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  1. In the 4K Basic Support Module thread, @Schmitzi found three disk images with Disassemblers on them. As I pointed out in this post, the second disk contains an XB LOAD program that can load a GPL Assembler or a GPL Disassembler. Those two programs appear to be written in TMS9900 Assembly Language Code (ALC) rather than Forth, as was hoped. What interested me, and the topic of this thread, were disks one and three. They happen to be two different versions of René Leblanc’s Universal Disassembler, which he wrote in TI Forth. As near as I can tell, Universal Disassembler is for ALC rather than GPL. The first disk is v1.2 on a 90 KiB disk and the third is v2.3 on a 360 KiB disk. Unfortunately, neither of these disks work. As I discussed in the above-referenced thread and will repeat here, it appears that these disks were prepared from the originals by copying the three files, FORTHSAVE, SYS-SCRNS, UNIVERSAL (aka FORTH) (in that order), from the system disks with no further processing, which is verboten for TI Forth system disks because the system screens (blocks) will never be copied properly. They will all be there, just not in their proper places and almost certainly misregistered, i.e., each block’s line 0 will not start on a 4-sector boundary. The only way to properly duplicate a TI Forth system disk is to copy the disk, sector by sector. Creating a larger system disk is more complicated, but doable. I have every reason to believe I can restore these two disks to working order, unless there is more than misregistration wrong with them. My intention is to produce 90 KiB (SSSD), 360 KiB (DSDD) and 400 KiB (CF7+/nanoPEB) versions of each disk. Right now, I need to mow a lawn—TTFN! ...lee
  2. 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. siddasm2-2.1-win.zip siddasm2-2.2-win.zip siddasm2-2.2-src.zip
  3. Hi together, Thanks to JAC! and bcombee we now have a final status on incredible fast EDIT 6502 assembler. Everything we have, just the disk with the box is missing: https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Edit 6502 In the manual we find: Ken Leonhardi from LJK Enterprises P.O. Box 10827 St. Louis, MO seems to be in charge. Maybe, the L in LJK is for Leonhardi? Maybe, someone in the Missouri area knows more? Therefore, is anyone out there in the galaxy, who is in the possession of this very disk and can make an atr of it? Please check side B, too. Thank you so much in advance, your help is very much appreciated. 🙂
  4. 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
  5. Are there any good 9900 disassemblers out there for the TI-99/4A (or for running on the PC) ? I'm particularly looking to disassemble some ROMS. Thx retro
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