Re: xa-2.3.2, dxa-0.1.2 released

From: Marko Mäkelä (
Date: 2007-01-31 21:44:10

On Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 11:03:53AM -0800, Cameron Kaiser wrote:
> dxa-0.1.2 is a portable crossassembler based on Marko Makela's d65 package
> featuring intelligent disassembly and multiple output options, including
> support for undocumented instructions. 65816 instruction support is pending.
> 0.1.2 corrects an occasional bug with relative addressing and an output bug
> with back-to-back label formatting. dxa should still be considered alpha.

Thanks again for reviving this program.  I designed it in 1992 or 1993
and implemented it mostly in 1994.  I wanted to finish it some day, but
it worked well enough for my needs, and I got other projects on the way.

One thing that I wanted to implement an optional cross-reference.  Next
to each label, there would be a comment listing all routines jumping
to or accessing the address.  This might work best as hyperlinks in
HTML-formatted output.  (Naturally, also each label reference in the
HTML output would be a hyperlink to the definition of that label.)
You'd probably want to generate two kinds of labels: global (targets of
jump tables or jsr instructions, or user-specified) and local.  The
routines in the cross-reference would be best identified by the preceding
global label.


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