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Do we have a disassembler that produces fasm output?
Please give link/key word/whatever if you know one!

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Post 01 Oct 2007, 08:54
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nope, we don't. But i quess NASM disassembler would be close to fine for this.
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i can't imagine someone using static disassembler these days... when you have IDA
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sorry but what is IDA? i haven't heard about it yet!

and for me even static disassembler would do, because i want to
see the asm code for 256bytes demos from 256b.com Shocked

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thanks vid!
but that will be overkill for disassembling 256bytes demos Shocked

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i have found the way to disassemble those 256bytes demo Smile
i will use DEBUG Smile

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0.1 you can use my Turbo Pascal disassembler it can handle DOS com/exe programs and can save source in fasm syntax. (F1 - help screen)
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=5248#47731

Note: dos/win debug can only handle 8086 opcodes.

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Thanks ATV!

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Post 02 Oct 2007, 08:44
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0.1 wrote:

> Do we have a disassembler that produces fasm output?

See FAQ at top of thread Idea

ATV wrote:

> Note: dos/win debug can only handle 8086 opcodes.

I don't know about "win debug" but FreeDOS DEBUG is up-to-date Idea

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IDA is never overkill for anything, ever Wink I wonder though, would it be possible to write a plugin that will output the disassembly listing in fasm syntax?

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PATCHER ARM for disassembler BDASM 2.5 (direct modify line assembled pocket PC ARM files .exe) for replace NASM
install FASMARML in c:/NASM/
in BDASM File/open/*.exe/PE portable Executable Binary File Format/ARM Risc CPUs/OK/OK
Configuration/NASM Assembler/C:/NASM/FASMARML/Apply
Edit/Patch

http://gardemanger.perso.cegetel.net/PatchARM/FASMARML.EXE

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Utilisation FASMARML (FASMARM 1.67.22 + listing) alone :
FASMARML name.asm [-f bin] [-o] name.bin [-l] name.lst ( [..] for compatibility BDASM).
Format Listing (Compatible BDASM) :
7 octetss for number line (1 to 999999) w SP/9 octets for offset adress w SP/24 octets for code/rest for source.

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