On Sun, Aug 08, 2010 at 03:23:14PM -0500, MikeS wrote: >That's also what I'd suggested on that other forum, but I thought >perhaps someone knew of an already existing program that would >effectively create a catalog of a tape, with names and start/end >addresses; something for a rainy evening I suppose. For what it is worth, cbmconvert can convert a high-level tape image to a disk image (4040 or 1541; sorry, I never got around to implementing 8050 or 8250 support). How to decode a low-level tape image (*.tap) to a high-level one is another matter. My "c2n" utility can do that, if the tape is clean of spikes. Best regards, Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-08-09 04:00:08
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