Z80 Hacker Disassembler Tool version 1.0
Copyright (c) 2017
Luciano M. Christofoletti
Disclaimer: This software, source code and documentation is distributed WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY,
INCLUDING OF MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This tool allows you to disassemble the binary data from a file into a compilable Z80 source code. The generated code may be compiled using the most compilers/cross compilers avaiable in the net (such as SJASMPLUS, GLASS, among others).
Download the executable jar file and the batch file. Put these files in a folder that is in your path.
To see a help message, type the command line:
$ z80Hacker -h
This will show the help message with all available commands. To disassemble a binary file, you will need: the binary file, the project configuration file and the Z80 Hacker disassembler tool.
-i can be used to generate a default project configuration file that can be edited with specific parameters for your binary data.
Once you have all the above files at hand, you will be able to start disassembling the binary file. The disassembling process is done starting at a given start point, which must be provided in the project configuration file (at least one must be provided).