68k disassembler suggestions ?

From: Bert Thomas <bert_at_brothom.nl>
Date: Wed Feb 2 14:02:33 2005

Tom Uban wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm in need of a good disassembler for some 68020 code. Does anyone
> have any suggestions for something freely available?

The by far best disassembler I know is IDA. You can download and use the
evaluation version, but its really worth the money to buy it.

It supports basically any processor you can imagine, because support for
processors (and a lot more) can be added by configuration files. It does
really amazing things such as auto-detecting runtime library functions.
One of its most powerfull features is that it is interactive. For
example, it tries to detect automatically what's code and what's data.
You can simply go to some address and declare this what you want and it
automatically changes it to what you declare it to be. If it was data
and you change it to code, it immediately updates it, including
comments, labels (that you can rename to something usefull), etc.

I can go on and on. You just need to experience it.

Here's the link:

Received on Wed Feb 02 2005 - 14:02:33 GMT

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