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Once you access the storage memory out of the emulator, a file CasioUserROM.mem in the project directory INIT is created. Unfortunately parts of the contents seem to be packed or encrypted. It looks as if the contents cannot be easily read or written.
- Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:58 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Casio fx-9860G SD- How to read files in the sd card?
- Replies: 90
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There must be a buffer somewhere, where the names of the selected files reside in case of mode 8 and 9. I had a quick look but couldn't find a clue. I fear the buffer is a local one, hence no longer available after return from the syscall. A thorough investigation would take some time, which I am a ...
- Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:34 am
- Forum: Calculator Hacking/Modding Discussions
- Topic: Execute buffer overflow by using a corrupted .g1m?
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SH-Routines, which call another sub using BSR or JSR, initially push the contents of register PR onto the stack. sts.l pr, @-r15 In most cases the local stack-workspace is reserved after that, f. i. sts.l pr, @-r15 add #-h'58, r15 If any code would erroneously write h'5C bytes to the local workspace...
cakeisalie5 wrote:...it doesn't solve the "no object files with two different names", does it?...
Yes. You are right, I think. I do not believe, that optlnk can maintain libraries with objects of the same name distinguished by the path only. But to be honest, I never tried such a thing.