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Author:  kkeeley [ Wed Mar 25, 2009 8:46 pm ]
Post subject:  Results not as expected.

I have given this a go and the result is not as I would like.

Steps I followed.
1) I set the "Binary Output Split" to 2 files.
2) Selected File > Open Binary and selected my first file.
3) Set the "First Address" to 00000001.
4) Selected File > Open Binary and selected my second file.

Results in all the data from address 00000001 onwards being replaced by the second file.

I am trying to merge a Hi(8bits) and Lo(8bits) back into a single 16bit file. So the first file should fill only the even address and the second file should fill the odd address.

Thanks
Kenneth

Author:  profkelly [ Thu Mar 26, 2009 1:05 am ]
Post subject: 

Your steps look correct but you do not get the results that I get. I just verified the operation again using two binary files. One file contained all $55 and the other file contained all $AA.
My files look like this:

55 file:

55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 ....

AA file:

AA AA AA AA AA AA AA ....


Here is what I did and the result I get:


1) Set Binary Input/Output Split to 2 Files
2) Open Binary... and select the $AA file. I see the $AA pattern loaded into every other byte.
3) Set Binary File(s) "First Address:" to $000001
4) Open Binary... and select the $55 file. The memory now looks like this:

Code:
00000000: AA 55 AA 55 AA 55 AA 55 .....


Are your files already padded with extra bytes?

Make sure you are using EASyBIN v2.0.0

Author:  kkeeley [ Thu Mar 26, 2009 1:26 am ]
Post subject: 

Sorry about this,

I some how manged to be trying to use an old version 1 copy of EasyBin. Just tried it in version 2.0.0 and all is working as expected.

If only we could dis-assemble the code in Sim68K or Edit68K, I would no longer need any other tools to do my development.

Keep up the excellent work.

Thanks for the help.

Author:  profkelly [ Thu Mar 26, 2009 3:56 am ]
Post subject: 

No problem, happy to know it's not a bug I need to fix.

kkeeley wrote:
If only we could dis-assemble the code in Sim68K or Edit68K, I would no longer need any other tools to do my development.

I have a friend who is writing a disassembler. When he completes it I am going to include it.

Author:  kkeeley [ Thu Mar 26, 2009 8:17 pm ]
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Great to hear that we will one day get a disassembler as well include in this wonderful tool.

I look forward to giving it a go.

Kenneth

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