Semi Automatic Disassembler for Ford EEC-IV and V binaries
NOTE - this code is intended to help understand only how each EEC works, not as a tuning or commercial tool.
Split into separate subdirectories.
Latest Stable Version is 4.0.6
SAD_user_manual_to_4.0.6.pdf disassembler documentation and user manual BEFORE 4.0.6.
SAD_user_manual_4.0.6_onwards.pdf disassembler documentation and user manual.
SAD_commands_definition.pdf complete command definition, and comments file definition.
SADWIN.pdf Windows Wrapper documentation.
Version.txt Short description of bugs fixed and changes made for each version.
SADvvv.exe Windows executable (32 bit build. 'vvv' is version number)
chip.ico icon file
SADWIN.exe Windows GUI 'Wrapper' (32 bit build)
SADwin.cpp Source code (WIN32 API)
chip.ico icon file (same as Windows above)
Notes - SADwin will create a default config file for you on first run, which you can then setup to your preference
SADvvv Linux executable (amd64 build. 'vvv' is version number).
After download, make SAD files executable if necessary with chmod.
sad.ini an example file to show path locations, not auto generated. (no SADWIN equiv yet)
-- Notes --
Edit sad.ini for your setup.
If sad.ini is not in same directory as SADvvv then use command SADvvv -c 'path' where path is location of sad.ini.
If no sad.ini present, then everything must be in same directory as SAD
Contains sources and headers to build SAD. Last few versions are available. I have used CodeBlocks and Codelite as compilers/IDE, should be able to use any common 'C' compiler/linker. Not sorted out a makefile, it's a straight compile and link of the .cpp files.
Separate Subdirectory SADWin containing the source for the Win32API graphic interface for SAD (binfile select, viewing various files and config)
early releases of SAD versions for testing - probably stable, but not guaranteed.
Version.txt Short description of bugs fixed and changes made for each version