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Re: [Libcdio-devel] Paranoia and CD-Extra

From: Patrick Guimond
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] Paranoia and CD-Extra
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 22:20:54 -0400
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I already sent a patch about this. It went through unnoticed though... :/

You can find it here:

Patrick Guimond

David Stockwell wrote:
> Ripping a CD in CD-Extra format (with links to a website following the
> last track, I find that cdio-paranoia continues to read the track beyond
> the end of the track until it hits the "Extra" portion, recording
> everything thereafter as a "skip". This appears to be a known problem
> with Paranoia.
> FWIW, I am using cdio_paranoia_read_limited, with a callback to report
> the status, so I do know what is going on.  In reading the track, I am
> seeking the first LSN of the track, then looping through the track from
> the first LSN to the last, similar to the following:
> for (lsn_t lsnCurr=lsnFirst; lsnCurr<=lsnLast; ++lsnCurr) {
>     pParaBuffer = cdio_paranoia_read_limited(pParanoia, cbParanoia, 20);
> }
> So, why am I reading past the end of the last track?
> Looking at the includes, I see a call to
> cdio_paranoia_set_range(pParanoia, {beginning LSN}, {ending LSN}) which
> is not really documented, but appears to set limits on how far paranoia
> will read.
> Including that call in my source, I get a good compile, but the link
> fails with "undefined reference to cdio_paranoia_set_range".
> I have installed 0.78 into /usr/local (the basic distro includes 0.77 in
> /usr).
> Finally, this is the only disk I cannot read/rip, so I believe it has to
> do with strangeness from this format.
> Any help?
> David Stockwell
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