TAPClean Front End packages for Windows and Linux have been published. These include the latest release of TAPClean, 0.32-pre10.
I got an enclosure prototype produced for USBhost-64. Pictures are available in my USBhost-64 section.
Following the availability of revision 0.31 of TAPClean, TAPClean Front End packages for Windows have been updated to include it.
Binaries of TAPClean Front End available for Linux too now. These include the latest release of TAPClean, 0.31-pre8.
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes a few new features and the latest release of TAPClean, 0.31-pre4.
DC2N and USBHost-64 sections updated with the latest information.
Some tidy up was done in my Production and C64 sections. The least interesting releases were removed.
A new release of the DC2N version 3 is now available. Check the DC2N section and register your interest!
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes a few new features and the latest release of TAPClean, 0.31-pre1.
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes a few changes and the latest official release of TAPClean, 0.29.
Updated libcbmhires and libtap with faster versions: libcbmhiresf and libtapf.
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes a couple of additional features along with the latest builds of TAPClean, 0.29-pre-2.
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes a few changes and the latest builds of TAPClean, 0.29-pre-1.
New release of TAPClean Front End available that includes all of the new features and the latest builds of TAPClean, 0.28-pre-5.
Linux binaries of the new release of TAPClean Front End are now available.
New release of TAPClean Front End available. Windows binaries are available in my C64 section along with the relevant documentation.
New release of TAPClean Front End available. It includes a Tape editor for TAP files. Windows and Linux binaries are available in my C64 section along with the relevant documentation.
New release of TAPClean Front End available. It includes a fequency-based scanner selection mechanism. The latest TAPClean binaries, 0.28-pre-3, are included as well.
New beta release of TAPClean Front End available. It includes a CBM file repair tool for TAP files. The latest TAPClean binaries, 0.28-pre-1, are included as well.
New release of TAPClean Front End available. It includes a graphic analysis tool for TAP and DMP files (a la TAP Studio) and comes along with the latest TAPClean binaries as well.
MSI installer available for Windows users.
Beta of TAP Studio (win-32 native) available for download: it supports DMP and TAP in a single executable.
TAPClean Front End MSI installer (beta) available in my C64 section. Latest preview binaries included.
The dc2nconv tool has been refactored to be as fast as possible. Binaries are available for download in the DC2N area.
Following the availability of revision 0.25 of TAPClean, all TAPClean Front End packages have been updated to include it.
The latest release binaries of TAPClean Front End are now available for all of the supported platforms. The documentation has been updated to include the TAP split feature as well.
TAPClean Front End now offers a TAP split feature. Binaries available for Windows and Linux in my C64 section.
The dc2nconv archive has been updated with a new version of the DC2N Windows Shell Extension that handles 64-bit registry and can be run under Windows 7 as well (Run as administrator).
TAPClean Fron End was update with new features. Above all, in DASM labels are not created in case of very short branch instructions.
I am announcing the USB-64 project that turns the Commodore 64 into a USB host. You can read about how the project started and progressed in my USB-64 blog page, under the C64 section.
TAPClean Front End is now available for Windows XP Professional bundled with the required GTK+ DLLs. No GTK+ installation required.
Following the availability of revision 0.24c of TAPClean, all TAPClean Front End packages have been updated.
Following release 0.24a of TAPClean, TAPClean Front End packages have been updated to include the latest binaries for Windows, Linux, and Solaris 10 i86.
Following release 0.24 of TAPClean, TAPClean Front End packages have been updated to include the latest binaries for Windows, Linux, and Solaris 10 i86.
A new release of TAPClean Front End with an enhanced DASM is available in my C64 section. The latest TAPClean binaries were included as well.
Following the planned release of TAPClean, 0.23b, binaries of TAPClean are available in TAPClean Front End. Windows, Linux, and Solaris 10 i86 binaries are available in my C64 section.
An updated version of TAPClean Front End is available in my C64 section. This build fixes an issue found when handling files with apostrophes inside the file name and/or path. The latest binaries of TAPClean are included as well.
The features available in TAPClean report parser have been included in TAPClean Front End. Binaries and updated user manual available in my C64 section.
I decided to publish TAPClean report parser, a presentation tool for TAPClean's analysis report. Binaries available for Windows and Debian Linux in my C64 section.
Happy new year! TAPClean Front End binaries for Solaris 10 x86 are now available.
TAP Studio (win-32 native) has been updated with a fix for handling conversion from DMP format to TAP.
TAPClean Front End binaries for Debian Linux are now available.
TAPClean Front End has been updated to optionally capture the output from TAPClean. Binaries available for Windows32.
TAP Studio (win-32 native) has been published. Binaries are available in my C64 section.
TAPClean Front End has been updated to allow passing additional arguments to TAPClean console. Binaries available for Windows32, Debian Linux, and Solaris 10 x86.
Book Layout Generator has been updated to release 0.3. Debian Linux and Windows binaries are available for download.
TAPClean Front End has been updated to allow injection of foreign PRG files that may now be displayed as HEX, as CBM BASIC listing, or disassembled.
TAPClean Front End binaries available for Solaris 10 x86.
CBM BASIC Lister v2.03 has been published in my C64 area. Debian Linux binaries are now available.
CBM Dasm v2.24 has been published in my C64 area. Debian Linux binaries are now available.
My C64 section now contains a batch file for Windows to convert multiple TAP files to version 0 for use in conjunction with DC2N. It was contributed by Nigel Parker (www.commodorefree.com).
Exam20 was updated with support for non-standard ROM Header sizes. Version 1.6 is available for download.
TAPClean FE User manual available.
TAP File Studio (multiplatform) has been published for both Windows 32 and Linux.
Update of the TAPClean FE distribution package: it contains new binaries of TAPClean for Windows and Linux.
New update of TAPClean FE. Improved useability based on my experience with tape image testing/cleaning and added comprehensive tooltips.
TAPClean FE has been updated again. This time with an auto-commenting feature for the built-in disassembler.
Happy new year!
TAPClean FE has been updated. Also, where there's a GTK+ version of any software of mine, there's now a direct link to the Windows runtime package to install in order to use that software. Thanks to hokutoforce for this suggestion.
TAPClean FE and Exam20 were updated with new interesting features.
The whole site has been moved from digilander to luigidifraia.com.
The C64 section has been moved to my new webspace on luigidifraia.com.
New builds of TAPCleanFE and TAPMoni2 available. Developed under Debian Linux. tcrep2html preview available for Windows now!
libtap and libcbmhires libraries can now be used within C++ source code too, without any modification of the header files.
A preview of libcbmhires library was published. It's available for download together with 2 demo programs inside my C64 section.
libcbmhires library announced!
TAPClean Front End was updated. Check the latest version for Windows and Linux inside my C64 section.
The libtap library was updated with support for new formats and with 2 additional demo programs (with source code).
A preview of libtap library was published. It's available for download together with 2 demo programs inside my C64 section.
CBM DASM was updated. Changes include correction of three pseudo-ops, and some additional conformance to DASM.
A new beta of TAPClean FE is available for Windows and Linux. The BASIC listing viewer is now active.
A beta version of TAPClean FE for Windows is available for download. Conversion/Recording options are now active, not to mention the Prg handling options that include a Hex Viewer and a Disassembler!
A much more stable version of TAPMoni is finally available for download. Both Windows and Linux binaries are available.
Happy Christmas to everybody! My C64 section was updated and the broken links fixed. CBM Dasm and TAPClean FE binaries for Linux are online now!
CBM Dasm was upgraded from v2.22 BETA to v2.22 plus. It has new nice features and a more robust handling of range files. Windows binaries available NOW!
TAPClean Front End has been around for a while now. Since I didn't receive any report about problems with its use lately, I decided to make it available inside my C64 area.
The DC2N project diary is now available inside my C64 section.
TAPMoni GUI (pre-release) is available for Linux and Windows inside my C64 section. Why not having a look at it?
Book Layout Generator, CBM BASIC Lister, and CBM Dasm were updated. Graphix 2006 is now available for download inside my production section.
Some screenshots of the pre-release version of TAPMoni GUI based on GTK+ 2.0 are online inside my C64 section.
TapMoni was updated to version 1.2.5c. Exact timings and easiness of GUI porting are the new features.
The C64 section contains a new link to my document about the C64 turbo loaders I inspected so far.
TapMoni link was fixed: it was still pointing to version 1.2.4d. Version 1.2.5 is now available.
Support images to Exam20 are now available inside my C64 section too.
Exam20 was updated. There will soon be a GUI version too. Stay tuned ;)
I fixed the "C64 BASIC Lister 1.1F (Win)" link inside my C64 section.
The alcove is open again. There you find some shots I took at the "Monster Metal Madness Tour 2005" in Milan. Have a look ;)
Java vulnerability: I received a malicious email about a multimedia greeting postcard on http://www.bazumcircus.it/img/news2/. The Java applet tried to execute some code on my machine, but I bet it didn't find the proper Java VM version here. Keep an eye open.
A beta version of Book Layout Generator (GTK+ 2.0) for Linux and Windows is online inside my production section.
A beta version of CBM Dasm for Linux is online inside my C64 section. It uses GTK+ 2.0 libraries, usually coming with any major distribution of Linux.
Exam20 now comes with a help document.
A beta version of CBM BASIC Lister for Linux is online inside my C64 section. It uses GTK+ 2.0 libraries, usually coming with any major distribution of Linux.
TapMoni was updated (now at v1.2.5) to provide new useful features.
Minor update: TAP icon (v2) and Exam20 (v1.02).
Exam20, a VIC20 TAP file examiner is online in my C64 section.
Both Windows and Linux binaries are available.
LPTC2N project was updated. Check "Crossplatform" under C64 section.
TapMoni now supports long filenames. AddXor and C64 BASIC Lister were updated too.
TapMoni and 6510 DASM were updated.
TapMoni, a C2N head adjustment tool via TAP file, is online in my C64 section.
Fixed 6510 DASM. A single instruction wasn't correctly translated.
Minor update in my C64 Section. Almost all tools were tested on MS WinXP.
A .manifest file gives those tools a WinXP Visual Style (under WinXP, of course).
The Ultimate TAP Icon is online in my C64 Section.
Inspect2.2w32 (CONSOLE) and Inspect32 v2.1G (DEMO) are now online in my C64 Section.
Two new (beta) tools in my C64 Section: 6510 Dasm and AddXor.
Tomorrow I will leave my parents' home, which means no PC and no Internet anymore. My mother and my brother don't respect the needs of quietness I have to fully recover from depression and to study for my thesis. They engaged an eternal conflict I tried to stop with kindness and love for one whole year now (also by not attending my listenings at uni), but they don't listen to what I suggest and I've been losing too much during that period.
A preview picture of my Windows® port of "Inspect v2" is online under the C64 Section.
There's also a new page about the thesis work I abandoned on late July, available on http://digilander.libero.it/tcengineer/BT/index.html and also reachable from the Production section.
I'm depressed and therefore out of the scene for a while. If you have an urgent need to contact me, just send an SMS to my mobile phone.
One thing I can do for you is to point out that the worm actually spreading via e-mail is called "w32.hiton", and you find all infos + a removal tool at: http://firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another spreading worm is called "netsky". Infos + removal tool at: http://email@example.com.
"CBM BASIC Lister v1.0e" is now online. This new PREVIEW version supports 2 more BASIC sets: Ultra Basic (from ABACUS) and Special BASIC.
The "TAP Files Database" is officially online. It's a service which keeps track of Tap files production, checks data integrity and documents new tape loaders.
Basic Lister 1.0c [beta] was updated to 1.0d.
All Windows® Tools available on these pages are now working under Win2000 and hopefully WinXP.
Minor update to BMP2Koala (v1.2b). Should solve some problems with 256 colors BMP files and be more compatible with other Windows® versions (some elements were replaced).
Thanks to Marco Era's Windows® Assistance, BMP2Koala (v1.2) now runs regularly under Win2000. TapWav was updated too (v2.5b).
C64 Basic Lister 1.0c [beta] is now available. Looks pretty stable, but I still consider it a beta release.
Nostalgic ones wanting to include old C64 BASIC programs' listing into your documents, this is the tool for you!
I will be out of touch for some days during next week, due to an operation. The clinic will admit me on Monday 26 Jan, so there's no hope I will answer to e-mails/forum messages during next week.
I-Worm.Sober.c is actually spreading via the internet as an attachment to infected e-mails. Since i'm receiving some infected e-mails, it may mean some of you have this Worm running on their PCs.
My suggestion is "delete emails coming from unknown senders and do not open the attachment".
Symanthec provides all information about the worm and its removal here:
The new year brings you a cool update. Under C64 Section there's a fully working preview of my last work (there are some in progress): C64 BASIC Lister v1.0. It lets you generate a BASIC listing of C64 BASIC programs from PC Prg files. A new cross-platform tool I would say. Enjoy it!
Quoting from Libero e-mail about the recent feature concerning the advertising frame on the right (freely translated):
"The format of these advertisements will not modify the structure and graphics of pages, or rather will enrich them with new contents useful for surfers. In fact, the sponsorized links will be related to the context and containings of the Personal Page, in order to offer to the user new information and interesting news."
After more than a month, in sign of complaint against my host for the advertising frame, not related anyway with my Pages and corrupting their graphics, I will add my own advertising banners in the links section, including porno ones. They will be in a new page you can reach from the links section following the "Adult links" link. I do not expect you to agree with this section containings but I hope you will respect them;
The worm named Worm.Automat.AHB comes as .exe file attached to fake e-mails apparently from Microsoft. It sends itself to victims filling their e-mail box in multiple versions and e-mail subjects. Attached exe is 140-155 kB about. You're warned.
Updated CircleMUD Builder PreRelease.
Quickest worm I've seen: this morning my e-mail box was carrying 9 spoofed e-mails trying to infect my PC with "W32.Sobig.F@mm" worm.
Since this worm spoofs email addresses before sending itself to other people, you may receive infected e-mails from my e-mail address too, which could bring you here.
Symanthec provides all information about the worm and its removal here:
A Prerelease version of CircleMUD Builder is available under my Production section.
Some preview shots of my current project, CircleMUD Builder, are online under my Production section.
BMP2Koala 1.1 for Windows(R) is now available under C64 Section. It looks pretty stable, so that I didn't publish it as a beta version. For bugs and suggestions, contact me.
Some preview infos about my actual work, BMP2Koala, can be found under C64 Section.
TapWav 2.5 for Windows(R) is now available under C64 Section.
I uploaded my solution to the second test of Electronic Computers (exercise 1) which took place on 11 June: converting again a C program to Motorola 68000 Assembly language. Check the Production Section. Any question/request, e-mail me.
My schoolmates can find useful my solution to last year's Third test of Electronic Computers, point 1: converting a C program to Motorola 68000 Assembly language. I uploaded it under Production Section. Any question/request, e-mail me.
A new project is under development, LPTC2N. For more information visit the C64 section. Beta testers wanting to collaborate, just e-mail me.
Due to spam prevention, my e-mail address, where provided, is precedeed by "spmfr_". You must remove that string before sending me any e-mail.
A partial listing of Tap files I've imported is available again in the C64 Section.
New Project in development. More details soon!
Some site changings done.
I uploaded one of the first works I wrote for Windows: a nice evolution of my Mathematical Expressions Parser. You find it in the Production section.
Uploaded a new Ti-89 tool to check your Super Enalotto (national italian game) winnings.
TI-89 Tools uploaded and available in the Production section.
I updated the pages and introduced "The Experience". It's still under development but you can partly access some pages with the PAX button. Have fun.
I'm sorry for the lack of updates but recently I've been informed about a dear person being involved in a tragic automobile accident and seriously injured. You may imagine how down my mood has been and how it still is. I will try to update as soon as it gets better.
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