Thursday, January 10, 2013

More disappointment. I found the disassembly code in MESS and isolated it in a test program. It seems to work just fine. This really isn't a suprise, since that code's been around for a long time, and disassembly is pretty straightforward for any machine.

So, the question remains: what the heck is going on here? Haven't a clue.

Rather then invest time debugging MESS, I'll just write that off and continue using code and disassembly analysis for my work.


  1. The debugger in Classic99 works just fine ;-)

  2. I know, I know. From all accounts Classic99 is fantastic, but I'd have to run Windows to use it :(

    Although, it might run under Wine... I'll have to think about that.

  3. It does run under wine, I tried it about 2 years under Ubuntu :-)

  4. Woops, that should read "I tried it about 2 years *ago* under Ubuntu"!