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In the download section : [http://amstrad.cpc.free.fr/download.php?dcategory=Utilitaires&sortby= Download]
 
In the download section : [http://amstrad.cpc.free.fr/download.php?dcategory=Utilitaires&sortby= Download]
  
== UNIX port ==
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Direct link for version 0.20h (Build Feb 6 2012): [http://ldeplanque.free.fr/ManageDsk/ManageDsk_v0.20h.zip Here]
[[Sid]] made a port of ManageDSK to Linux, Mac Os X and other UNIX OS. This port is command-line only but features all the important functionnalities for managing DSK files. You can download it at [http://koaks.amstrad.free.fr/amstrad/projets/|Sid's homepage].
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This tool works on all unix platforms, unlike cpcfs/cpcxfs which suffers from many endianness problems and can't work on powerPC, for example. The command line interface is designed for easy integration in a makefile, making it more efficient for cross-development.
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== Sequel: iDSK ==
  
You will probably want to use [[dsktools]] to write the dsk image to a real floppy.
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ManageDsk was used as a basis to make [[iDSK]], a portable variant that runs on Linux, Mac OS X.
 
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[[Category:Emulation Tools]][[Category:CrossDev]]
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Latest revision as of 10:40, 2 October 2013

ManageDsk

ManageDsk is a small tool which allows :

  • Create a empty .DSK file (in DATA format),
  • Add some files in an existing .DSK file,
  • Extract some files from an existing .DSK file,
  • Rename some files contained in a .DSK file,
  • Delete some files contained in a .DSK file,
  • And since version 0.15, Read/Write DSK files from/to a 3,5" floppy

You can find it here : Amstradeus

In the download section : Download

Direct link for version 0.20h (Build Feb 6 2012): Here

Sequel: iDSK

ManageDsk was used as a basis to make iDSK, a portable variant that runs on Linux, Mac OS X.