Ticket #14084 (new defect)
cdparanoia missing an option causing abcde to fail
|Reported by:||duke@…||Owned by:||macports-tickets@…|
I'm trying to use abcde to rip and encode some CDs but it's failing due to a command line option missing from cdparanoia.
The "-d" option in cdparanoia is used to specify a device to rip from. It seems the macports code has removed this option from the original cdparanoia code but references to it have not been removed from other macports (or at least not from abcde.) Using the macports version, the -d option prints out usage information causing abcde to fail.
At least I assume that macports specifically removed the option - I downloaded the original cdparanoia code and the -d option is present. If this is the case, I really think the -d option should be left in but made a "placebo" option so its absence doesn't break other programs like abcde.
Or maybe the -d option should just be left in its original form - is there something in OS X that prevents cdparanoia from being able to select a different device from which to rip a disc?