Monthly Archives: October 2017

Load and Decrunch with ByteBoozer 2

Having had quite some experience with disk loaders and decrunchers lately, I decided to publish an updated version of David Malmborg’s Byte Boozer 2.0 on GitHub,¬†as a tribute to David’s excellent work. Along with a fix to the PC cruncher, … Continue reading

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TAPClean Front End updated

TAPClean Front End packages were updated with the latest release of TAPClean, 0.36. Download links for Windows and Linux are available here. Also, the Linux 64-bit binary of TAPClean 0.36 was made available on sourceforge.net, here. Enjoy!

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TAPClean 0.36 released

Yesterday I had some time to also make the TAPClean code migration to Git in sourceforge.net so I thought it’d be interesting to actually try creating release 0.36 off the Git repository. It all went so smoothly that I think … Continue reading

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Barbarian II disk version update

I’ve updated my disk version of Barbarian II to 1.1, which includes: drive LED flashing while loading correct recognition of Drean correct death sequences The third point had quite hilarious consequences. I guess I was in competitive mode when I … Continue reading

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TAPClean repository migration

As support for CVS commits is going to be discontinued in late November on sourceforge.net, I decided to convert the code repository to Subversion, SVN for short. Next week I will be double checking how things work with SVN tools/integration. … Continue reading

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