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PyD64Fix V1.1   [2015]

PyD64Fix V1.1 Released by :
Zzarko

Release Date :
20 August 2015

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Zzarko
Graphics .... Zzarko
Docs .... Zzarko

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/141036/PyD64Fix-1.1.tar.gz (downloads: 245)

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User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 21 August 2015
PyD64Fix V1.1.1 - A couple of small changes to make it compatible with Python 3
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 20 August 2015
New release. Updating file is just for spelling errors etc.
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
OK, thanks to soci, I have made small modifications to code and it is now Python 2 and Python 3 compatible. Should I upload it here, alongside existing file, or make a new release (this one was about 12 hours ago)?
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
@Lemming: yes, he did and I credited him in 1.0 release notes for the idea. But, as soci said, it was win only and I needed something for Linux and command line.

Still, sailor's release does something better: if there are only errors for the same block in more images, his program chooses the least bad error. As I don't know what errors are "better" than others, my program chooses first image with block if they all contain errors. I haven't found that information anywhere, and if someone is willing to share, please contact me.
User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2015
That's windows only.
User Comment
Submitted by lemming on 20 August 2015
didn't sailor already do this? D64EIC
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
@soci: I'll see about Python 3 (I have it installed), Python 2 is still main version in my distribution... README comming also, thanks for reminding me, I forgot that.
User Comment
Submitted by soci on 20 August 2015
This d64 combining is something I wanted to have last weekend. Then the only similar tool I found was a win32 release which was out of question, so I wrote the function myself.

Now this looks promising. But there's a problem. In my distribution pyqt4 is only available for python 3 and the code was written for python 2. Any plans to make it compatible with both?

Please include a small README file. Yes eventually I've found the -u switch, but would be nicer to have some explanation in the usual place, which also lists library dependencies.
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
Archive with all d64 images that I transferred can be accessed at
http://8bitchip.info/commodore/D64Backup1.7z
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
Forgot to mention: tested only on Linux, if you have trouble running elsewhere, contact me on PM. nextd64.sh is bash script, so it requires bash shell to run.
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 20 August 2015
New version of the program, with some additions and bug-fixes made while transferring over 200 floppies.

The archive also contains nextd64.sh bash script that was used as an automation tool for transferring.
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