From: Groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2003-03-22 02:10:52
On Saturday 22 March 2003 00:21, ken ross wrote: > >firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > >> Hi All, > >> Was there a decompiler made for PET-SPEED.... I am needing to reverse > >> engineer a compiled program.... > >> Regards, Nick > > > >Hi Nick, > >Unfortunately I've never heard of one. :-/ PetSpeed had been touted as > >an 'optimizing compiler' - It may not be the easiest thing to decompile. > >Hopefully Ken Ross will see this, he also has quite an extensive PET > >library, maybe he will have some clues... > >His site is at: > >http://members.tripod.com/~petlibrary/ > >Larry > >P.S. Hey, Ken, your link to my site is out of date - but then again so > >is my link to yours... :-) > > i've been away from my mac - hence delay ... > > Nick , > Petspeed DeCompiler - i've doubts about existence of such a beastie ..... > but you can download my lynx8017c which i've posted in petspeed'd version > and in original BASIC ( a lot of BASIC4 fudging ! ) , this may give you > some clues as to the way things behave . > petspeed generates various work files on disk while it's working and if you > want i can attach the lynx8017c files in an off list email to you if you > want to try and create a Decompiler ?. mmmh... is "petspeed" in any way related to the "austrospeed" compiler? if yes, i am sure for the latter exists a decompiler....so that might be useful for petspeed aswell. gpz Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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