Armish & Lairds Released

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Mar 15, 2007

Armish & Lairds Released by Opium at 12:17 PM (1,690 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Opium
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    Armish & Lairds Released

    DS Homebrew development programs








    Homebrew Developer Wobbly has sent word to GBAtemp that he has released the first version of his DS Arm assembler and ROM creator package, Armish and Lairds respectively.



    Tools like these will help other homebrew developers create DS homebrew with ease.





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  2. FAST6191

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    Whoo an assembler, rom hacking and trainer making just got that bit easier (OK you could use devkitpro/arm but still).

    Anyone after a disassembler have a look at ndsdis:
    http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA018359/ndsdis/

    I will test later hopefully.
     
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    please report your findings, FAST as i'm interested in hearing about it.
     
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    I'm pretty ignorant with this sort of stuff. What exactly does this program do?
     
  5. FAST6191

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    I got around to reading the documentation so far and grabbing a LISP "runtime" as well as a crash course in LISP so apologies for the delay imgod22222, it does seem to be well made and pretty much what I am looking for (single commands through to standard programs).

    @Zaraf it is an assembler and rom builder.
    The assembler turns assembly code into a binary file the computer can read (assembly is effectively shorthand for binary code), you can also turn just about any program into assembly code and alter it there (I guess 90% of hacks involve it although compression and obscuring sections help prevent this at some level).

    The rom builder is just that, it helps turn the data files and code that runs into a rom the DS is expecting.
     
  6. bigboy85zz

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    if only i knew how to use this stuff, or program in assembly, or program at all, or do anything besides basic html and whatever i can remember from cisco class. D:
     

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