I decided to release the multi-threaded GUI playback client for my C2N Emulator hardware. Version 2.0-alpha binaries are now available for Linux and Windows under the Software section.
I published Windows and Linux binaries of the recording utility for my Commodore Datasette emulator, C2NEmu. Users can now record DMP files directly from a host computer where a saving process is running (e.g. the BASIC SAVE command or the Cyberload tape masterer is running).
C2NEmu GUI client version 1.2 is now available. The new features available are:
- most controls now show a meaningful tool-tip;
- the GUI software can be used to reset the device and to upload its firmware without opening its case;
- the IDX records can be sorted on the “Info” field too.
TAPClean Front End version 0.37 has just been published! Binaries are available for Windows and Linux on my Software page. For user convenience these binaries also provide the latest released version of TAPClean, 0.34.
An updated version of the user manual is provided too, covering the latest change, i.e. the ability to generate IDX records using the tape split tool 🙂
You might have noticed that over the course of the last few weeks more and more content has been migrated to this website from my WordPress.com blog.
As I commented before, I intend to eventually move most non-blogging material to this location and also restore some of the legacy content I had up here previously.
In the last couple of days I’ve been setting up my Software page with updated software packages and screenshots of a few applications that I think people would find useful to be able to access in a single location.
For the time being the content is growing on almost a daily basis. In the long term, the page will be my one-stop-shop for downloading software I wrote and distribute. I might group DC2N-related software into its own page at some point as the amount of it and useful screenshots might easily become overwhelming 🙂
Welcome to my new WordPress-based website. I plan to add previously available content gradually so expect to find more upon your next visit!
If you would like to access my previous website it’s still available here.