MacOSX

Release date: 
April 29, 2020

petxd is an xxd-like hex dumper that outputs using a Unicode/PETSCII representation - when used in a terminal or console with our C64 Pro Mono font, the result is a pleasing and familiar PETSCII rendition of whatever binary data you are inspect

Release date: 
March 9, 2020

Issues reported by users that were resolved in v1.3.0:

Release date: 
February 11, 2020
  • adds --delim for delimited output similar to what you get in DirMaster's batch processing. Combine with --columns to choose fields and field order. Defaults to ", " for a .csv style list. You can use "\t" for tab delimited. Examples:
Release date: 
June 1, 2019

Formally called 'cbmls' but renamed because we got tired of typing 5 characters instead of 2; 'dm' does not appear to be used by any (sufficiently popular) Linux or macOS cli utility; and we'll be adding more features that are reasonable for a cli 'cous

Release date: 
April 20, 2019

cbmls is an ls-like lister for CBM emulator formats (like .d64 and .p00) and old archive containers (like .lnx and [1-4]! zips). If you know what 'ls' is you'll find comfort with some of the command line options (try 'cbmls --help')

Release date: 
April 29, 2012

TMPview is a command line tool that converts binary source code files saved from Turbo Assembler, Turbo Assembler Macro, and many variants including Turbo Macro Pro into an ASCII version of the code which can be fully assembled by our new cross assemble

Release date: 
January 31, 2012

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.

v1.2 is a bug fix release.

Release date: 
June 10, 2006

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.