I actually plan versions for future releases of TI-Disk Manager and you can help me to decide the priority/urgency of a specific feature:
I would implement the SerialBridge protocol to have the possibility to connect MESS (witch I use to simulate the TI) with a TI using a Mac with a native application program. (Obligatory requirement for that is having a USB to serial controller/dongle and according to that an installed driver.) But I like to realize this feature later, together with other features witch uses a serial connection to a TI too. So a change in the major version number can be made.
My needs for this feature is actually not very urgent, because my TI system is still deactivated. So I would plan this feature for the major version release change after the next major release (witch will be released in thousands of years) because I will need some more time to (re-)activate my TI system to test all that features witch deals with the serial interface (and of cause by the reason that I implement all that many features all alone).
The next major release will have a rework of disk image and TI files representation internally and there will be more options to handle TI files in a more flexible way.
The actual major release will have further more (two, three or four) updates.
So, what are your opinions to that SerialBridge feature?