DFI image format
Format originator: DiscFerret software.
All integers in this file format are stored in big-endian form.
The DFI file consists of a 4-byte magic string, followed by a series of disc sample blocks.
The magic string is "DFER" for old-style DiscFerret images, or "DFE2" for new-style DiscFerret images.
Each sample block has a header --
uint16_be cylinder; uint16_be head; uint16_be sector; uint32_be data_length;
The cylinder number starts at zero and counts up to the number of cylinders on the disk. The head number follows the same rule (starts at zero, increments for each additional head). The sector number is optional, and only used for hard-sectored discs. For soft-sectored discs, it is set to zero. Data_length indicates the number of bytes of data which follow.
carry = 0 For every byte in the stream: if (byte AND 0x7f) == 0x00: carry = carry + 127 else: emit((byte AND 0x7f) + carry) carry = 0 if carry > 0: emit(carry)
carry = 0 For every byte in the stream: if ((byte AND 0x7f) == 0x7f): carry = carry + 127 else if (byte AND 0x80) != 0: carry = carry + (byte & 0x7F) add_index_position(carry) else: emit((byte AND 0x7f) + carry) carry = 0 if carry > 0: emit(carry)