There are 4 file types use the .TOC file extension:
- Eudora Table of Contents
- PSP Audio File
- Brasero Table of Contents File
- World of Warcraft Add-on Table of Contents File
1. Eudora Table of Contents
Contains a table of contents for messages stored within a certain Eudora mail folder; lists all the messages that are displayed when a mail folder is opened within Eudora.
NOTE: Eudora is no longer actively developed.
in.toc - Inbox table of contents
out.toc - Outbox table of contents
junk.toc - Junkmail table of contents
trash.toc - Trash table of contents
Updated: May 19, 2015
2. PSP Audio File
Audio format used by the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP); required for creating custom tracks for games such as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.
|Extract Audio Copy|
Updated: September 20, 2015
3. Brasero Table of Contents File
Data file created by Brasero, a disc authoring program for Unix; defines the table of contents (or structure) of the data stored within a disc image; saved along with a corresponding .BIN file, which contains the actual data.
NOTE: Both the TOC and BIN files are required to burn a disc image to a CD or DVD with Brasero.
Updated: November 13, 2014
4. World of Warcraft Add-on Table of Contents File
File used by World of Warcraft, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG); contains table of contents information for a user interface add-on; used to describe the add-on name, description, saved variables, and instructions for how the add-on should be loaded.
TOC files contain lines of text with "##" tags followed by a series filenames. First, tags describe information for the client. For example, "## Version: 1.2" may provide the add-on version. Second, a list of filenames describes the order in which the add-on files are loaded.
NOTE: TOC files often reference Blizzard Texture files (.LUA) and .XML configuration files.
Updated: October 28, 2014