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ASCII <--> PETSCII Converter for Windows   [2010]

ASCII <--> PETSCII Converter for Windows Released by :
King Durin

Release Date :
15 July 2010

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :
http://cbmcommander.codeplex.com/releases/view/49023

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... King Durin

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/90163/ASCII--PETSCII Converter Setup.msi (downloads: 667)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 17 July 2010
Conrad: My comment about 'sed' and 'tr' was a Mac user comment. You peeceeheads really know bullshit about Macs, and talk bullshit about Macs. ;b
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 16 July 2010
@El Topo - Yep, Gnylf is a nice program and that is what used in the past.
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless/F4CG/[P] on 16 July 2010
Quoting enthusi
Mac can neither display PETSCII nor ASCII =)
OH NOES!! but ... it doesn't have .NET 4.0 either, so i guess that evens it out.
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 16 July 2010
@Conrad: Mac can neither display PETSCII nor ASCII =)
User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 16 July 2010
Where's all the mac user comments??
User Comment
Submitted by El Topo on 16 July 2010
Those that have no access to .NET (like myself, I own no Windows box, ok there is Wine butI'dprefernotthankyou) can try Gnylf V1.2 under VICE. Haven't had the need to try that either yet.
User Comment
Submitted by Marauder/GSS on 16 July 2010
@Medicus: good one, hehe
@King Durin: I don't have any problems with your release, as I have .NET 4.0 installed, but also don't need your proggy - did a class for that already long time ago for my internal project. (c;
Anyway, imho projects should be compiled/released with a minimum requirements, and .NET 4.0 is sure oversized, don't you think? But you're right, everybody and every n00b got a VS installed and can compile it itself :D so who cares?! hehe no offence!
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 16 July 2010
MFC FTW!!! Who needs .net?
User Comment
Submitted by Hoild on 16 July 2010
Anything in this a single line of 'sed' (or even 'tr') can't do?
User Comment
Submitted by King Durin on 16 July 2010
1) 16-bit DOS programs don't run on 64-bit Windows.
2) Runs under the .Net 4.0 client profile which is much lighter than the full .Net 4.0 installation.
3) I wrote it cause I need it. I released it because I figured at least one other person mind find it useful.
4) It's open source. Don't like how it's compiled? Compile your own copy with whatever settings you like.
User Comment
Submitted by Moloch on 16 July 2010
@Groepaz - The coder doesn't even know petcat exists.

... and all the crying about .NET ... who cares, don't like it? Don't download it.
User Comment
Submitted by Marauder/GSS on 16 July 2010
waaaah... .NET 4.0 is sure not needed and oversized for such a small proggy! .NET 1.x or 2.0 would be definitly enough, which I guess most windows-user already have installed...

@King Durin: next time check your project-settings for "target-platform" ;D
User Comment
Submitted by Stainless/F4CG/[P] on 16 July 2010
"Boohoo, i dont want to install .net4.0" .. cry me a river.
Sure, why not, let's all code in fortran or something equally ancient. What is it with you people and your reluctance towards .net ?

Or are y'all still using win 3.1/95/98 or whatever ..
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 16 July 2010
"Requires .Net Framework 4"
epic...

User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 16 July 2010
thats the way of the future :o)

(i wonder what this can do that petcat cant *shrug*)
User Comment
Submitted by LHS on 16 July 2010
Is really necessary to code this Win text converter with installer and .NET 4.0 requierement?
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