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DSR level-2 for setting path + directory create/rename/delete

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Is there a standard in the level-2 IO calls for setting path and directory handling? If yes, where can I find description/details on PAB & subprograms.

 

What I'm after is a way to change into a new directory and also to create a new directory, rename a directory and delete a directory.

Target is the TIPI and the IDE card. These are the sole PEB cards that I'm aware of that support this. Any other PEB cards are unobtainable I'd say (SNUG, HDFC, ...)

 

Thanks.

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Unusually refer to Fred's website, ti99-geek.nl

 

He details the lvl2 stuff in a clearly labelled page under documentation.

 

(Direct linking is suppressed, or I would)

 

TIPI uses 0x17, following the pattern of other devices that support directories.

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22 hours ago, jedimatt42 said:

Unusually refer to Fred's website, ti99-geek.nl

 

He details the lvl2 stuff in a clearly labelled page under documentation.

 

(Direct linking is suppressed, or I would)

 

TIPI uses 0x17, following the pattern of other devices that support directories.

 

Thanks found it. Why would one suppress direct linking? Isn't that the purpose of the internet. 😏

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Fred uses frames, but you can certainly "unframe" the contents (right-click ...).

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