This software can be used to analyze, list and disassemble Enterprise-128 EXOS files (or EXOS_ROM / raw binary
files/images) on a PC. This means IS-BASIC, IS-FORTH, WP and ML programs.
the character set conversion to UTF-8, the possibility to turn on "hex debug", and "info mode" and
to choose between text or html output.
The script itself can also dump its internal "database" (conversion DB) so you can examine basic
tokens and the character set(s) used on the Enterprise and other internal informations (Z80
opcode table, EXOS functions, EXOS file types, I/O ports, etc).
The name "EPBAS" came from the original functionality: list IS-BASIC programs, and nothing more.
Download, usage, documentation
- DOWNLOAD: Download the converter (v0.5.8)!
In theory it should work with python2 and python3 as well, though I am using
mainly python2. It's possible that older python2 version does not work, try with
After download, you should check the README file out in the ZIP or you can visit the "Documentation" link here, below.
If you want only a quick preview, I recommend the "USE IT ONLINE" mode below, or you can visit the pages
below with example outputs.
- TRY/USE IT ONLINE: Click here to do so.
You can test/use this software this way without any installation on your PC, especially useful if you want
to test the project, or you don't need it too often.
Description of the project, copyright, installation and usage information.
This file is basically the same as the README file in the downloadable ZIP, only formatted differently.
Internal DB dumps
These modes are not about the conversion, but to show internal information used by the software.
You can read the actual command line after the examples was used to generate these files.
These information can be even useful for other projects without any dependency on this one.
Example outputs. You can read the actual command line after the examples was used to generate these files.
The first IS-BASIC examples shows many different modes to display a BASIC program, later examples focuses only on the
"most used" mode suitable for the web (you may want to use text mode if you need the output to work with, though).
Any help/feedback is welcome!
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