I'm looking for either a TI-99/4A or Geneve program for when I download something from a BBS and want to move something to a floppy so I can get individual files. I use TI99DIR quite a bit, but have a Windows 10 setup without a disk drive. Being able to create/extract/manipulate a DSK image on a TI/Geneve system is something I would like to do. I've got the bits and pieces elsewhere, just not all in one bundle. Tim wrote a Geneve program for DSK creation and I even have the source, but for the life of me, it does not like any syntax I use on the command. I am not 100% sure the program was complete.
When Matt completes his disk manager for the TIPI, then I could use TIDIR to extract the files out of a DSK image on a Windows system, drop them into a folder on the TIPI, then copy them onto a floppy.
The specific issue that I had was that I received a text file that was a text file listing of multiple source files. I separated them out, converted them to DV80 format, added the TIFILES header, and dropped them on the TIPI on a TI-99/4A. I just have not been able to move them to the Geneve where I would like to do some of the development work. As there are quite a few source files, if I could archive them into one file that could be downloaded, that would be one option. I could download them individually, but that is a bit of a hassle if someone already had something written. Can't say I have seen a TIDIR function that allows multiple files to be added to an archive, only files could be extracted from an archive.