A new release of AppleCommander is available! Version 1.2.2 continues
on the general cleanup. One new export filter of a generalized hex
dump has been added and quite a bit of work in relation to ProDOS volumes.
- ProDOS disks now re-use deleted file entries. Prior to this fix,
deleted entries were never re-used. If importing many files, a
"Disk Full" error would be generated rather quickly.
- ProDOS file entries do not generate spurious file entries. There
was no method of detecting unused entries in pre-1.2.2 code.
- Import file specification should only allow address editing if the filetype
- Fixed parsing of filetype definitions for ProDOS volumes.
- Need to be able to import into a directory in ProDOS. This will most
likely involve adding an interface indicating a (writable) directory.
This interface would be applied to both disks as well as file entries,
- ProDOS subdirectories need to allocate another block as they fill up; otherwise
the directory is limited to the number of entries that fit within the allocated
- Import now sports a progress indicator and identifies which file is being
- Popup dialogs are now centered above the controlling window instead of popping
- Added a Hex Dump file filter that displays offset into file, hex bytes, and
the ASCII code.
- AppleCommander is now being built by an ANT script instead of by the
Eclipse menu pick.
I'm still putzing with a compiled version for Linux and Windows, so
they haven't shown up as of yet. (Unchanged - but not forgotten.)
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!