Denis Molony has released a new version of his Java based Apple II Disk management utility, Apple II Disk Browser. This disk image utility was covered in the Summer 2017 issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E. magazine and is one of the hottest net utilities available for management of Apple II disk images, allowing users to see the real content of the files in a host of different programs and program types.
Apple II Disk Browser Version 1.0.24 is the result of several days of cooperation between A.P.P.L.E. staff and Denis and includes a host of minor changes which allow the Apple II Disk Browser utility to not only display the content of the files, but also to display Source code files in a manner with which they can be easily transferred to your favorite assembler.
Some of the main features of Apple II Disk Browser include the ability to display the following Apple II disk file types:
- Applesoft and Integer Basic
- Pascal disassembler
- 6502 disassembler
- Wizardry internals and maps
- Infocom text adventure internals
- HDV and 2mg
- Compressed disks – shrinkIt, gzip, zip
- Track and sector display
- Dual DOS disks
- CPM disks
- Comprehensive disk listing
For more information about the Apple II Disk Browser utility, check out the GitHub page at:
To get the latest version of the program, go to the releases page which is at: