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How do I make disassemblies with SNASM68K.
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This probably isn't the best place to ask this but I was just wondering how do I make a disassembly using SNASM68K? I have downloaded disassemblies of a few sonic games that were made using SNASM68K years ago, I have the assembler and I don't remember where I got it. So I'm just wondering how I can make a disassembly using it?
Okay so like two days ago I figured out through my own research that SNASM68K isn't what makes disassemblies that is IDA pro. So yeah....
For what it's worth. For SNES most people use Shex and BSNES Plus to disassemble
Apparently "SNES Binary Utility" is useful for formating Shex data as well? Can't really speak for that though, or even what/where it is.
Although if you have or can get IDA Pro and there's 65c816 in it's supported languages then more power to you. That's a fairly amazing tool.
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