clemc at ccc.com
Sat Sep 13 08:17:52 AEST 2014
The USENIX archives have a number of them. I've long ago forgotten which
was the best.
I'd recommend that poke around Warren's site. I also would look at the
Purdue archives as a solid start. They had the best microprocessor tools
and I know there was a really good disassembler in there for the 8 bit
micros at the time. You could use them to reverse compile code and put the
symbols back etc.. There was 11 and Vax tools in that mix too. I seem to
remember there was a good one from Oz - UNSW maybe? The other place I
would look would be from the Cooper Union folks circa 1980. Those guys
ported the DEC tools (Macro-11, Librarian, Linker and FTN to V6 & V7) [they
also wrote a PDP-10 simulator to do it since they were all written in
BLISS-10 - amazing project]. Anyway, the CU guys had some cool tools as I
recall, and an disassembler might have been in that mix.
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 5:10 PM, <random832 at fastmail.us> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good PDP-11 disassembler?
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