This program disassembles an image file produced by various assemblers and toolchains. It supports both a “binary” mode, which just reads data (without symbol information or any stack frame description) and a “text” mode, which reads data and symbol information and preserves the instruction pointer and stack frame information from the original file.
DASMx is a free software under the GNU General Public License.
DASMx works with a wide range of architectures, using common data structures to store information and instruction fetched from a file. All standard data types (e.g. int, char, float) are supported. All required instruction and data types are supported. As a result, DASMx is very portable.
DASMx also includes a powerful threading mechanism, which helps to disassemble deeply-nested code sequences. Threading is disabled by default.
Symbols are defined by inserting a symbol table into the binary data stream. The name of the symbol can be any sequence of characters. In all the following examples, I use a simple scheme for the description of the source code image.
Symbols can be used to track “known good” code segments in the image. In other words, they can be used to access existing (non-garbage) code that has been verified to be correct by humans. The “code” in the symbol can be anything you wish, including machine instructions (assembled), opcodes (instructions) or tables of information.
DASMx symbol data (symbol table data and “data” itself) is optional and can be interleaved within the image itself. For convenience and readability, it is usually inserted after the main program in an executable image.
DASMx symbol table data are not marked as “symbols”. For this reason, the full specification of the file format can’t be used for the following examples. Instead, a simplified specification is used.
In the following examples, the following structures are used:
· symsize: The size of a symbol in bytes.
· symtype: The type of symbol, which can be:
o symtype.SYS1: reserved for internal use;
o symtype.SYS2: reserved for internal use;
o symtype.data: user defined data (including its size);
o symtype.code eea19f52d2
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