ADTPro is a feature-rich communications platform for exchanging disks and disk images between the Apple 8-bit family computers and the modern world. ADTPro has two main purposes in life: transferring Apple disk images, and bootstrapping Apple II computers when boot diskettes are long gone. ADTPro uses any of three communications mechanisms: serial (RS-232, USB) hardware, A2Retrosystems "Uthernet" ethernet card, Audio/Cassette ports, bootstrapping chores can occur with zero software at the Apple II end over serial and audio communications links. Extensive help and tutorials are available on the ADTPro website.
What's new in this version:
- [Audio] Client sends test stream of data for volume tuning on host side
- [Server] Text bootstrapping data is packed more densely for faster transfer
- Server and client agree on more situations where a transfer should be aborted
- [Client] Don't hang on a GS on startup if a connection isn't pre-established
- [Server] Flush the serial send buffer occasionally for our native serial port friends