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LDasm

LDasm (Linux Disassembler) is a Perl/Tk-based GUI for objdump/binutils that tries to imitate the look and feel of W32Dasm. It searchs for cross-references (e.g. strings), converts the code from GAS to a MASM-like style, and much more.

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  •  18 Dec 2002 18:09

    Release Notes: fileoffset is calculated and displayed.

    •  15 Dec 2001 22:58

      Release Notes: A mnemonic size-character workaround for objdump >= 2.10, and a new fast breakpoint mode in PTrace.

      •  24 Mar 2001 00:06

        Release Notes: Fixes for open-arguments, and restored functionality under Red Hat.

        •  07 Feb 2001 01:26

          Release Notes: Bugfixes for Temporary-file, HTML-export, Filedialog, and Symbolnames, and a new feature (program-tracer).

          •  10 May 2000 00:38

            Release Notes: Bugfixes for Status-window and ReadSymbolTable, and new features like national languages support, HTML-export, etc.

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