You should help my design my new assembler :D
Its working well and it even supports conditional assembly based on the ROM you're targeting. It can watch your files and reassemble them if you change anything too.
Sorry, I'm new so my terminology regarding Disassembly/Decompiling/Debugging is sort of shoddy. I opened up a fire red idb I got on Github, and while it will show me a lot of the memory, it won't show me .thumb(unless it's not supposed to..?). Also, opening the Emerald idb won't show me anything but the text you can view to your right in a hex editor. I'm stumped. Furthermore, whenever I open the idb in IDA, it says that some of the memory may be invisible, or something to that effect.
Sorry. I was trying to ask about IDA, the popular Disassembler that everyone around here seems to use. I wanted to know what I should do if IDA tells me that GDB(I think that's what it's called) cant view the memory, thus parts of it may be invisible to me.
I can't, I'm avoiding Christos and Spherical Ice until I un-bugg my ROM lol. I tried to decompile-recompile a script in old XSE without repointing, and it managed to psyduck up my ROM. I think it did a paste-insert, rather than a paste-write. :(