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Tim Mann's Catweasel Floppy Read/Write Tools * cw2dmk is a program that uses a Catweasel MK1, MK3, or MK4 universal floppy controller to read several kinds of floppy disk, some of which ordinary PC controllers have trouble with, and write it out in the DMK disk image format used by David Keil's TRS-80 emulator and by xtrs. Versions for both Linux and MS-DOS (or Windows 95/98) are included. See cw2dmk.txt for documentation. cw2dmk does not just read TRS-80 disks. It can make an exact image of any disk written using a Western Digital 177x/179x floppy disk controller, a PC-style, NEC765-compatible controller, or the Digital Equipment Corporation RX02 controller. * dmk2cw uses a Catweasel to write a DMK image back to a real floppy disk. It can handle the same kinds of disks as cw2dmk. See dmk2cw.txt for documentation. * dmk2jv3 and jv2dmk are independent of the other programs and do not require Catweasel hardware. dmk2jv3 converts a DMK-format disk image to the JV3 format used in older TRS-80 emulators. See dmk2jv3.txt for documentation. jv2dmk converts a JV1 or JV3 disk image to the DMK format. * testhist is a test program for the Catweasel that shows a histogram of the data returned by the Catweasel for a given track. These programs are free software, copyrighted by their authors and released under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for details. cw2dmk, dmk2cw, dmk2jv3, and jv2dmk were written by Timothy Mann. testhist and the low-level driver routines in catweasl.c were originally written by Michael Krause for his Linux catweasel driver package cwfloppy-0.2.1. The versions in this package were extensively modified for use with cw2dmk and dmk2cw and to add Catweasel MK3 support. The DPMI host cwsdpmi.exe is free software, written and copyrighted by Charles W. Sandmann and released under the GNU General Public license. You can download the source code and/or binary updates for this program from ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/v2misc/. Look for files with names of the form csdpmi*.zip. Note: the highest version that has been tested with the Catweasel tools at this writing is 5. For more information, see: http://www.tim-mann.org/trs80.html http://www.jschoenfeld.com/