Motorola 68000 Assembly Materials

Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by Simon, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Simon

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    Hexadecimal Number System -- Explains the sense of using hex, and includes tips on hex-binary and hex-decimal conversions.

    Hex Workshop -- Home of the popular hex editor.

    Bart Trzynadlowski's Home Page -- Get the 68kd disassembler.

    Listing Gallery: Genesis Dev -- And the snasm68k assembler.

    M68K Assembly Tutorial -- Written by Mask of Destiny.

    Psy-Q Saturn Development Manual. It documents ASM68K, which is very similar to SNASM68K. (BZip2'd PDF)

    The MC68000 Programmers Reference Manual. The definitive reference to the 680x0 line of processors, straight from Motorola.

    68000 Addressing Modes -- Know the different methods you can use to address memory space.

    The Guide to 68000 Assembly Language by Jimmy Mardell -- Everything you need to know about 68K from registers, flags, memory, stacks, and description of each op code.

    M68000 8-/16-/32-Bit Microprocessors User?s Manual -- Hardware details and programming information for the 68k family of processors, including instruction timing information. (PDF)

    Nemesis' Sonic hacking site (and Sonic Community Hacking Guide in SHIT) -- Complete dissections of Sonic 1, 2, 2 beta, and 3 ROM.

    Plus loads of info at Eidolon's Inn.
     
  2. Quickman

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    You forgot snasm68k. Best 68k assembler anywhere.
     
  3. Mustapha

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    I personaly think Quick Man is worthy of becoming a Tech Member. Just my opinion.

    Thank you Simon for the links.
     
  4. Simon

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    Added snasm68k. Yes, Quick Man is learning quickly (no pun intended). He's an example of a model member.
     
  5. ICEknight

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    I completely agree. I wish all the newcomers behaved like him.



    *No sexual innuendo intended.
     
  6. Icy Guy

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    Hmmm...a new disassembler (runs in DOS, I see; little prick). Can't wait to try this out, and maybe learn 68K in the process - I've always known myself to try things differently from the "standard" stuff (e.g. making some sort of a little ROM hack of Sonic 2 before doing anything else), so we will see were this goes...

    Oh, and I agree, too. It's funny - I remember how, a couple months ago, Quick Man said something that had to do with hex or a hex editor being a nightmare to him, or something to that extent.
     
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    Many Many Programming/hacking tools...
  8. Quickman

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    I looked around, and not much on the site is of terrible interest (perhaps the downloadable Motorola 68k reference) except the link Simon already has.