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Regenerator 1.3   [2013]

Regenerator 1.3 Released by :
Nostalgia [web]

Release Date :
15 May 2013

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Interactive Disassembler for 6510

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Tom-Cat of Nostalgia

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User Comment
Submitted by Bacchus on 18 February 2016
Great program that most of what I want. Still with some flaws;

- Still *dearly* missing the .word option.

- I guess this is associated with the missing #>low and #<high (both in code and also as part of tables)

- The GUI is still quite strange sometimes.

- I would also want to enter separator lines (;-----) and multiple blank rows.
User Comment
Submitted by Tom-Cat on 28 January 2015
You can always select all (CTRL+A) and then right click and do "Copy Full", then paste in some text editor - you will get text as you see it on the screen. Not sure about the bug you mention, works here.
User Comment
Submitted by Fix on 24 November 2014
I can think of some updates like:

Full dump ie: save code as you see it to .txt file.

Fixing bug, where you can't copy full code from 0000-ffff.

User Comment
Submitted by Count Zero on 6 November 2014
What is there to update? Using it more or less regularly now and it's perfect apart from maybe some smaller control issues within the gui.
User Comment
Submitted by Fix on 6 November 2014
This is a new tool, looking forward for an update.
User Comment
Submitted by jbevren on 9 June 2014
Love this tool!
User Comment
Submitted by Dbug on 6 April 2014
Just wanted to say that it was a great tool :)
I've used it twice, once to generate a complete disassembly of the Oric Atmos ROM, and then today to disassemble some of our old lost code.

Highly recommended :)
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 16 May 2013
\o/ It's just great!
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 15 May 2013
Good work!
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 15 May 2013
Thanks T.C
User Comment
Submitted by Tom-Cat on 15 May 2013
Yes... .net 3.5 or 4.0 will do. Normally everyone has it already installed :)
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 15 May 2013
it need .NET Framework installed?
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 15 May 2013
thanks for the update, TC
User Comment
Submitted by Tom-Cat on 15 May 2013
Changes from 1.2:

- Added high and low partial references to immediate opcodes.This means that code like LDX #$A0 STX smwhr LDX #$BB STX smwhr+1 will be disasembled as LDX #<pBBA0 STX smwhr LDX #>address STX smwhr+1.This includes loads and stores in different order and with different registers. There is also a context menu command that lets you disable this on a currently selected address (if auto creation fails).
NOTE: excluded address in STA opcodes will not be generated like this!
- Added EDIT BLOCKS window to Edit all the DATA, TEXT and REMOVED blocks manually.
- Added COPY to Clipboard functionality (insert key) with FULL or CODE only modes.
- Added possibility to add user-defined COMMENTS to the code. This can be done as a FULL line comment or as a SIDE comment !
- Added USER LABELS - you can now add a label to any address and it will be used in the disasembly. If there should be an automatic label generated for it then it will be overriden. Also added USER LABELS editor which is part of the old Label Prefixes window. You can add/edit and remove user labels within this screen and have a general overview of the user labels.
- Added REMOVE command to remove part of the data from dissasembly
- Fixed the Add BLANK LINE and Remove BLANK LINE so it actually works as it should.
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