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Fish 1085 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:54

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How the Extension works

CONTENTS OF DISK 1085
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DisectDemo 1.7 Symbolic disassembler and debugger.

Disect is a very powerful combined disassembler/debugger program,
which has been designed to be easy to use. Its power is achieved at
the expense of memory: the minimum requirement is 1Mb; for larger
projects, 2Mb will be required. The programmer neither encourages nor
condones its use to assist in illegal duplication of copyright
software. Disect can be used for two main purposes: development of
software; and the gaining of knowledge (hacking can be very
educational).

The debugger allows an executable file, a disk boot-block, a binary
file, or an area of memory to be loaded and created as a Process. It
is even possible to grab an existing memory-resident Process. A
Process's instructions can be executed individually, or the Process
can be activated, with or without breakpoints installed. System
exceptions can be trapped before they crash the machine, and program
symbols can be read from execut- able files.

The disassembler allows a loaded program to be commented, have blank
lines inserted, and have it's numbers and addresses replaced with
constant or program symbols. All the symbols of Release 3 of the
system include files are available to the disassembler. A program
which has been dissected in this way can then be saved as two source
files: a program file, and a support file. The support file will
contain EQUs for all required constant symbols. System constant
symbols can be EQUs (grouped by the SI file where they live), or
alternatively the support file can INCLUDE all required SI files.
Disect data files can be saved, to be reloaded later: 'hold on to your
hacks'!

Disect requires Release 2 of the Amiga operating system; it also
requires the ASL library, and GadTools library.

If you've paid your shareware fee then you'll have the full version.
Otherwise, the copy you've got is (hopefully) only a demo. This has a
few differences: you cannot disassemble to file; you cannot extract
program symbols from executable files; auto trace mode is not
available. In addition, you will not have all of the system symbol
data files. If this is so, and since, as I don't doubt, you'll be
impressed by this program, then don't hesitate in registering today,
by sending your name and full address (and a cheque/postal order for
£20) to the address which you'll find at the end of this file. As well
as receiving the full version, you'll also be en- titled to technical
support (by mail) if required. If you like this program, it's well
worth the money... this will encourage further versions, which will
only get even more powerful... imagine!

Author: D. M. Alderson
Path: AmigaLibDisk1085:Programs/DisectDemo/

File hash table

Fish1085.dms [md5] 97b1e6b7fd91b6a8a80ab37aed6c6a9a


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