TRSTools Version 1.07
December 19, 2011 by Matthew Reed
This release contains several bug fixes:
A format recognition bug was causing TRSDOS 1.3 data disks to sometimes be treated as Montezuma Micro CP/M disks (thanks to Ira Goldklang).
Under some circumstances, TRSTools would crash when loading LDOS disks, even ones it had created (thanks to Richard Banks).
NEWDOS/86 disks are now recognized for both read and write access (suggested by Ira Goldklang).
The file viewer will now default to a hexadecimal view when an improperly constructed CMD file is viewed.
The amount of free space on a disk is now correctly calculated for NEWDOS/80 disks.
TRSREAD and TRSWRITE were also updated with these changes to version 4.30.
The new version of TRSTools can be downloaded here: TRSTools version 1.07.
The new versions of TRSREAD and TRSWRITE can be downloaded here: TRSREAD and TRSWRITE version 4.30.