|Authors||Luis Panadero Guardeño|
|Registered by||Luis Panadero Guardeño|
To use this package, put the following dependency into your project's dependencies section:
This tool-kit consists in a series of small tools related to the development around Notch's DCPU-16 computer. The tool-kit it's actually increasing it's functionality and usefulness adding some interesting tools, like a converter between binary formats, a disassemblers or LEM1802 font viewer.
Font viewer for LEM1802 screen
It's a graphic tool to load and view fonts for LEM1802 screen. It allow edit and view each glyph and show each glyph in binary, hexadecimal and decimal representations plus a graphic representation of it.
D DISassembler for DCPU-16 v1.7
./ddis filename [options]
- -h Show this message
- -t or --type type Type of file with memory map. lraw -> little endian raw binary ; braw -> big endian raw binary ; ahex -> ascii hexadecimal file ; dat -> Read DATs from a dasm file. By default ddis asumes little endian raw binary input file
- -c Add comments to all lines of the style [address] xxxx .... where xxxx its the hexadecimal representation of these instruction.
- -l Auto-label all jumps (SET PC, .... and JSR ....)
- -bnumber Sets the absolute position were begin to disassembly the file. By default it's 0
- -enumber Sets the absolute position were end to disassembly the file. By default it's the end of the file.
Binary file CONVersor for DCPU-16 (any version)
./bconv inputfilename outputfilename [options]
- -h Show this message
- -i or --itype type Type of input file with memory map. lraw -> little endian raw binary ; braw -> big endian raw binary ; ahex -> ascii hexadecimal file ; hexd -> ascii hexadecimal dump file. By default bconv assumes little endian raw binary input file.
- -o or --otype type Type of output file with memory map. lraw -> little endian raw binary ; braw -> big endian raw binary ; ahex -> ascii hexadecimal file ; hexd -> ascii hexadecimal dump file. By default bconv assumes ascii hexadecimal dump output file.
- -bnumber Sets the absolute position were begin to convert the file. By default it's 0
- -enumber Sets the absolute position were end to convert the file. By default it's the end of the file.
Files tester.hex and tester2.hex are hexadecimal dump files for testing disassemblers and emulators. You have the original dcpu-16 assembly code in tester.dasm and tester2.dasm.
DEDCPU-16 toolkit was upgrade to use Dub build system. It makes much more simple and straightforward to grab the dependencies and build a D language based program. If you not have Dub installed on your system, grab it! Only requires Gtk-D and Dub would handle it.
To build simply run :
dub build dedcpu:lem1802 dub build dedcpu:ddis dub build dedcpu:bconv
LEM1802 font viewer & Windows
Actually building this tool on windows it's more problematic. You should do this :
- Have installed Gtk+ binary distribution >= 3.8
- Install GtkD 3.2 following his own instructions for Windows
- Execute dub build dedcpu:lem1802
Eventually using dub should be more straightforward, like on GNU/Linux, but actually we need to do this to compile.
This project is licensed under the BSD license.
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