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Tool name: DeDe
Rating: 4.0 (1 vote)
Author: DaFixer                        
Current version: 3.50.04 (build 1635)
Last updated: June 25, 2006
Direct D/L link: Locally archived copy
License type: Free / Open Source
Description: DeDe is a very fast application that allows you to analyze executables compiled with Delphi 2,3,4,5,6,7, C++ Builder, Kylix and Kol, and gives you the following:

· All .dfm files of the target. You will be able to open and edit them with Delphi.
· All published methods in well commented ASM code with references to strings, imported function calls, classes methods calls, components in the unit, Try-Except and Try-Finally blocks. (By default DeDe retrieves only the published methods sources, but you may also process another procedure in a executable if you know the RVA offset using the Tools->Disassemble Proc menu.)
· A lot of additional information the files.
· You can create a Delphi project folder with all dfm, pas, dpr files. Note: pas files contains the mentioned above well commented ASM code. They can not be recompiled !

You can also:
· View the PE Header of all PE Files and change/edit the sections flags.
· Use the opcode-to-asm tool for translating intel opcode to assembler.
· Use RVA-to-PhysOffset tool for fast converting physical and RVA addresses.
· Use the DCU Dumper (view dcu2int.txt for more details) to retrieve near to pascal code of your DCU files.
· Use BPL(DPL) Dumper to see BPL exports and create symbol files to use with DeDe disassembler.
· Disassemble a target EXE directly from memory in case of a packed exe.

The original site seems to be gone (or at least DeDe seems to be gone from it).
The locally archived copy here in this CRCETL entry only has the 3.10 source (it has the most recent(?) 3.50.04 build 1635 binary though). If you have access to any later source code version than 3.10, please upload it here.
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