|Re: WP 34S : issue disassembling with latest version|
Message #4 Posted by Neil Hamilton (Ottawa) on 18 Sept 2011, 5:24 p.m.,
in response to message #3 by Miguel Toro
Actually, what Franz mentioned is important -- just not in this case. There can be no space between the "LBL" and the first single quote.
I have just down-dated to 1610 (BTW thanks for giving that level of detail!) and entered a simple 3-line program:
Saved it out and disassembled on a Windows box using:
$ wp34s_asm.exe -dis wp34s-0.dat
And it worked just as expected.
Your unrecognized 'f049' is telling me that the wrong op-code table is being used. The tool is probably issuing a few commented lines before it is crapping out. These should tell you which op-code table it was using. Can you check that and let me know if it is the expected one?
Another thing to try is to force the tool to use the correct table (the one in the same directory as EXE is located) by using the '-op' switch.
Are you using a package that came from SVN or somewhere else (like the .zip)?
BTW: I will note that if you are the latest, bleeding edge from SVN, that the duplicate op-code warning has resurfaced :-( The first 2 messages are definitely harmless but I will have to check on the brand new 3rd one. When I get an email from the team telling me they have finalized the RLCS/STOS/?? data, we will fix this once and for all.