Andrew Vardy <email@example.com> wrote: > I wonder what do people suggest for disassembly? > > Every time I've done this, always find myself starting with a routine I > wish to learn about. And then I follow all the parts, follow all the > JSRs, and it is precarious to remember where you started. Never found a > solution. Perhaps there isn't one. Is there any program that marks where I built a very nifty thing into KosMon (versions for all PETs, and 64). Aside from the scrolling disassembly (as in MicroMon and later monitors), if the cursor is on a line with a branch/jump/jsr, and you hit the STOP key, the destination instruction is disassembled. If it was a JSR, the "return address" is stored in a stack. If you're on an RTS and hit STOP, your return to where you were. You can also do this earlier by hitting shift-STOP, I think. I know, I know, I should probably upload the thing to funet... -Olaf. -- ___ Olaf 'Rhialto' Seibert rhialto(at)mbfys-dot-kun.nl "I would be dead in \X/ a week if I didn't do /something/. I'd be splattered all over the walls."
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