Now it's finally time for a new disk tool, the TiDisk-Manager.
This time, all Mac users can happy about. No more working using the cryptic command line tools, just klick and drag and drop.
I know there are some Mac users here in the forum and I hope you will now get a good tool in your hands. Unfortunately, Apple users have often left behind. For this reason, I have developed this tool. Of course, primarily for my own purposes. But I think it will do you good service and I want to make it available for you.
There is a little wiki site at Bitbucket (where i host my sources) where you will find (soon, not now) some more informations and some screen shots.
There is also an issue tracker at Bitbucket, where you can submit bugs, proposals and other issues.
If you are interested, you can find also a page with a release history where you can find links to downloads.
System Requirements: The TiDisk-Manager is a Cocoa application for Apple Macintoshes or Hackintoshes running with Mac OS X 10.9 or newer.
Actual release: Version 2.7.16
- Handles disk track images as well as disk sector images
- All basis functions to create or edit TI disc images with up to 1600 sectors and handle its files
- Diskinfo panel to display general file attributes
- A preview for graphic formats / text files / Basic code / assembler code
- A view for hexdumps of record based files respectively files of type PROGRAM
- Decodes various graphic formats (such as Print-Cad by Marc Huyghe, Fractals by Michael Zapf, YAPP, MyArt, TiArtist or GIF), decodes Basic program files and other formats of some of my self made programs
- Export function of decodable files. Otherwise an export as hexdump
- Disassembler for program files
- An interactive editor to disassemble program files and create good readable source code.
(I'm a bit proud of the last feature! It helped me a lot to decrypt some file formats.)
One note: If you use the program, then only at your own risk. I have tested it though as good as I possibly can, but it can may be included undiscovered errors which could also lead to data loss.
Please do not upload or redistribute TiDisk-Manager to any other sites.
And now: Have fun...
Edited by HackMac, Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:00 PM.