DrCoolZic wrote:The internal DPLL in Aufit can decode DD or HD (I have run some test).
DrCoolZic wrote:However as far as I remember in current version HD is not supported. So if you try to interpret a real HD disk it should not work ????
wheeel wrote:... I'd like to also look into supporting single density disks since I have a stack of those which I am also hoping to image and extract the data from. ...
DrCoolZic wrote:I already had requests to provide the source in order to be able to add specific features ... so my idea is to make it public
I even already have a place in github https://github.com/DrCoolzic/Aufit
But I would like to do few things before. So you will have to wait
DrCoolZic wrote:I have been programming for a long long time in C++ but I am new to C# and new to GUI and WPF and therefore I could get some help in these areas
I would like to use the Kryoflux C++ lib in Aufit and for that matter I need to interface C++ with C#. I did it for test with my kryoflux reader lib and this is a pain! Are you familiar with Marshaling?
wheeel wrote:Yeah, I'm willing to help out with anything you particularly need. I also have most of my experience in C++, but quite a bit in C# and can certainly can give some pointers regarding interop/marshalling. However, if you have the source code for the Kryoflux library, you may want to consider wrapping the Kryoflux lib in a C++/CLI interface class. Then you can simply reference this library from C# with minimal hassle and still have all the WPF side in C#.
Stefan jL wrote:I can not make working copies of "Jupiter's Masterdrive" (ubi soft), booting SCP copies only show the text "insert original disk" and the same thing happen when converting the SCP to STX with Aufit and tested in Steem.
DrCoolZic wrote:Thanks guy look like I need to spend more time on this.
I already started to write a program with GUI to analyze these situations ...
Is this documented somewhere or just based on experience?
One last thing and after I shut up. You mention "invalid contains 3 zero".
By itself I think that 3 000 is OK as MFM is (1,3) RLL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Run-length ... 2C3.29_RLL
4 zero is invalid. However in what you show there are invalid sequences of 000
Would be interesting to be able to write these kind of sequences (impossible to write on a real machine) with SCP to analyze the result with real Atari. Any easy way to enter sequences to write?
I have started to look at IPF code and it is interesting. At first glance the differences I see with my code is the delayed things and the overlapping A1 mark inside C2.
JimDrew wrote:If we could get Jookie to spool .scp image data out the floppy interface, then that would work for loading all disks, copy protected or not. Of course, if I could find some free time I could finish the file handler for the SD card support that SCP has and turn it into a floppy drive emulator and then you could use SCP in place of a drive.
JimDrew wrote:I will look at disk 5's image.
When writing back an image that has multi-revolutions you need to enable the override and set the mode to INDEX. This is why I don't dump anything with multiple revolutions myself.
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