Edit: In case you're unsure of the VirusTotal results, cloning the repo and running "build.bat" (with MSVC - https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/) should build the application
BinChunker is an application that converts .bin "Disc Image" files to .iso with the help of a .cue file.
The application is unfortunately Unix-only (which includes Mac OS X and Linux) due to the use of a number of non-standard C headers - in fact, the code will fail to compile on a Windows "cross-native" Linux layer like MingW64
$ gcc bchunk.c -o bchunk bchunk.c:61:24: fatal error: netinet/in.h: No such file or directory #include <netinet/in.h> ^ compilation terminated.
Fortunately, a fix has been published by mzex for use of BinChunker on Windows, however it does not come with the source code (only a binary encoded in base64 format).
In the spirit of the GPL, here's a copy of the source code on Github: https://github.com/extramaster/bchunk. Feel free to Fork (or even spin off as a separate repo).
And here's the Windows Binary Download of BinChunker, the GitHub releases system is used: https://github.com/extramaster/bchunk/releases.
Oh, and one more thing, the changes made do not break Linux/Unix builds. So you can compile this version with Linux as usual.