Has anyone played around with this?
A Commodore 64 command line interface terminal, inspired by: AmigaDOS,
MS-DOS, and Linux.
ChiCLI - Features List:
Engage your Commodore 64 using a terminal or command line interface
familiar to modern computers.
Get a system informational overview of your Commodore 64 at startup.
View and manage files and floppies on any drive: type, run, rename, copy, delete, format, validate, and initialize.
Copy all files within a folder or disk to another device using the *
wildcard. Use this to extract an entire disk image to a folder or floppy
disk on supported device.
Change drive device number of 1541 drives and SD2IEC devices.
Advanced file management on supported devices: make directory, remove directory, rename directories, mount disk images, extract files from disk images and copy them to a folder on the same device, view and access partitions, and detect device type.
View date and time on SD2IEC, view file date and time stamps, set the
time and date on RTC supported devices. Show the time and if wanted date
on a built-in screen saver.
Change and save settings on an SD2IEC, such as device number and whether
to hide or show file extensions.
View memory, peek and poke memory, repeatedly peek at memory, and save
memory ranges as a file. Can be used to dump your Commodore 64 kernal ROM
to a file.
Execute "sys" or other dos commands easily.
The Turbo Macro Pro shortcut and be used with the built-in "run" command
and it's "-t" option to load and execute Turbo Macro Pro quickly and
easily. For example just type: "run tmp -t".
Show key codes for keys and combinations of key presses on the keyboard.
Do basic maths and convert numbers to other format like decimal, hex and
Use a simple stopwatch using the command line or hot key F5.
Create custom shortcuts using aliases and hotkeys.
Change color profiles or set your own custom color scheme.
A proper help system, so you can lookup help for any command.
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