lc87 decoder implemented as part of the yaxpeax proect, including traits provided by
users of this library will either want to use quick and dirty APIs, or more generic decode interfaces from
yaxpeax-arch - appropriate when mixing
yaxpeax-lc87 with other
yaxpeax decoders, such as
- it exists
- pretty small?
i'm aware of only one other
lc87 decoder on the internet: chrisnoisel's Ghidra work.
lc87 instruction set is very small. the decoder is about 300 lines of Rust. it seems plausible that there is more rodata in the form of opcode strings, than actual code to disassemble instructions.
if, for some reason, you want to disassemble
lc87 instructions without the Rust standard library around, that should work. this is primarily for consistency with other decoders than any need, and is not particularly tested.