|Tools - cbmconvert|
|Created by:||Marko Mäkelä|
|The program extracts files from most known emulator file formats and writes them to several different formats, including some formats used by some Commodore emulators.|
cbmconvert supports the following file formats:
Files with just the raw data. Written with the -I and -N options, read with the -n option.
Also known as "P00" files. Written with the -P option, read with the -p option.
Written with -L, read with -l.
Commodore C2N tape archives
Written with -C, read with -c. These files are raw dumps of the data format the Commodore KERNAL routines maintain. Block checksums and countdown leaders (0x89..0x81 for the first copy and 9..1 for the second) are omitted, and the blocks are not stored twice, but only once. The data consists of 192-byte tape header blocks, 192-byte data file blocks, and arbitrary-length program file blocks.
C128 CP/M disk images
Written with -M, read with -m.
CBM DOS disk images
Written with -D, read with -d. 1571 and 1581 support have not been tested properly, and not all 1581 features have been implemented.
Read with -a. No write support.
Read with -k. No write support.
Read with -t. No write support.
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