Folder as Hard Disk?

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Por Wolverine_nl

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26-07-2016, 10:57

You could mount a DSK file (even FAT12) with OSFMount and there you have your folder. Use the DSK image in OpenMSX. Or isn't this what you meant?

Por AuroraMSX

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15-08-2016, 13:06

What about implementing a virtual HDD interface/"cartridge" for this? The ROM in the cartridge could contain DOS2 + FAT16 support. DOS2 file-level routines can be routed directly to host OS disk routines, low-level disk routines can be stubbed. Then you do not need to work around or even bother with the peculiarities of existing HDD interfaces. Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

openmsx -ext dirashdd ~/msx/my_msx_hdd

Por Manuel

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15-08-2016, 19:13

Neh...

Por AuroraMSX

Paragon (1901)

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15-08-2016, 20:59

Manuel wrote:

Neh...

Shocked! OMG! That is the most qualified disqualification of a proposal I've ever read! Tongue

Por Manuel

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15-08-2016, 21:26

Hahah, it was especially for you! Smile IRC?

Por Mafcase

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15-08-2016, 23:44

'the most qualified disqualification'

Smile

Por DarkSchneider

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16-04-2017, 10:47

IMO this would be one of the most useful features for developers. Sharing files with the PC (the development machine) is a pain. Using folder as FDD is also a pain because slow access and size limit (fragmentation of your files and versions of these in many disks).

Por AxelStone

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19-04-2017, 08:56

Issue opened, it should be really great for developers since the file sharing with PC should be fast: graphics, music, code... everything in realtime.

Por Wolverine_nl

Paragon (1129)

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19-04-2017, 10:39

I stick to what I use, mount the dsk image on the pc with OSFMount and share the image with OpenMSX. Then I can work in a folder and see results in OpenMSX directly. Wink

Por Manuel

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19-04-2017, 23:16

DarkSchneider: if the slow access is bothering you, you probably don't have the "fullspeedwhenloading" setting enabled? See http://openmsx.org/manual/commands.html#fullspeedwhenloading

Size limit remains, but why is that a problem? You do the development in your own git repo (or whatever you like) and your build-script will output a disk image or file-structure that can be used as disk as if it's ready for a real MSX and then you start openMSX with that disk.... You don't need *all* your dev files in that folder for openMSX, only the ones you need to run on the MSX itself, of course.

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