[Coco] New Setup Multi language for CocoDskUtil V 1.0.10 now OK
luis46coco at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 8 10:32:30 EST 2011
Should look something like total commander in windows, does the same with zip and other compressed formats
view disk file Commodore 64 and Amiga including coconut and future (try to do so)
> Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2011 20:22:43 -0500
> From: snhirsch at gmail.com
> To: coco at maltedmedia.com
> Subject: Re: [Coco] New Setup Multi language for CocoDskUtil V 1.0.10 now OK
> On Mon, 7 Mar 2011, Stephen H. Fischer wrote:
> > --------------------------------------------------------
> > The Lotus - Magellan 2.0 install disks may be available:
> > http://vetusware.com/download/Magellan%202.0/?id=4032
> > I could NOT get the download to start. You may have to register.
> > I have no need as I have paid for the program back in 1990 and am using it
> > even now on Vista (2011), but only parts as it is a 8.3 MSDOS file name space
> > program. I have the printed manual.
> Same here. Lotus released it as a freebie at one point, BTW.
> > It has some of the features that I hope Luis incorporates into an
> > "OS9DskUtil".
> I was always a big fan of Magellan. I could not get along with a point
> and shoot file manager in my daily work.
> On Linux (where I spend most of my time) Midnight Commander fills the
> bill. Among a myriad of features, it has a really slick API for
> presenting various archive and disk image formats as a virtual filesystem.
> For example, you can select a zip or tar archive and hit enter to browse
> and operate on it as you would a regular directory tree.
> Tieing in the toolshed utilities would be trivial, but with cocofuse
> available I've never seen the need.
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