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Netmon V0.1   [2006]

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17 October 2006

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Other Platform C64 Tool

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User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

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Code .... Hannenz

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User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 18 October 2006
you got pm.
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Submitted by Jak T Rip on 18 October 2006
Maybe we could join forces as well. Or maybe I'm not experienced enough yet (I almost never used cross-dev). However among my upcoming releases is a reassembler/disassembler with many extra features. It can track down e.g. self-modifying code, relative labels like
lda #$hibyte
ldx #$lobyte
and gives info on where bitmaps, spritepointers, irq routines... are.
On many occassions, you won't need to edit a single line of the code before you can insert new code (and thereby move some code areas!!).
It is, however, a c64 tool and has two downsides: a) it requires huge buffers and b) it is rather slow.
I made a SCPU version, which is fast and doesnt have ram problems, but a crossdev tool might well be even more comfy to use plus it doesnt require a hardware that only few ppl have...
I understood you had a disassembler included yourself, so what about adding my concepts?
btw: I want a OSX port! And the RR-Rom sounds like a good idea, too.
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 17 October 2006
today i added a win32 port, which i hope is running well (just tested it quickly with my setup....) get it at the netmon hp
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Submitted by Oswald on 17 October 2006
now this is something that might lead me back to real thing developing :)
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Submitted by hannenz on 17 October 2006
:) and i learned from your sources how to do all this! thank you! maybe we could "join forces" somehow...?!
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Submitted by MagerValp on 17 October 2006
Wow, nice! This is exactly the kind of thing I planned on adding to udpslave eventually. You saved me a bunch of work :)
User Comment
Submitted by hannenz on 16 October 2006
inspired by Mager Valp’s great UDPSLAVE i wrote NETMON, which is a cross development tool that allows full remote access from PC side of C64 memory - including REU support - and disk drives. Investigate memory as dump, petascii, disassembly, send and receive from and to mem from or to files, read disk drive directory, read and write to disk drives and so on...
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