David Schmidt posted to comp.sys.apple2 this morning that the latest version of ADTPro is now available to Apple II (and III) users. The text of his post:
This release, contrary to its “.0” suffix, isn’t revolutionary – I just ran out of digits in the mod level counter before I came up with anything extraordinary to release. This is a collection of bug fixes and general useability improvements.
There’s growing interest in 64-bit Windows, and the RXTX dll for that platform wasn’t working correctly – so I sourced a build from our friends at cloudhopper (http://www.cloudhopper.com/opensource/rxtx/) that has been beta tested by several folks.
1.2.0 – January 14, 2012
* [Server] Integrate Cloudhopper’s 64-bit Windows RXTX dll â€” fixes 2-way Windows 7 64-bit serial communications
* [Server] If a serial configuration isn’t usable, it doesn’t just put up the dialog box saying you should change the configuration – it brings up the change configuration dialog so you can actually do it
* [Server] Be consistent when automatically adding file suffixes (.dsk vs. .DSK)
* [Client] Don’t lock out interrupts during program execution â€” it hinders things like the GS Desk Accessory bringup
* [Client] Apple /// responds a little better to “disk switched” notifications like those produced by the CFFA300 card
* [Client] Apple /// Ethernet screen layout was missing DHCP configuration option