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RABCDAsm and Yogda Alternatives


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Cyeclops

 
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Hi

Ok, I am looking for a AS3 Disassembler that is able to do what RABCDAsm can do, and also something like Yogda.

Flasm < works, but is only for AS2 >
Sothink SWF Decompiler < works, but does not edit Actionscript >

I honestly don't understand why we don't have something similar? Someone out there must be editing flash on Mac without resorting to VM'ing Windows onto their machine. I refuse to install Windows on my iMac, so that is not an option, and I wont be spending any $$ on a Windows machine, our systems should be well up to play to run something that can accomplish .swf disassembling/decompiling/etc etc

I apologise if I have repeated a similar post.

Thank you in advance

Cyeclops
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Well, thanks for all the help ... lol ...

Someone gave compiled binary files of Rabdcasm, and works as it should, to uncompress, disassemble etc .swf files. Still unable to find a Yogda alternative...
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