TOSEC and TIM

Anyone, who knows me knows I'm a rom junky. And because of that I've recently become involved with TOSEC. For those that don't know, TOSEC is a huge rom naming project. Actually, it's become more then a naming project with the team releasing TIM (TOSEC Information Management) a while back. TIM is an all encompassing rom set tool. Used to rename and audit your sets TIM takes a large part of the troubles of dealing with large rom sets. And I do mean large - the number of systems covered by TOSEC/TIM is incredible. The nice thing about TIM is it's open source so anyone can work on it. I was checking out the File Information part of the program the other day and I noticed it didn't actually do anything. To make a long story short I sort of volunteered to take a look at some bugs in the code to see if I could fix them. I've managed to track down a couple so far (look here for info) so now I'm going to shift focus over to the File Info part of TIM. We'll see if I can get something working...