From: Marko Mäkelä (marko.makela_at_hut.fi)
Date: 2002-11-24 19:43:45
The following message was rejected from the list due to its excessive length. I removed the attachment. It seems that the attachment was split into two parts, and the second one got through. I don't think that it makes sense to send big attachments to large mailing lists. It is better to place the file on a publically accessible FTP or HTTP server and just post a pointer. When it comes to the original question, I could mention "d65" that I wrote almost 10 years ago. I never got around to finishing it with the features I would have liked, but it works pretty well already as such. The source code is available at <URL:http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/programming/unix/>. Marko From: "Juergen Sievers" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Subject: AW: 6510/8500 Opcodes in hex? Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 04:13:30 +0100 Message-ID: <PPECILHIHIOOILCBOIJBEECICCAA.firstname.lastname@example.org> > Is there either a list, or a good disassembly/tutorial analysing the ROMs' > layout? Perhaps explaining a bit about it's structure as well? > You should try the IDA (Interactiv disassembler) from http://www.datarescue.com/. Thise may be one of the best reengineering tool for reassembling Software. My hint! have a go on the IDA (Interactive disassembler) from http://www.datarescue.com/. This may be one of the best reengineering tool for reassembling Software. IDA supports many processors and libraries. Here a snapshot from the project I'm working currently on. t is a DOS device driver which adds support for many CP/M disks formats to normal system drives and it is showing the first unmodified analyse output. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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