ida js w/dbg Author: David Zimmer Date: 10.18.15 - 3:56am
So I finally found some free time this weekend to integrate the
duktape debugger activex control I created with the IDA JScript interface.
Only took about 5hrs to get it swapped out and working.
Download Installer here.
You can find the git repo here
Note: Not sure if I can/will ported this to work with 64bit IDA 7.
Ecmascript E5/E5.1 does not support the full range of 64bit numbers and more here,
although there are a few JS libraries around that can handle larger numbers, BigNumber and Int64"
I have a 32bit IDASRVR now working with 64bit addresses..will experiment..If it makes the scripting to bulky it might not be worth it..
full syntax highlighting, brace matching, auto indent, tool tips
full debugger support, step in/out/over, breakpoints, mouse over variable vals
debugger cmdline to query/set vals, run functions etc
small IDA plugin as an IPC server with main UI as running out of process to simplify development.
currently supports following api at time of writing:
list object: AddItem Clear ListCount Enabled
fso object: ReadFile WriteFile AppendFile FileExists DeleteFile OpenFileDialog SaveFileDialog
app object: die intToHex t ClearLog Caption alert getClipboard setClipboard BenchMark AskValue Exec EnableIDADebugMessages
ida object: isUp Message MakeStr MakeUnk LoadedFile() PatchString PatchByte GetAsm InstSize XRefsTo XRefsFrom GetName FunctionName HideBlock ShowBlock Setname AddComment GetComment AddCodeXRef AddDataXRef DelCodeXRef DelDataXRef FuncVAByName RenameFunc Find Decompile Jump JumpRVA refresh Undefine ShowEA HideEA RemoveName MakeCode FuncIndexFromVA NextEA PrevEA funcCount() NumFuncs() FunctionStart FunctionEnd ReadByte OriginalByte ImageBase() ScreenEA() QuickCall
remote object: ScanProcess ResolveExport ip response
Comments: (1) On 09.30.17 - 3:09am Dave wrote:
IDA Compare will need similar updates and might just get converted to use IDASRVR as well and move the IDB exporter to the out of process GUI part. In practice it may take a while not because its hard, but because I dont care. I still use IDA 6.7 despite having access to the newer versions for exactly these types of upgrade reasons.
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