Tools (aka utilities) by Style

Tools, or utilities... since day one with the legendary Wix Bouncer, through Turbo Macro Pro and into modern days with the world famous DirMaster on Win32, we've never stopped. Style has always been active producing quality software that helps other people produce quality software, or otherwise streamline their c64 related activities.

TMPview v1.1/Style

Release Date: Sep 25, 2009
Platform: Linux, Windows
Type: tool

TMPview is a command line tool that converts your binary source code file saved from Turbo Assembler, Turbo Assembler Macro, and many variants including Turbo Macro Pro into an ASCII version of the code.

v1.1 brings some bug fixes, but the main new feature is translation of PETSCII in string literals into tok64/bastext compatible tokens. Therefore output from TMPview can now be fully re-assembled by... well, that is a story for another release...

DirMaster v2.1/Style

DirMaster v2.1/Style screenshot
Release Date: Jan 31, 2009
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

DirMaster is a Windows-based GUI tool useful for the management of common (and uncommon) emulator formats (such as .d64, .d81, .t64, etc) as well as native archival formats (such as .arc, .sda, .lnx, etc).

DirMaster v2.0/Style

DirMaster v2.0/Style screenshot
Release Date: Feb 29, 2008
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

DirMaster is a Windows-based GUI tool useful for the management of common (and uncommon) emulator formats (such as .d64, .d81, .tap, etc) as well as native archival formats (such as .arc, .sda, .lnx, etc). DirMaster differentiates from and surpasses competing tools with its focus on usability - a perfect blend of familiar appearance (e.g. natural looking disk image contents using the CBM character set) with modern GUI functionality (e.g. drag and drop, working with multiple disk images at once).

DirMaster v1.0a/Style

DirMaster v1.0a/Style screenshot
Release Date: Nov 8, 2006
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

DirMaster v1.0a is now out, which fixes all known bugs from v1.0, brings along Win98 compatibility, and adds the handy 'open in same instance' option.

Turbo Macro Pro Sep'06/Style

Release Date: Sep 30, 2006
Platform: C64, DTV v1, DTV v2
Type: tool

Style releases Turbo Macro Pro Sep'06, the complete package with the entire Turbo Macro Pro suite of assemblers, now at v1.2. Main features added in this package include IDE64 compatibility, illegal opcodes, PTV/Hummer opcodes, a status line switcher, and a new "TMPPREFS" utility that replaces the preferences (BA+p) menu in the assembler. The most significant bug erased in v1.2 is a proper fix for the infamous line zero block-kill crasher that dates back to the original Omikron assembler.

TMPview v1.0/Style

Release Date: Jun 10, 2006
Platform: FreeBSD, Linux, MacOSX, Windows
Type: tool

TMPview v1.0 is a simple command line tool that allows you to input a binary source code file saved from just about any version of Turbo Assembler and view/save an ASCII version of the code.

DirMaster v1.0/Style

Release Date: Jun 3, 2006
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

After some break we are back, bringing you the next advancement of CBM disk image manipulation tools... this time we call it DirMaster v1.0 - handling all your d64, d71, and d81 needs and offering the comforts of having literally hundreds of images open at once, with fully enabled drag and drop between images. Coded by The Wiz/Style!

Turbo Macro Pro Oct'05/Style

Release Date: Oct 29, 2005
Platform: C64, DTV v1, DTV v2
Type: tool

Style releases Turbo Macro Pro Oct'05, the complete package with the entire Turbo Macro Pro suite of mods, now at v1.1. The most notable additions to the TMP suite: new DTV v2 (PAL DTV or PTV) mod using 512k of the PTV's himem; major DTV mod bug fix; .include fixed in all versions; list-labels output to SEQ fixed; list-labels-vice added to output labels in VICE monitor compatible format; 2mhz/VIC blanking during assembly.

CBMClock v1.1/Style

Release Date: Sep 23, 2005
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

Quick update/fix.

CBMClock v1.0/Style

Release Date: Sep 23, 2005
Platform: Windows
Type: tool

The first of four releases from SWRAP 2005, CBMClock hits the PC with everyone's favorite brand logo. But this C= isn't merely a static representation of corporate greed and the zombification of our favorite home computer icon - it's a fully functional clock that will boggle outsiders and passers by with it's sublime chronometrics.

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