On Sat, 10 Oct 2009, Philip Pemberton wrote:
Steven Hirsch wrote:
you mean by "cooked"? Raw M2FM data, decoded M2FM (sync words and
headers intact), or just sequential sectors of data?
They are sequential sectors of data.
So basically they are the M2FM equivalent of a WinImage "IMD" file. Nice. (As
long as you know the sector sizes beforehand...)
I'm not familiar with WinImage.
Or curious folk (like me) who enjoy the challenge of
picking apart disc
Indeed. It would be great to have a utility that can read/write files from
Point me to a filesystem spec and some demo images and it might turn into my
next "little project".. :)
I'll do some poking through the ISIS-II documentation and see if there's a
credit, how about a FUSE module for Linux or
That sounds like a lot more fun. A lot of work, but also a lot more fun (and
I'd love to do a FUSE mounter for BBC Micro (Acorn DFS and possibly ADFS)
disc images, but it's still on my "maybe later" list... :)
I had a bit of exposure to the FUSE API while doing some bug-fixing on the
CoCo FUSE module. It seems very straightforward. There's a baseline of
functionality that must be present, and a few other things that are nice
to have but not essential.