in the (now closed) feature request #53 "cdparanoia III 10.2 cache management", it turned out that libcdio is based on the old cdparanoia III 9.8.
Yet, the "Readme" inside the latest freac-20140223 still reads:
fre:ac uses the CDRip library for audio ripping on Windows.
fre:ac uses the cdio library for audio ripping on Linux and NetBSD.
fre:ac uses the cdparanoia library for audio ripping on FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
So, as far as i can see, the Windows, FreeBSD and OpenBSD versions all are using the very latest cdparanoia III 10.2 including cache management now, right?
But, the Linux and NetBSD versions still are using the old cdparanoia III 9.8 without cache management, right?
Please drop libcdio and instead use the native cdparanoia library for Linux as well, so that the Linux version also utilizes the very latest cdparanoia III 10.2 including cache management.
It would be much appreciated.