Interactive Decompiler decompiles by the successive application of low-level refactorings, ultimately leading to high-level code
Version: 0.2Interactive Decompiler project is an interactive decompiler, where the user starts with an almost literal translation of Assembly code in C language, which he progressively decompiles by the successive application of low-level refactorings, ultimately lea
Operating System: Linux
Here are some key features of "Interactive Decompiler":
· Import Intel IA32 Assembly code, in the AT&T syntax -- the syntax normally generated by the gcc compiler for the Intel IA32 architecture.
· Visualize and export quasi-C language code.
· Provides a context-sensitive refactoring browser to a set of low-level refactorings.
· Visualize and manipulate the Control Flow Graph (CFG) and the Abstract Syntax Tree (AST).
· For developers:
· It has an extensible data type for program representation.
· It has an easily extensible architecture (new program metadata, new processors, new refactorings, or new visualizations can easily be added).
· It has an embedded language for describing refactorings and other transformation.
· It is possible to modify the refactorings while running the program.
· The IA32 instruction set is not yet fully supported, namely the floating-point and SIMD instructions are not yet translated.
· Not all refactoring are implemented, and some are only have a partial implementation.
· The data flow analysis performed in the refactorings focus only on register variables.
· The implementation of several of many necessary the refactorings is still missing due to lack of time.
· Python (2.4 or greater)
· PyGTK (2.10 or greater)