jay wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:52 pm
I'm working on the hundred millionth separate implementation of a tool for working with DFS images. I'm working on Linux for the implementation, and planning to check against the behaviour I see on emulators like B-EM.
So just DFS images, ie. single density formats that are mostly Acorn compatible?
The standard Acorn DFS and ADFS formats are well documented and supported in similar image tools. There are a wide variety of double density formats from Solidisk, Watford, Opus that are not documented, or supported by image tools, though may not be that useful apart from documentation purposes.
The Watford DFS can support 62 files, rather than the usual 31, and so has an extra catalogue on sectors 2,3 which may be useful to support.
I don't think there exists any tools for manipulating the Acorn CPM and Acorn DOS formats which may be useful to the community.