This package allows to access CP/M file systems similar to the well-known
mtools package, which accesses MSDOS file systems. I use it for file
exchange with a Z80-PC simulator, but it works on floppy devices as well.
Currently it contains:
o cpmls - list sorted directory with output similar to ls, DIR, P2DOS
DIR and CP/M3 DIR[FULL]
o cpmcp - copy files from and to CP/M file systems
Under Windows 95/98, if a program name has more than one dot, you have to
add the ".exe" extension to the command. So you should use "fsck.cpm.exe"
rather than just "fsck.cpm".
If you have appropriate rights, the CPMTOOLS should be able to access
the floppy drive by using "A:" or "B:" as the name of the disc image.
"mkfs.cpm" and "fsed.cpm" don't have this capability.
John Elliott, 18 June
Building cpmtools-2.9 in Windows XP using:
- cpmtools http://www.moria.de/~michael/cpmtools/
- cygwin and the ncurses library - http://www.cygwin.com/
"The experts will always complain about shorter documents that do do not
provide enough details to confuse the rest of us, and longer documents that
do not omit enough details to confuse the rest of
Changes since 2.12:
o Fix for cpmcp to open files as "rb"
o Fixes for MinGW
o Skew table generat
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