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I found in the forum the return results.


0 No error detected

1 if the burn couldn't start - drive not ready etc.

2 if burn (or now 'build') failed.

3 if verify failed


Now my question.

When the program is started via command line and the user is cancelling the operation 0 is returned.

Is it possible that a new value X

(for example 4)

is used for this case?

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