A new release of AppleCommander is available!
Version 1.3.2 adds support for the nibble disk image order as well as support for
read-only CP/M disks. SHR 3200-color graphics capability also.
AppleCommander is hosted on SourceForge. The home page is located at:
The SourceForge project page is located at:
The files are located at:
If you're interested, please take a peek and let me know what you think!
New for version 1.3.2 (2004-06-05):
- Print file listing or full disk listing (including subdirectories or multiple
- Added support for Super Hi-Res 3200 color format (PIC of 38400 bytes, file type
$C1 and auxiliary type $0002).
- Updated preferences to remember the following directory locations:
- Save/Save As (new)
- Import (new)
- Added support for Finder Icons File ($CA or "ICN").
- Added CP/M disk image support.
- Restructured how AppleCommander manages disk ordering. This simplifies the
manner in which various disk ordering schemes are implemented, and makes it
possible to translate between ordering schemes.
- Support for nibble images (*.NIB) added. Can read and write to the images
as long as that format supports writing.
- To support nibble images, changed the structure surrounding the disk image
for a Disk. There now is an ImageOrder which manages the ordering of data on
the image and supplies low-level read and write routines (track/sector and
block). An ImageOrder holds data in an image layout - this allows the generic
byte array and 2IMG layouts to be abstracted away from an images order. This
does add interaction complexity but actually simplified the Disk class.
- Viewing or double-clicking on a directory will navigate into that directory.
- Viewing a deleted file no longer crashes AppleCommander - a warning message
- Updated Export Graphics wizard and export right-click options.
- Add the ability to change physical order too (DOS <=> ProDOS <=> Nibble)
on 140KB images.
- Add ability to compare disks - regardless of physical order.
- Started using Gimp for images (instead of Microsoft Photo Draw 2).
- Added a "View As" menu pick in context menu. (Just Text or Graphics at this time.)