A new release of AppleCommander is available. Version 1.2.1 is
primarily a clean-up operation. However, there is a bit of new
functionality - AppleWorks Spread Sheet (ASP) and Data Base (ADB)
files can both be exported to a *.csv file format.
- Now carries margin setting through, sets font to Courier New
(more realistic formatting), and fixes boldface not being
turned off correctly when converting AWP files to RTF format.
- Import could/should choose the filetype based upon the file
extension for files being imported. Mostly useful for ProDOS;
unless a filetype mapping is introduced.
- Export of AppleWorks Data Base files.
- Export of AppleWorks Spread Sheet files.
- Fixed minor issue with ProDOS disks where files at the 128K
border would be grown (incorrectly) into a Tree file (instead
of a Sapling).
- Import of multiple files fails after multiple imports. This
was an issue with ProDOS files >128K ("Tree" files). The
delete code didn't handle the master index block
appropriately when blocks numbered zero were present
(normally indicating the end of file).
- DOS 3.3 was not writing correct number of sectors if a file
was more than 256 sectors long.
- DOS 3.3 was not managing deleted file entries appropriately
and tried to work with track $FF.
- Fixed offset calculation for 800K DOS organized disks. This
primarily affected UniDOS.
- Import menu should be in directory pane instead of file pane.
- The information tab does not get updated. Now that the disk
can be modified, this page needs to be updated when shown.
I'm still putzing with a compiled version for Linux and Windows, so
they haven't shown up as of yet.
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!