View this project at SourceForge.net: http://sourceforge.net/projects/droid64
This is a filemanager for disk-images suitable for the Commodore 64 and others. These disk-images are usually stored as .D64 files having a size of 174848 bytes. The idea with DroiD64 is to make life easier for Commodore 64 fans, especially for those using MAC and Linux systems as there are tools available for Windows anyway.
Supported image file formats:
- D64 - C1541
- D67 - C2040
- D71 - C1571 readonly
- D80 - C8050
- D81 - C1581
- D82 - C8250 readonly
- T64 - C1530 readonly
- CP/M readonly on D64, D71 and D81
- All formats above as gzipped
- Zip files
- New disk
- Open disk
- Show BAM of disk
- Rename disk
- Show hexdump of disk block
- Print hexdump of disk block
- Validate disk image
- Insert PRG file into disk
- Extract PRG file from disk
- Rename file on disk
- Copy PRG file to another disk
- View and print hexdump of files
- View and print Koala Paint pictures
- View and print BASIC programs
- Use MySQL database for making D64 images search able
- interaction with other programs (for example: cbm4linux or Vice)
- Reorder and sort files on disk image
- Browse local file system
What it can't do
DroiD64 cannot transfer disk images to real floppy hardware. There are other programs for that purpose like StarCommander and OpenCBM. DroiD64 can to some extent use these and other command line tools.
|This is the latest droiD64 Java executable suitable for all platforms.|
|This is the latest droiD64 Java source.|
View previous releases and change logs at SourceForge.net.
|Java runtime 1.7 or newer (Download Oracle's Java runtime environments at http://java.oracle.com.)|
As DroiD64 is written in Java, it should run on every platform Java runs on (for example Linux, MacOS X, OS/2, Unix, VMS and Windows) :)
- Step 1: Download and install a Java runtime environment if you have none installed.
- Step 2: Download the latest version of DroiD64 and extract it to any directory of your choice.
- Step 3: Create a link to start droiD64. (This step may be skipped on some operating systems.)
This may be the hardest part for people not familiar with Java applications.
Make your link, batch-file, shell-script or whatever somehow look like the following commandline:
java -jar [directory]/droiD64-[version].jar
Things to keep in mind
Important: Please keep in mind that this program is still in testing phase.
Please work with backups of your files and please send feedback if something go wrong.
Please refer also to the "Bugs and ToDo" section in the "Help"-menu of this program, because this will be updated more recently.
- Bug: None known. Do intensive testing, find some and mail them to me please.
- ToDo: General: Do intensive testing.
- ToDo: General: Allow users to enter special characters when editing diskname and filenames.
- ToDo: General: Implement drag and drop.
- ToDo: DiskPanel: Warn users if file will get overwritten.
- ToDo: D64.writeDirectoryEntry: What to do if filename exists?
- ToDo: D64.setNewDirectoryEntry: Relative files.
- ToDo: D64.setNewDirectoryEntry: GEOS files.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
See the GNU General Public License for more details.
Last updated on 04.11.2015