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TapeTool   [2012]

Released by :
Martin Piper

Release Date :
21 October 2012

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

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

Credits :
Code .... Martin Piper

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/109699/TapeToolBuild.zip (downloads: 539)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/109700/test.tap (downloads: 196)

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User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 27 January 2013
Excellent piece of source. I have managed to make a few loaders using this source - and even get my loader games working on it as well. The source is very easy to handle - customize loading schemes, etc and it saves a whole lot of time with tape mastering. It also works on the 1541U2.
User Comment
Submitted by Martin Piper on 22 October 2012
Fixed the command line handling.

Added more code documentation.

*Added the option of using normal BASIC start.

*ZPStartBasicLo/ZPStartBasicHi and ZPStartVariableLo/ZPStartVariableHi are initialised properly when loading blocks in any order.

*Interleaving data on the tape
User Comment
Submitted by Martin Piper on 22 October 2012
A tool to provide a command line interface that enables C64 format TAP files to be read and created with kernal and turbo data.
It provides very low level tape read/write capability with higher level functions to write files.
Using "TapeTool.exe -h" will display more detailed command line help.

There is a ReadMe.txt giving detailed instructions.
An example tape file is also available for this release.
Source is available from https://github.com/martinpiper/C64
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