I simply copied the TIFile to the DSk file and that worked. Even though when I open the DSK file called BLOCKS.DSK with the TIFILE BLOCKS copied to it, it shows up as BLOCKS.DSK so it looks like BLOCKS.DSK is a file on BLOCKS.DSK, but when I mount it as DSK1 via TI99DIR and load up TurboForth, it works!
When i opened up my original BLOCKS.DSK file to see what was on it (one I created from scratch within forth) i saw anothe BLOCK.DSK file in there so i decided to try this new approach.
I have a TI file (Thanks Willsy) for Turboforth called BLOCKS.
I want to load it on to my nanopeb CF card as a DSK file.
Using TI99DIR - I created a blank dsk but everytime i attempt to copy a file to it I get a "Disk is full" error.
I've attempted different formats even the 1600 special format for the CF7.
I don't recall having this issue in the past (copying files back and forth in TI99DIR. so I'm kind of at a loss.
I attempted to use TIImageTool but it cannot open the TIFile or the special formatted DSK file.
I can create and use my own black block file using instructions Willsy provided but I'd like to start using forth with his environment since it's full of utils and demos.
I'd rather not use it in emulation since I can't seem to get his TIFiles into DSK format and that would mean everything I do would be stuck in emulation.
Is there a utility to convert tifiles in to dsk files that will work on the nano?
Edited by Sinphaltimus, Sat May 13, 2017 8:12 AM.