On 7/27/2017 2:31 PM, jr wrote:
> the first tool, df3util, is now "feature complete", documented,
> and builds cleanly from a regular source tarball. it is a "Swiss army
> knife"-type utility, providing ten commands from the command-line.
> quoting from the man page, the program can "copy, merge, and recode DF3
> data, mirror, shift, and rotate it, and output informative summaries
> of volumes and their contents", and more.
You wouldn't happen to have a Windoze executable about your person or
something that could be run from a DOS box?
It sounds useful.
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