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HP 48 Library Tools

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There are 23 files totaling 455 KB in this category.

<-LIB-> 1.5   (details) 48 ENG   18 KB / 7 KB
Yet another library creator and splitter.
By Detlef Müller. 2017-06-30

BreakLib 0.1   (details) 48 ENG   3 KB / 3 KB
Library splitter.
Author unknown. 1998-02-24

Change ROM ID 1.1   (details) 48 ENG   4 KB / 1 KB
Allows you to change the ROM ID number of a library.
By Nathanael J. Morriss. 1997-08-21

ConAb 1.0   (details) 48 ENG ESP   6 KB / 1 KB
The smallest config aborter for the 48S and G series.
By Jordi Hidalgo. 2000-09-13

Config Suppressor 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   4 KB / 1 KB
Allows you to abort the configuration code of a library.
By Detlef Müller. 1997-08-21

Configer 2.0   (details) 48   1 KB / 1 KB
Not sure what this is. Maybe a config aborter.
By HPreg. 2017-07-30

D->LIB 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   14 KB / 3 KB
Small and fast library creator. Includes commented source code.
By Detlef Müller. 1998-12-09

D2L for Jazz   (details) 48 ENG   1 KB / 1 KB
Makes it easy to convert a directory to a library with Jazz.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg. 1999-10-01

DirLib   (details) 48 ENG   4 KB / 3 KB
Converts between libraries and directories. Requires Library Maker for full functionality.
By Deylone. 2018-06-03

DLPLUS   (details) 48 ENG   5 KB / 5 KB
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. 2008-08-15

DoLib 2.0   (details) 48 POR   11 KB / 6 KB
Creates libraries.
By Aldiney C. de Oliveira and Sidney Pacheco. 2017-07-26

Lib Crack 1.53   (details) 48 ENG   2 KB / 2 KB
Library disassembler for the G series.
By David Winter (HPManiac). 1998-08-23

Lib Utilities 2.1   (details) 48 FRA   5 KB / 5 KB
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.
By Spartacus. 2018-06-03

Lib-Kit   (details) 48 ENG   3 KB / 2 KB
Allows you to change a library number, change a library name, change a library command name, or repair invalid objects.
By Burhan H. Afandi. 1998-08-27

LibExplorer 2.4G   (details) 48 ENG   4 KB / 4 KB
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. 2017-08-05

LibF   (details) 48 ENG   2 KB / 2 KB
Another library splitter.
Author unknown. 1998-06-13

LIBMAN   (details) 48 ENG   5 KB / 4 KB
LIBMAN Library manager, making it easy to to create and split libraries.
By Wolfgang Rautenberg and Rick Grevelle. 2000-05-20

Library 4   (details) 48   5 KB / 1 KB
Config aborter, for selectively aborting the config routines of particular libraries.
By Detlef Müller and Dan Kirkland. 2008-08-18

Library Maker 5.11   (details) 48 ENG   17 KB / 6 KB
Library maker.
By Christian Bourgeois (BouHP). 1998-02-21

MkLibZ 0.5b   (details) 48 ENG   61 KB / 11 KB
ScreenshotAllows 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. 2009-08-01

MkLibZ - Source Code 0.4c   (details) 48 ENG   272 KB
Source code of MkLibZ 0.4c, in a ready-to-compile format, with the RPLCOMP (Win32) compiler included.
By Yann Collet. 2008-12-06

MKROM   (details) 48 ENG   6 KB / 4 KB
Near-clone of HP's MAKEROM utility, but which runs directly on the 48.
By Detlef Müller. 2008-08-19

XTRACT   (details) 48 ENG   2 KB / 1 KB
Extracts objects from libraries recursively, making sure all dependent XLIBs are extracted too.
By Mohamed Fatri. 2017-06-28

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