LDasm (Linux Disassembler) is a Perl/Tk-based GUI for objdump/binutils that tries to imitate the look'n'feel of W32Dasm.
It searchs for cross-references (e.g. strings), converts the code from GAS to a MASM-like style, traces programs and much more.
Comes along with PTrace a process-flow-logger.
What's New in This Release:
· Fileoffset is calculated and displayed
· Perl 5.005+ (5.6.0)
· Perl/Tk (800.022)
· Any X-window system (XFree86 4.02)
Note: If you want to install it into your local directory ("debianized"),
then you have to change two files first:
Makefile: DEST_DIR = /opt/ldasm -> DEST_DIR = ~/ldasm
bin/ldasm: DIR=/opt/ldasm -> DIR=$HOME/ldasm
2. "make install" as root