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Hello everyone, I've made a series of 4 YouTube videos describing in detail the conceptual work, and the creation of words to implement an ANTIC disassembler tool in FORTH to compliment the ANTIC assembler that I wrote. This basically demonstrates how FORTH can quickly be used to make useful tools that can be intermingled with the development of programs in FORTH so that you don't have to load entire other programs to get stuff done, but rather just flow from one vocabulary of words to the next. Let me know what you guys, think. -Thom
I just cross-compiled these from within Debian Linux (wheezy) and instead of only sharing them with the person I did this for, I thought I might just as well share them with everybody. Source code (GPL) is included. The win32 binary has been tested to work with wine under Linux. I cannot test the win64 binary, but it should work as well. Note that this is a command line utility. siddasm2.exe input.sid > output.asm. The output is in atasm format. It takes NSF (NES) and SAP (Atari 8-bit) files as well. Sid files need to be PSID. RSID is not yet supported. Edit [2015-07-17]: Updated to v2.2, hopefully fixed /dev/null issue on windows. Edit2: added source code.