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#1

Hi,

Thought I would share my small ADF/HDF explorer plugin for Opus, its currently read-only and I don't really have plans to expand it any further.

Does support the basics, eg. file extraction, thumbnails.

https://github.com/segrax/directory_opus_amiga_plugin

Compiles on VS2017 Community, and doesn't require any libraries.

If demand exists, ill look at providing a compiled build.

Enjoy,
Rob


#2

Neat!


#3

I could definitely make use of this, I just got myself an A1200 and I've been tinkering around with WinUAE a lot.


#4

I registered here to say:
This plugin is the reason I will buy a license when my trial-period runs out this time. This should have been a built in function from day one.
Thanks!

Edit: When I started setting things up here, I found adflib and adfwiew in my link-collection. Both got source available; might be of interest if you are gonna expand on this.


#5

Hi - this looks great, is there any chance of a compiled build? I have no idea how to compile this. Cheers!


#6

Providing compiled binaries is always a good thing. It saves people from having to download other tools to compile the source to get a compiled binary.


#7

Hi Gabriel,

Only reason i didnt provide a binary is because its not really that well tested, but it seems there is some demand for one,

So i'll look at packaging it up tonight for use

Rob


#8

Yeah, I usually package my stuff I Open Source with pre-compiled binaries so those who are just "users" can run it right away without having to figure out how to compile code. Thanks for creating a binary though! :slightly_smiling_face:


#9

I've had issues with this plugin crashing every time specific disks are accessed. My gut-feeling tells me the problem is handling of files named "AUX" and "AUX.info" plus other illegal-on-Windows filenames ref: https://www.amigaforever.com/kb/13-156


#10

Is the binary available then? I can't see it... am I being stupid?


#11

Thanks for publishing your Visual C++ Solution. I'm not very good with VC++ so having your project as a starting point was very helpful. The opus VFS examples give you source code but no Solution you can just load and hit compile.

Appreciate it!