Since the DOS version of FAST has no real future, and a new version for modern systems is probably years away, I have decided to port the keyboard processor (6301) part of FAST to C for inclusion into the SainT emulator for Windows. Starting with version 1.99, SainT now includes an improved version (including joystick and mouse emulation) of FAST's 6301 emulation. Enjoy!
In other news, with this task complete and a time-consuming move back to my birthtown over, I am resuming work on Disk2FDI (which is now at version 0.99alpha3).
2004/04/25 Disk2FDI version 0.99 is now available. It features some enhancements for MFM IBM disks extraction (like Atari ST disks), so you should download it if you are a Disk2FDI user. 2004/01/12 The registered version of Disk2FDI is now available. It features log file creation, a retry option, and disk access using a custom cable. You can buy it from this page. 2004/01/02 A new version of Disk2FDI was released yesterday. It features some enhancements for MFM IBM disks extraction (like Atari ST disks), so you should download it if you are a Disk2FDI user. Happy New Year everyone! 2003/10/31 It's Halloween day, and after almost 2 years of silence, Disk2FDI was updated to version 0.95! Now it also allows the creation of standard D64 (Commodore 64), DO (Apple 2), and DSK (IBM single density) files. Some other improvements and bug fixes make it also interesting for Atari ST lovers. 2001/11/04 Disk2FDI was updated to version 0.9. Now it also allows the creation of standard ST and IMG files. Some minor bugs were fixed as well. 2001/07/14 It's Bastille Day here in France, and I am proud to present you the first program to read Amiga disks on a standard PC! The Disk2FDI program will create very accurate images of MFM disks (Amiga, ST, PC or others) and also standard Amiga ADF files with a standard 2-drive equipped PC. 2001/06/23
New dedicated FAST site up on Emulators Unlimited. Thanks to them (especially The Fox) for the cool hosting!
FAST version 0.41a is available from the download section. It fixes a bug that made the program crash at startup on some machines.
I'm getting married today! My wife co-designed the page, BTW ;-)