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SX Disassemblers

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SX Disassembler v0.4 loser 2004
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:: what does this do

this is a disassembler for scenix 'sx chips', the supported chips
are sx18 / sx20 / sx28 / sx48 / sx52.
from a disassembly point of view there is not much difference between
the chip types except for their memory size, port registers and
fuse settings.

this takes an assembled binary file and disassembles it into its assembly
source code in sasm format. it is specifically targetted to sx-key users
since it also supports extra embedded info such as fuse settings, id,
chip frequency, break address, etc. these are generally only present in a
file output from the sx-key software. however general binary files without
this extra information are also supported. in this case files that are 4kb
in size are assumed to for the sx28 and files that are 8kb are assumed to
be for the sx52.

macro instructions, a.k.a. multiword instructions, are not supported
(they will be shown as their seperate individual instructions) however a
'page' instruction just before a call or jump is treated correctly by
inserting a '@' before the target label for the given jump or call.

:: input file types

this is an assembler i wrote to use with SX binary files.
by 'binary files' i am referring to files assembled using the BIN16 
output format (when assembling using sasm from the command line),
or the *.obj files when assembling using the sx-key software.
(these files may be found in the 'SASM Output' directory in your sx-key
program installation directory depending on how you have yoiur sx-key
ide setup).

:: contact details

if you come across any bugs or problems then contact me using the details
below. i will probably not be adding any new features anytime soon,
but let me know of any bugs found, as i would like it to be bug free!


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