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Old 28 April 2010, 23:20   #1
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Commandline help

Sofar I have setup WinUAE by just launching it with parameters, works fine:

winuae.exe -s use_gui=no -s win32.ctrl_f11_is_quit=true -s gfx_fullscreen_amiga=true -s quickstart=a500,1 -s floppy0="disc1.ipf" floppyimage0="disc1.ipf" floppyiamge1="disc2.ipf" floppyimage2="disc3.ipf"

Is it possible to insert images from within a zip file? If so how do I do this? It would even be better if it parses all disks from within the ZIP in disk swapper and disc1 in DF0:

Edit I could probably use the "insert next disk image in DF0:" option mapped to a button?

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Old 29 April 2010, 13:06   #2
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Is it possible to insert images from within a zip file? If so how do I do this? It would even be better if it parses all disks from within the ZIP in disk swapper and disc1 in DF0:
file.zip\file_name_inside_zip.adf (or file.zip\#<number of item, 1-n). Automatically: not so simple if there are other files or subdirectories..

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Edit I could probably use the "insert next disk image in DF0:" option mapped to a button?
Perhaps, it isn't 100% working (and can't be).
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Old 29 April 2010, 19:35   #3
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file.zip\file_name_inside_zip.adf (or file.zip\#<number of item, 1-n).
One question to the <number of item, 1-n> variant:

That numbering is determined by what exactly? A-Z, time of creation...?
I experienced it many times that some disk1.adf INSIDE a zip was timestamped 2007-01-21 09:02 while disk2.adf was stamped 09:00 with same date; that is, earlier...

That means, it may be VERY important if the numbering is determined alphabetically/alphanumerically or by file modification/creation/...whatever date. Otherwise a request using the #1,#2... method might return the "wrong" file, albeit in rare cases.
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Order is: whatever archive API returns (usually it is physical order of files inside archive), winuae don't do any sorting.
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Thanks.
So one plays a sort of poker in respect to correct / desired results, solely determined by the API. Hmm. I'll see if I can bring up some interesting test cases sometime ...
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