68k disassembler suggestions ?

From: Tom Uban <uban_at_ubanproductions.com>
Date: Wed Feb 2 14:16:30 2005

At 09:02 PM 2/2/2005 +0100, Bert Thomas wrote:

>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:

Well, $439 is a lot of money, and the demo only does 80x86, but I
appreciate the suggestion.

Received on Wed Feb 02 2005 - 14:16:30 GMT

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