Since 1.20 was able to burn from a CUE/BIN file, I though "why not rip them as well"? Well ripping is the easy part, it's the cue file that's hard. I played around with the toc2cue that ships with cdrdao 1.17, but it failed on the first disk I tried (a vcd disk). Since I mainly use CUE/BIN files for vcd this just would not do. Another issue is that cdrdao only added toc2cue with version 1.17, and not everyone has that yet.
To this end I have created my own toc2cue script. It is not done yet, there are a couple data types not accounted for and a few odd quirks with audio, but it works great for vcd and data CDs.
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