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Armips, a new way to do MIPS R3000 hacking

09 September 2009 5:39PM EST - Update by Gemini

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Tired of the old spasm assembler and all its errors? Tired of injecting most of your Playstation hacks manually or by using external programs? Fear no more, here comes armips!

Kingcom released it just recently, but a few people have been testing it for a few months, and boys if it’s good. This assembler is pretty much what xkas would have been with Playstation hacking. It can do pretty much everything you’d want to, plus a whole chicken.

A brief list of its features:

  • open multiple files (useful for overlays and shared code/data);
  • direct code injection;
  • pre-defined and user-defined macros;
  • delay slot detection (sperimental);

Check the readme for the rest of the list. Future public releases will also include support for GBA, DS, N64, PSP, and PS2 processors.