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    PVDasm v1.7b (32Bit / 64Bit) + Disasm Core Engine v1.05

    Hey guys,

    Last build was last year! I feel so bad for keeping you guys (PVDasm fans or not) for so long haha, but Kayaker reminded me it was time to make a new build, so here we go!

    Since PVDasm site has been removed, I will try get a new homepage for it, so meanwhile, I will upload new builds here.

    here is what's new as for 27.03.2011:
    * Fixed a nasty bug in the PE Import scanner which caused PVDasm to crash.
    * Known Issues:

    1. in x64 PVDasm, the menu items are bad! I know.. I'm trying to figure it out, It seems VisualStudio doesn't load the BMP list correctly.

    2. PVdasm may on several PCs not run, due to missing Distributibal x86/x64 vc++ packages, In case it happens, please let me know!
    Hashes:

    Code:
    PVDasm.exe (32Bit) MD5 hash    : e9e321f11004fbb5901aed1b26a88c5b
    PVDasm.exe (64Bit) MD5 hash    : 47cf654bcb6b01e991e8526d7a0fd2c0
    
    PVDasm.v1.7b.32Bit.zip MD5 hash    : eaaf4c45a2fd7f10fd2a11fe2c61f136
    PVDasm.v1.7b.64Bit.zip MD5 hash    : 0fb4e27c94a09ae8631a60619f006e47
    Downloads:

    PVDasm.v1.7b.64Bit.zip
    PVDasm.v1.7b.32Bit.zip


    Also included is the new PVDasm Open Sourced Disasm Core Engine v1.05:

    PVDasm.Disasm.Core.Engine.1.05.zip

    Enjoy Guys
    Last edited by Bengaly; March 27th, 2011 at 03:59.
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    Hi ben,

    congratulations for the code - a VERY clean disassembler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    Hi ben,

    congratulations for the code - a VERY clean disassembler.
    Thanks! It was always meant to be fairly easy to read/learn from!
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    Thanks Bengaly, I created a separate CRCETL entry for the disassembly engine too.

    http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/tools/index.php/PVDasm_Disassembly_Core_Engine
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    Quote Originally Posted by dELTA View Post
    Thanks Bengaly, I created a separate CRCETL entry for the disassembly engine too.

    http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/tools/index.php/PVDasm_Disassembly_Core_Engine
    That's cool, thanks dELTA
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    Just a quick update,
    PVDasm has now a new homepage:

    http://www.pvdasm.tk-labs.com

    With the courtesy and generosity of Darkelf.
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