Hallo Patryk, > ... so would like to ask you for your favourites in this area. My own AD, Auto Disassembler, off course :) - written in Free Pascal, compiles under Linux as well. - sources are free - disassembles Z80 and 6800 a well - using a directive file you can give variabels and subroutines the correct name right from the start It starts disassembling from a give address, reset, NMI or IRQ. It is not an emulator so it cannot handle indirect jumps. OTOH you can tell it in the DIR file where to find tables so it can use those as starting point. A bit more info you can find at: http://www.baltissen.org/newhtm/auto_dis.htm Of course the output is targetted on my own assembler. But IMHO it shouldn't be a big problem to tell AD to outpu another format. My favourite 8088 assembler is NASM. But its disassembler sucks. So I wrote one myself, based upon AD. It only supports the 8088 and (partly ?) the 80286. I mainly use it to disassemble old XT BIOSes and smaller hardware related programs and SYS files. -- Kind regards / Met vriendelijke groet, Ruud Baltissen www.Baltissen.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-06-30 06:00:02
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