TAPClean and TCFE updated again!

As requested by Fredric, I’ve now changed TAPClean so that the filename occurring within a Turbotape 250 header file is also embedded in the PRG filename of its data counterpart. As example, for “Pitstop II”, here’s the list of extracted PRG files:

001 (033C-03FB) [PS_II].prg
002 (033C-03FB) [PS_II].prg
004 (0801-0834).prg
005 (0801-0834).prg
007 (033C-03FB) [FL].prg
008 (033C-03FB) [FL].prg
010 (C350-C8CF).prg
011 (C350-C8CF).prg
013 (033C-03FB) [PITSTOP_II].prg
014 (02A7-030C) [PITSTOP_II_DATA].prg
016 (033C-03FB) [LOADER].prg
017 (0800-0900) [LOADER_DATA].prg
019 (033C-03FB) [TITLE].prg
020 (1000-2000) [TITLE_DATA].prg
022 (033C-03FB) [MTNS].prg
023 (1800-3000) [MTNS_DATA].prg
025 (033C-03FB) [PITS].prg
026 (1000-C000) [PITS_DATA].prg

This is particularly useful to archive PRG files extracted from a tape with multiple TT250 files saved on it 🙂

Furthermore, I updated TCFE in order to allow users to easily copy an extracted PRG file to a folder of their choice, as per screenshot below:

TAPClean Front End: users can now save a copy of any extracted PRG file by Luigi Di Fraia

TAPClean Front End: users can now save a copy of any extracted PRG file

Links to the latest binaries for Windows and Linux:

Enjoy!

About Luigi Di Fraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.
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