Work is proceeding towards a 1.1 release. Some upcoming planned and/or implemented features: Native ability to view contents of D64 files and extract the files contained within OpenCBM utilities bundled within the app bundle on the Mac platform Copy multiple … Continue reading
Announcing the 1.0.0 release of QtCBM, a GUI interface to the CBM command line tools heavily inspired by the original GUI4CBM4WIN interface, but written from scratch against the open source Qt GUI library enabling modern looks and features. Along with … Continue reading
This is the first release candidate – I believe we’re now feature complete with the GUI4CBM4WIN plus the additions made in QtCBM. Once this is bug-tested and any fixes are made it will be 1.0.0. Main change in this release: … Continue reading
Announcing the immediate availability of 0.9.5 Notable changes: Remove built-in custom cbmctrl.exe Support –raw in versions of cbmctrl.exe > 0.4.2 Allow copying individual PRG files to disk Enable and honour the preference to perform a directory list after a copy … Continue reading
Announcing the immediate availability of 0.9.3 Notable changes: Prevent multiple copies from running simultaneously Disable most UI elements during a CBM operation Enforce a 2s wait after CBM operations to allow the CBM bus to settle … Continue reading
Provide a system action so that on .D64 files, one can select “Write.D64 with QtCBM” or similar which opens QtCBM and confirms the operation then uses d64copy to copy the image to the disk.
As I am developing this in Qt on my main development machine (a Mac Mini) and building the Windows builds in a Windows 7 VM, I will be able to make the Mac version available if there is enough interest, … Continue reading
Changes include ability to display PETSCII characters in the CBM file listing when used with the internal custom cbmctrl.exe, working Tools menu utilities (Morse, Detect, Reset).
When I asked my friend George if he had any ideas for a software project I could work on, he suggested an improved Windows front-end GUI to the OpenCBM tools popular among enthusiasts of classic Commodore computers. So taking the … Continue reading