Because ADF View is a namespace extension, it is integrated right into the Windows Explorer. Double-clicking on an ADF file brings up the familiar folder view, where you can copy, move, delete, recover and rename files, as you would usually do with normal PC files. You can also drag'n'drop files from any Windows folder to an ADF folder, and back.
ADF View works with Amiga floppy images and hard disk images. It even detects real Amiga hard drives attached to your computer and adds a new drive icon to the "My Computer" folder under Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win7.
New and empty disk images can be created using a Wizard under the Shell New commands (The File/New sub-menu in the Windows Explorer).
You can download ADF View here.
The Source CodeThe source code for ADF View can be freely downloaded.
It can serve as a general example on how to implement a rooted, multi-level namespace extension with complete support for toolbars, menus, drag'n'drop, copy/cut/paste and other file operations. It is implemented using the Microsoft ATL library to hide the grungy details of COM programming.
ADF View uses the ADFlib from Laurent Clévy to access the Amiga file-system. This library is designed to manage Amiga formatted devices and dump files in the AmigaDOS format.
If you're having trouble getting your native Amiga harddrive connected with ADF View, download this little utility. By using it you should be able to tell why ADF View does not detect your drive. Be sure to read the notes in the help file.
License TermsBecause ADF View uses a 3rd party library, ADFlib, it is available under the GPL license.
Source Code DependenciesInternet Explorer 5 or better
Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
Microsoft ATL Library
- Extract the ZIP file to a temporary folder.
- Run the Setup application.
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