I thought that you were trying to figure out a DAK type thing.
In a message dated 1/29/2005 6:12:04 AM Pacific Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
The focus here at the moment is to figure out the data format the KH930
uses to save/load patterns to the disk drive.
I have a good start on it, and I'm hoping some other engineer types will
pitch in. I do not know what level you wish to particpate at, but any
help is appreciated.
- On Sat, 2005-01-29 at 12:48, Devav@... wrote:
> HI:Yes, that is part of it too.
> I thought that you were trying to figure out a DAK type thing.
The KH930 saves and loads to DAK the same way it saves and loads to a
disk drive. Basically, DAK acts as a disk drive emulator in this regard.
Eventually the information I get will be used to create a DAK style
program for PalmOS. The PalmOS program will act as a disk drive, but
also allow you to edit programs.
It would be great is someone also reverse engineered the DAK pattern
format. Then we would have cross compatibility between the two programs.
Anyway, I'm starting with the KH930's pattern format since you have to
start somewhere. The protocol itself is already defined in the
documentation I've put up in the files section. The only question
remaining is the details of the data format itself. I've already figured
out generally how the pattern & memos are formatted, but there are some
more details to uncover.