Hi folks. As part of a project relating to the Apple Lisa, I'm hoping someone out there might have a disk image of a 5MB ProFile hard drive initialised with an Apple Pascal filesystem. There doesn't need to be anything interesting at all on the hard drive---in fact, there don't need to be any files on it at all. Just the initialised filesystem is enough.
Even though my project is Lisa-related, I'm looking for a disk initialised by Apple Pascal running on an Apple II or Apple ///.
My motivation is this: I'd like to better understand the Lisa Monitor, an environment similar to Apple Pascal used inside Apple for developing software for the Lisa. We know what the floppy disk format that the Monitor uses is like, but the format for ProFile hard drives is still a mystery, and none of the Monitor floppy disks we have right now appear to have tools for initialising a ProFile. It's possible then that you were just supposed to use a ProFile initialised on an Apple II or an Apple ///.
The idea does seem a bit far-fetched, since the 6502 machines were little-endian and the 68000 is big-endian. Still, the Monitor filesystem may have a lot of structure in common with an Apple Pascal filesystem, so seeing the contents of a Pascal ProFile could be useful.
It occurs to me that I could use an emulator to make my own Pascal filesystem, but so far I couldn't find any emulators that also include a ProFile hard drive specifically. Perhaps I missed one?
Thanks for any help!