Transformenator Publisher's description
from David Schmidt
Transformenation is something that should be possible to do with some rudimentary shell scripting.
You should be able to run a binary file through sed or awk and have byte sequences change to different byte sequences.
But you can't.
You could probably run a file through a hex dumper, change hex values, then un-transform it back to binary. But that's kind of a pain too. The problem is that sed and awk work on lines, defined as things that are delineated by what they consider line ending characters like 0x0d or 0x0a. But what if your data stream contains 0x0d and 0x0a bytes - but you don't want them to count as line endings? What if you need to remove nulls, hex zeroes, or whatever you want to call them from a binary file or data stream?
Maybe that's why you're here. Transformenator can help.
What's New in This Release:Added a file extractor for CTOS file archives (a little like tar files in CTOS)
Added new transforms: Easyscript for C64, and a DEC word processor
Added utility function UpdateDOSImage to add a BIOS Parameter Block to a FAT12 disk image that lacks one (i.e. earlier than PC DOS 2.0)
Updated transforms: Wordperfect 4.2, Displaywrite
Reorganized the code a little bit to separate out the utility functions - affecting the shell and batch invocations
Renamed the utility function RevealDirectoryEntries to RevealValdocsEntries to better indicate what it really does
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall