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    RTA 1.20 source code release

    Well, it's been a while now since the last version, I don't plan on releasing a new version in the next few weeks, but I am working on a complete redesign and rewrite. However the rewrite is coming on quite slowly due to other tasks and projects.

    So, I've decided to release the source code of the 1.2 version for anyone who wishes to modify it's workings

    RTA 1.2 was written using C++ Builder 6.0. The compiler is available on various FTP sites if you don't have it (I'm not going to put site names here for obvious reasons, but it shouldn't be too difficult to find....)

    Have fun, as I must admit some of the code is terrible (which is the reason for the complete rewrite).
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    very nice of you to release the source for this excellent tool.
    cheers

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    rnd
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    did you create your opcode tables yourself? if yes, how? using the intel docs?

    you know, creating those tables was for me always the reason NOT to write a (dis)assembler, since it appears to be a boring work for me
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    It was boring work for me too, that's why I used the disassembler/assembler from Ollydbg

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