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Disassembling engine provided to the ERESI framework

Libasm provides rich information on the code of binary files loaded in the ERESI framework, such as instruction and operands analysis, semantic attributes for instructions and operands, allowing straight-forward construction of the Control Flow Graph and the Call Graph (among others). Libasm relies on a modular and extensible handling of instruction formats using the reflective vector data structure provided by libaspect, which lead to a uniform intregration of libasm features into the ERESI framework language.

Libasm can be used in many operations requesting an access to instructions information:

* Generate listing of instructions for basic blocks or functions on-demand. * Helping at building different kind of flow graphs by assigning semantic attributes to instructions and operands. * Searching for longuests sequences of valid instruction in a buffer. * Searching for push or pop sequences in binary code. * Disassembling Sparc opcodes with IA32 engine to check if code may be valid on both architecture.

Package version:1:0.8a25-3


eresi (1:0.8a25-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/paches/01_fix_gcc4.4.dpatch:
    - Patch from Ubuntu to fix build error by dprintf redefinition.
      (Closes: #552861)
  * debian/control:
    - Added strict dependencies of -dev packages 

 -- Andrés Roldán <>  Thu, 29 Oct 2009 12:50:14 +0000

eresi (1:0.8a25-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/01_implicit-pointer


Debianized-By: Andres Roldan <>
Debianized-Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 22:01:43 COT 
Upstream-Name: The ERESI Team

Files: *
Copyright: Copyright 2007-2008, ERESI Project
License: GPL-2+ | other

License: GPL-2+
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