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 1 
 on: April 22, 2018, 03:38:11 pm 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • LyX document (LYX)
  • PowerPacker compressed (v1.1) (PP)
Added:
  • 3-D Professional camera ()
  • 3-D Professional lathe plate ()
  • 3-D Professional light ()
  • 3-D Professional object ()
  • 3-D Professional scene ()
  • 3-D Professional script ()
  • 3D Text Animator character ()
  • 3-Demon project (3DEMON)
  • Aegis Draw 2000 v2.x drawing (DRAWING)
  • Magic Lantern DIFF animation (DIFF)
  • Gosset Graphics object (GOSSETT)
  • OS/2 Help (alternate) (HLP)
  • 3-Demon Object (OBJECT)
  • Poker Programming Language (PPL)
  • Turbo Silver v3 Script (SCR)
  • CinemaScope Sequence (SEQ)
  • Storybook Weaver Deluxe for Windows Story (v2.00) (SWD/STS)
Deleted:
  • ISO CDImage - universal format e.g. WinISO or IsoBuster (ISO)
  • Microsoft Windows 2.x Paint bitmap (MSP)
  • SMK2 game data archive (SMK)

 2 
 on: April 20, 2018, 02:40:43 am 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • PowerPacker compressed (v2.0) (PP)
Added:
  • Amiga Arts SoundMonitor instrument ()
  • Amiga Arts SoundMonitor module ()
  • AProSys composition ()
  • Fred Editor module ()
  • Sonic Arranger instrument ()
  • Storm Shell project/makefile ()
  • 16bit COM LHarc SFX archive executable (COM)
  • 42's Core War compiled program (COR)
  • Face The Music Effect (EF)
  • Mark II Soundsystem song (MII)
  • PowerPacker compressed (v1.1) (PP)
  • The Musical Enlightment Song (SNG)

 3 
 on: April 17, 2018, 10:19:29 pm 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • Origin Pack game data archive (OPK)
Added:
  • Westwood game data Archive (BAG)
  • Normality game data archive (DAS)
  • PolyPlot Diagram definition (DIA)
  • DOS Borland Executable (generic) (EXE)
  • PolyPlot Font (FNT)
  • PolyPlot card data (KAR)
  • PolyPlot Layer (v3.0) (LAY)
  • Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals game data archive (OBP/OPK/OSP/OVP)
  • Order of War game data archive (PKG)
  • PolyPlot Segments data (v3.0) (SEG)
  • PolyPlot Symbol (SYM)
  • PolyPlot Text Definition (TXD)
  • Westwood game data Archive (WAR)

 4 
 on: April 17, 2018, 11:20:47 am 
Started by jenderek - Last post by Mark0
Thanks! Will try to scan some other similar files and see if it's possible to refine it, or make a simple/generic one.

 5 
 on: April 17, 2018, 10:14:40 am 
Started by jenderek - Last post by jenderek
Hello,

some days ago i update the BIOS on my PCs to protect against meltdown
and spectre security leaks. The BIOS update files have file name
extension "BIO". Unfortunately all these examples are classified by TrID
only as "Unknown!" ( See appended output/trid-old.txt)

So i run tridscan to generate definition file for such
files. Unfortunately i found no file format description for such BIOS
examples. Best suited information site is described by reference URL
line:

   <RefURL>https://fileinfo.com/extension/bio</RefURL>

The "BIO" extensions seems to be used for different BIOS file types. My
examples can be handled by Intel Integrator Toolkit version 5, which is
officially not supported by Intel any more, because their "smart"
marketing people had decided to stop building desktop main boards and
concentrate on "important" things. The toolkit does not open older BIOS
versions. In the on-line help "Integrators_Guide.chm" in section
"Overview of Changes" is written that toolkit version 5 supports new
BIOS versions which must be based on an Intel 7 Series Express Chip-set
or higher. So i mention these facts in remark line and call definition
file bio-v7.trid.xml.  Unfortunately i inspected only few examples. So
the definition file contain many string patterns like EFI_NO_RESPONSE,
EFI_NOT_READY, "Fixed Flashing" or "Intel Corporation". I do not know
which are really characteristic for such BIOS files. So hopefully it is up
to other trid users with more BIOS files to refine the definition file.
According to Intel language i call such examples "Intel Visual BIOS"

With new trid definition file now examples are recognized ( See appended
output/trid-new.txt).

TrID definition and output are stored in archive bio.zip. I hope that
the XML file can be used in future version of triddefs.

With best wishes
Jörg Jenderek

 6 
 on: April 15, 2018, 02:57:27 pm 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • WinHex data structure template (TPL/TXT)
Added:
  • Cork compressed data ()
  • BSC ZX Spectrum tape data (BSC)
  • UniHighlighter Highlighter definition (HGL)
  • Hamic worksheet (HMC)
  • Double Commander directory favorites (HOTLIST)
  • LightWave 3D Object (LWO/LW)
  • LightWave 3D Scene (LWS/SCN)
  • Double Commander Shortcuts (SCF)
  • Double Commander Tabs list (TAB)
  • Easy Working: The Planner spreadsheet (v2.10) (TPL)
  • RIFF/WAVe with non-PCM audio (WAV)
  • SoftKey WinWorks document Template (WPT)
  • Double Commander configuration (XML)
  • Double Commander directory history (XML)
  • Double Commander favorite tabs list (XML)

 7 
 on: April 13, 2018, 08:31:24 pm 
Started by jenderek - Last post by Mark0
Hi Joerg!
Nice! I see some other filetypes from DC that could be added too. Will check and add some.

Thanks, as usual!

 8 
 on: April 13, 2018, 07:47:26 pm 
Started by jenderek - Last post by jenderek
Hello,

some days ago i used file manager "Double Commander" version 0.8.1. One
nice feature is that often used or important directory can be
bookmarked. These shortcut lists can also be imported/exported as files with
extension "hotlist". Unfortunately all these examples are classified by TrID
only as "Generic XML (ASCII)" ( See appended output/trid-old.txt)

So i run tridscan to generate definition file hotlist.trid.xml for
such files. The files are simple text file with XML structure. This is
expressed by mime type line:

   <Mime>text/xml</Mime>

This bookmark feature is described on documentation of Double
Commander. This is expressed by reference URL line:

   <RefURL>http://doublecmd.github.io/doc/en/directoryhotlist.html</RefURL>

The inspected bookmark files always have specific strings like
"doublecmd", "DirectoryHotList" and "HotDir". With these additional
strings in trid definition file specific recognition as "Double
Commander directory favorites" will be achieved compared with
xml.trid.xml ( See appended output/trid-new.txt).


TrID definition, some examples and output are stored in archive
hotlist.zip. I hope that the XML file can be used in future version of
triddefs.

With best wishes
Jörg Jenderek

 9 
 on: April 13, 2018, 05:16:16 pm 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • NASCAR Racing 2002 Season Car data (CAR)
Added:
  • Philips Music Creator data (generic) (ACC/RLT/SAM/SEQ/SPT/VOC)
  • ANMA RED music data (AMU)
  • Philips Drum System data (generic) (DRM/DSQ)
  • TraxPlayer audio floppy image (DSK)
  • Oracle instruments/library (FML)
  • MSX Itinerant Orchestra music format (MIO)
  • MuSiCa text music format (MSD)
  • MuSiCa text music format (with rem) (MSD)
  • MoonBlaster for MoonSound Wave Kit (MWK)
  • MoonBlaster for MoonSound Song (MWM)
  • Oracle song (ORC)
  • MSX Protracker 1.0 module (PRO)
  • Sound Effect Editor format (v3) (SEE)
  • Koustracker module (SOK)
  • TwZ SCC-BLAFFER music (TSM)
  • V9990 Graphic Format (VGF)
  • GFX9000 Movie Format (VMF)
Deleted:
  • NASCAR Racing Car description (CAR)

 10 
 on: April 10, 2018, 04:36:04 pm 
Started by Mark0 - Last post by Mark0
Updated:
  • XML Localization Interchange File Format (XLF/XLIFF)
  • XML Localization Interchange File Format (UTF-16 LE) (XLF/XLIFF)
Added:
  • mtree list (v1.0) ()
  • mtree list (v2.0) ()
  • NASCAR Racing 2002 Season game data archive (CAR)
  • Mortal Kombat 3 game data archive (FTR)
  • Her Interactive game data archive (DAT)
  • Myth: The Fallen Lords game data archive (GOR)
  • NASCAR Heat game data archive (RES/TRK)
  • Mortal Kombat serie game data archive (SSF)
  • VisionPro Job (VPP)

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