Can you (or anyone) provide a sample of an m3u that works with foo_gep? I have a few gbs/m3u rips which have a separate m3u for each track. This means I can't use them, since they're all in the same folder and I can't give all of them the same name as the gbs (I guess I could get around this making a bunch of hardlinks to the gbs within the folder so I can give it a bunch of different names, but hopefully the following will be a bit less messy). I think the easiest way to handle these would be simply to open the m3us in a text editor and combine them into a single m3u, but to do that I need to know how foo_gep expects them to be formatted.
If it matters, the ones I have now follow the format:
DMG-ADQJ-JPN.gbs::GBS,0,Overture - Koichi Sugiyama - Dragon Warrior Monsters - ©1998-09-25 Tose\, Enix,1:29,,1
In this case, try:
Note that you need to change the track number from 0 to 1. You'll probably have to add 1 to all of the track numbers.
Also, MS Word has an "import text from file" option. It's a handy way to compile all of the m3u text into a single file.