XXEdit (aXe heX Editor) is the evolution of my old Axe Memory Mapper. It is a comprehensive memory mapper and editor for the z80 series, designed to be a superfunctional form of Calcsys. It is highly useful for helping debug Axe and assembly programs on calc.
Memory bank switching
Display of addresses in hex, decimal, and in the form of pointer+offest
Quick access to L1 (saveSScreen), L2 (StatVars), L3 (appBackUpScreen), L4 (tempSwapArea), L5 (textShadow), L6 (plotSScreen), $4000 (the start of Flash), and $8000 (the start of RAM and appData)
Display of byte in hex, binary, decimal, ascii, the two byte number at that point, and the 8x8 sprite of the 8 bytes at the cursor position
Jumping to the currently highlighted two byte address
Jumping to any user defined hex address
Search for any 8 byte string. Accepts input in both hex and ascii
Search for any program/protected program/appvar in RAM or archive.
Edit up to 8 bytes at a time of current cursor position, input accepted as hex or ASCII
Edit via sprite editing of the 8 bytes at the current cursor position
And probably something else I forgot...
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- XXEdit 1.0 (published 9 years, 8 months ago; 2011-02-03 01:02 UTC)