Windows

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: 
September 25, 2009

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.

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.

Release date: 
June 3, 2006

After some break we are back, bringing you the next advancement of CBM disk image manipulation tools...

Release date: 
September 23, 2005

Quick update/fix.

Release date: 
September 23, 2005

The first of four releases from SWRAP 2005, CBMClock hits the PC with everyone's favorite brand logo.

Release date: 
April 1, 2005

On the one year anniversary of the new PC version, Style releases an update for Wixbouncer, called v1.1 - now with patent pending Delta Sinus(tm) technology!

Release date: 
February 18, 2005

Minor update (v1.0a) to BMSplit, with an important bug fix. Use this version instead of v1.0.

Release date: 
January 26, 2005

Style releases BMSplit v1.0, a simple but useful and quick PC console tool for splitting your c64 graphics binary format files (e.g. koala) into the usual parts needed for coding demos or anything else (bitmap, vRAM colors, cRAM colors).

Release date: 
April 1, 2004

Style released a version of the old but famous C64 data maker tool for PC. Wix Bouncer v1.0, solving all your primitive needs for sinusoidal data generation. If it doesn't make sense to you, note the release date and bounce off, lamers.