implementation details

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References

This page hosts a formal specification of ISO9660 CD filesystem using Kaitai Struct. This specification can be automatically translated into a variety of programming languages to get a parsing library.

Lua source code to parse ISO9660 CD filesystem