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Started by AugustoRuiz, 08:31, 26 April 13
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Quote from: redbox on 10:14, 26 April 13This is a useful tool for me for cross-dev.At the moment, I assemble in WinApe and write to the DSK in there. Then I eject the DSK and load it into the HxC to try on my real CPC.But now I can write the BIN file directly to the PC, use your tool to create a DSK wrapper and then load it straight into the HxC - all using one script.So thank you!
Quote from: AMSDOS on 23:14, 26 April 13In Winape there's a thing called "Edit Disc"(?), which lets you Drop files onto a Disc Image, and I think you can even move Files from that back onto the PC.
Quote from: AugustoRuiz on 08:31, 26 April 13Hi guys!I've created a commandline program to generate RAW DSKs. It's called DSKGen. You can see the documentation and download it from here:DSKGen - CPC ToolsYou need .NET Framework 2.0 or higher (or Mono, so yes, you can run it from linux!)Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Quote from: AugustoRuiz on 15:39, 27 April 13True! But you cannot create a makefile that invokes that functionality, so I created this little utility The Edit Disc from WinApe has a lot more functionality. It was great to be able to check if my dsks were properly created using that part of WinApe!
Quote from: TFM/FS on 23:37, 27 April 13What is the difference between DSKs created by DSKGen or by an emulator. (I don't know what do you mean by raw format either, maybe you can explain that a bit).
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