HP 48 Library Tools
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 23 files totaling 455KB in this category.
||48 ENG 5KB/5KB|
|The principal program is DLB that enables you to 'destroy' the libraries and to recover their programs. The other programs are useful in machine language.|
|By Christophe Dietrich.
|Lib Utilities 2.1 (details)
||48 FRA 5KB/5KB|
|Set of utilities for working with libraries, to do things like change the number or title or make the config routine compatible with the G series.|
||48 ENG 3KB/2KB|
|Allows you to change a library number, change a library name, change a library command name, or repair invalid objects.|
|By Burhan H. Afandi.
|LibExplorer 2.4G (details)
||48 ENG 4KB/4KB|
|This is a terrific library-extraction tool. Extracts either an entire library or an individual command (even from the ROM). It is the only tool yet written that extracts a command AND ALL OF ITS EXTERNAL CALLS into a directory, thus automating the otherwise tedious task of making subsets of large libraries. It is also the only tool that optionally extracts all of a function's header, such as what it does when you press RULES, ISOL, and derivative; whether it's allowed in algebraics, what it does in the EquationWriter, and more. For the G series only.|
|By HPreg and Deylone.
||48 ENG 2KB/2KB|
|Another library splitter.|
|MkLibZ 0.5b (details)
||48 ENG 61KB/11KB|
|Allows the creation of compressed libraries, using any external compressor or the one included (BZ2). Based on MkLib 2.3 by Detlef Mueller.|
|By Yann Collet and Detlef Müller.
||48 ENG 6KB/4KB|
|Near-clone of HP's MAKEROM utility, but which runs directly on the 48.|
|By Detlef Müller.
||48 ENG 2KB/1KB|
|Extracts objects from libraries recursively, making sure all dependent XLIBs are extracted too.|
|By Mohamed Fatri.
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