|Re: And... (was: HEPAX VASM listing?)|
Message #5 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 4 Jan 2010, 2:01 p.m.,
in response to message #4 by Geir Isene
if you see the ROM.TXT file that comes with the 1.50 and 1.51 versions of the mldl2k.exe you will see:
// File format:
// XROM 25,01 [FUNCTION] comment
// File must be in same directory as executable
// All lines not starting with XROM are ignored and treated as comments
// Single or double quotes can be used. lines may be empty
// Spaces are treated as delimiters, use quotes when there are spaces in the name
// otherwise the quotes may be ignored
// XROM numbers must be 2 digits!
// Anything after the function name is printed as coment in the disassembly listing
// A label starting with : will be treated as the title of the XROM and will be used
// as comment for functions that do not have their own comment. Do not use quotes here
// This type of label may be repeated and will be used for XROM's after itThe only thing you need to do is to add the listing with the XROM numbers and the names of the functions you need. Also, you can remove the list with the XROM you do not need. If you tell me which ones you need, I can add to the existing XROM.TXT and send it back to you. I actually added some XROM to the original and saved four different XROM.TXT files so far, each for an specific group of modules. The default comes with:
// for example for group headings
// the table is scanned sequentially
// Extended Functions, XROM 25
XROM 25,00 :Extended Functions ROM
XROM 25,00 "-EXT FCN 1C"
XROM 25,01 "ALENG" XFUN: Returns numbers of chars in ALPHA
XROM 25,02 ANUM
XROM 25,03 APPCHR
XROM 25,04 APPREC
Extended Functions and CX Ext. Fcn (XROM 25)
TIME and CX TIME (XROM 26)
PRINTER 2E (XROM 29)
HPIL MASS ST and CTL FNS (XROM 28)
Extended IO Fcn (XROM 23)
PLOTTER (XROM 17 & XROM 18)
HP-IL DEV (XROM 22 & XROM 24)
WAND (XROM 27)
DAVID Assembler (XROM 02)As you can see, there are no repeating XROM numbers, and I guess only the first occurrence would show up. I think these are Meindert´s first choices for a general purpose disassembling, but chances are that other XROM other than these ones appear, than I decided to modify the original XROM.TXT and suppress the ones I'd not use in some cases as I added others I would need. Let me know if you need a custom XROM.TXT and shich XROM functions you need listed.
Hope this helps.
Edited: 4 Jan 2010, 2:03 p.m.