AsmTools is a collection of programs to support assembler development on Linux. It includes a debugger, a source code generator, a disassembler, a reference tool, a library, and more. It runs in a terminal and the library supports terminal programs. Other programs available include file managers, editors, a comment extractor, a program timer, a project setup tool, and more.
AsmBug is a small powerful debugger for assembly language. It is written in assembly, and connects directly to an X server. It works with source files to present results, and also works with striped executables. It has no dependencies and can be installed by copying. Most operations are a single click or keystroke, and each window has a help pop-up.
AsmFind is an interactive replacement for searching disks for text or files. The text search uses simple tokens without wildcards. The Boyer-Moore technique is used to speed up the search. AsmFind uses a smart view program and can work with AsmView. The SFF (Small Fast Friendly) guidelines were followed for this project.
copy is general copy program with features not found in the standard "cp" program. Some of the features are borrowed from the DOS copy command, including a copy and rename, plus append copy. Copy was created to support rsync and mirror local directories while preserving timestamps.