Difference between revisions of "F8tool"

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"''f8tool dis file.bin > file.asm 2048''" will disassemble file.bin giving you <br>
 
"''f8tool dis file.bin > file.asm 2048''" will disassemble file.bin giving you <br>
file.asm starting at address $800.
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file.asm starting at address 2048 (which is $800).
  
  

Latest revision as of 11:15, 18 November 2012

F8tool is an assembler AND disassembler to assemble your code into a binary file and to make binary files understandable by translating it into rudimentary assembler again.

The disassembly does currently not mask out data areas, everything is interpreted as OP-codes.

Here are the instructions to run it:

"f8tool asm file.asm file.bin" will compile file.asm and give you file.bin.

"f8tool dis file.bin > file.asm 2048" will disassemble file.bin giving you
file.asm starting at address 2048 (which is $800).


F8 Tool package including source code (.zip, 221kB)


F8tool was written by Peter Trauner, who also wrote Tetris for the Channel F.