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Regenerator 1.7 Multi System   [2016]

Regenerator 1.7 Multi System Released by :
Nostalgia [web]

Release Date :
13 July 2016

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Interactive Disassembler for 6510 with Multi System support

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (0 left)   See votestatistics

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

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User Comment
Submitted by oziphantom on 5 October 2017
Turn them into "code" select the lot( 1 past the last byte statement), the click the "set Lo/hi" button. Should do what you want.
User Comment
Submitted by Cruzer on 5 October 2017
Had hoped multi system meant multiple operating systems.
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Submitted by Knight Rider on 5 October 2017
I wanted the result to look like this:

fF778 .BYTE <fF7BC,<fF814,<fF882;$BC,$14,$82
fF77B .BYTE >fF7BC,>fF814,>fF882;$F7,$F8,$F8
User Comment
Submitted by oziphantom on 5 October 2017
AS in you have
.byte lo,lo,lo,lo,lo,lo
.byte hi,hi,hi,hi,hi,hi

if you have
.byte lo,lo,lo,lo,lo,lo,lo
.byte hi,hi,hi,hi,hi,hi,hi
make them both Code and then you can make them hi/lo or lo/hi
User Comment
Submitted by Knight Rider on 5 October 2017
This is a fantastic piece of kit. Very chuffed. A few nice to haves that I would like to see:

. option for lowercase/uppercase opcodes
. a way of taking Processor Port value into consideration (eg C64 code E000-F000 has comments/labels as it believes the code is KERNEL related)
. a way to select 2 x blocks of .bytes and replace with HI/LO or LO/HI pointers. Usefull for SIDs ?
User Comment
Submitted by oziphantom on 31 January 2017
Just go into configs subfolder then Systems and remove the ones you don't wont.
User Comment
Submitted by Bacchus on 30 January 2017
How did I miss this update. Many thanks for the update ...

I love the fact that you get the labels for C64 and drive. I would welcome if I could disbale the others from the menu...
User Comment
Submitted by Tom-Cat on 21 November 2016
Hmm, not sure what BASIC decode is? You mean the labels from some basic disasembly? I wanted to add those but it made everything pretty unusable.

For "binary value as comment for immediate opcodes" just check the "display BIN immediates" option on the right side. :)
User Comment
Submitted by InuYaksa on 8 November 2016
Great software!!
If I can ask you, I would appreciate BASIC decode (or set BASIC), and binary value as comment for immediate opcodes. :D
User Comment
Submitted by chatGPZ on 13 July 2016
works in WINE after installing dotnet40 in a 32bit "windows install" like this:
export WINEARCH="win32"
export WINEPREFIX=~/.wine-32bit/
WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX=~/.wine-32bit/ winetricks dotnet40

and then run line this
WINEPREFIX=~/.wine-32bit/ wine Regenerator
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 13 July 2016
wow looks totally awesome. thanks very much for the update...
User Comment
Submitted by Wanax on 13 July 2016
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Submitted by Majikeyric on 13 July 2016
Many thanks !!!!! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 13 July 2016
nice nice nice, that's what I really needed. Thanks TC
User Comment
Submitted by Tom-Cat on 13 July 2016
First Multiple systems release of Regenerator. This also means you can make your own configurations with different options for the same system.

Changes in version 1.7:
- Added Multiple System support. Each System has its own configuration file and all three txt files for labels, excludes and comments. When you save a file then also the selected System is saved with it. You can add your own Systems (with all three files) simply by creating a new directory in Config/Systems path and editing the files.
- The JMP/JSR comments are now added also on the address that they are pointing to (not just as side comments of the JMP/JSR opcode).
- Bug Fix: Immediate loads were replaced with labels if they were in range $00 - $ff.

Supported Systems:
- Commodore 128
- Commodore 1541 drive
- Commodore 64
- Commodore PET
- Commodore Plus/4 (264)
- Commodore VIC-20
- Apple II
- Atari 8bit
- BBC Micro
- Oric
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