Version 2.10 of the IECHost GUI client and version 4.2 of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded client were published within my Software page.
Under the Retroware page you can now find links to three of my GitHub repos where I published C64-related code: ByteBoozer2 with a Kernal loader usage example, a comprehensive IFFL System, and EasyFlash examples to use the latest version of EasyAPI!
Version 2.9 of the IECHost GUI client and version 1.6 of the IECHost CLI Utilities were published within my Software page.
Details of what’s changed in this version are provided within each package, through the changelog.txt file. Additionally, I am managing an issue tracker for the GUI application on Hosted Redmine.
Please be advised that a number of features in the recently introduced Tools menu require a firmware update, which can be performed through either client software once the device and bootloader ports are both discovered correctly, as per IECHost manual.
Version 2.7 of the IECHost GUI client for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B was published within my Software page.
Version 2.7 of the IECHost GUI client was published within my Software page.
Also available at the same page is version 1.5 of the IECHost utilities (iechost-utils) package for command-line usage.
Version 2.2-beta of the IECHost GUI client was published within my Software page. This version includes, among other changes, a rewrite of the software layers used to communicate with IECHost devices, which simplifies multi-OS support and maintenance cycles for myself. Therefore, version 2.x is the only one I will be maintaining moving forward.
Version 1.16-beta of the IECHost GUI client was published within my Software page. This update incorporates just a few rationalizations of the messages that are displayed in the logging tab and in the status bar.
I’ve just added a Technical Info page which, at the moment, covers the details of the DC2N DMP format, revised from the documentation that was previously available online at this domain.
In case you’re interested and missed my blog post on this one, be advised that a beta version of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client for Linux has also been available within my Software page for a while.
Again, this is a very experimental version and not yet flagged as safe for normal usage: only use it if you are willing to help with testing it 🙂