I found in the HxC specs the following:
> Write support: ISO MFM/DD 256/512/1024Bytes sector write supported.
> Write support: ISO FM /SD 128/256/512/1024Bytes sector write supported.
Q: Does that mean the entire floppy disk must have the SAME sector size, or there can be a track with a 1024 bytes sector and another track with a 256 bytes sector (for example)?
You can even mix sector size on the same track. So no problem at all
Q: For a format like this, is there any floppy image file type supported by the HxC SD emulator, which would allow writing support? And does the HFE file format store internally track IDs and sector IDs?
IMD and TD0 seems ok and are already supported by the software. Just try it :http://hxc2001.free.fr/floppy_drive_emu ... 2_beta.zip
you can also directly dump the disk with the HxC Floppy Emulator tool.
But I would really want to know if there is any way that HxC SD could work R/W with such a floppy format (that means formatting and file writing)
The HxC Floppy Emulator use HFE file format.
TD0 files can be converted with the software : http://hxc2001.free.fr/floppy_drive_emu ... 2_beta.zip
So yes you can write on this, except for the 4KB sectors. But this shoudn't be an issue since it is only used as a copy protection, right ?
If you want just send me an TD0, i will have a look...