Catweasel support for Intel M2FM working!
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Sun Oct 11 22:22:37 CDT 2009
On 11 Oct 2009 at 19:13, Fred Cisin wrote:
> > He says that all of the floppy file formats just end up being a
> > series of blocks one after another so that all you need to know is
> > the block size and the number of sectors per track.
> All files just end up being a series of words one after another so
> that all you need to know is the word-size in bits, and the length of
> the file.
Ever tried to decode a DECStation WPS I floppy? Two sectors are used
to hold the low-order 8 bits of each word and then a third sector
holds the high-order 4 bits of the words of the other two sectors,
all packed together. 6 bit ASCII, too, with numerous escape codes.
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