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Rose::BinaryAnalysis::AsmUnparser::StaticDataDisassembler Class Reference


Disassembles static data as if it were code.

This callback only does something if it is first initialized with a disassembler. It can also be initialized with an unparser, but that is optional (the default unparser will be the same as a default-constructed AsmUnparser except that a pre-instruction callback is added to print the string "(data)" in front of every instruction as a reminder that the instruction came from what ROSE considered to be static data.

Definition at line 603 of file AsmUnparser.h.

#include <backend/asmUnparser/AsmUnparser.h>

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class  DataNote

Public Member Functions

virtual void reset ()
virtual void init (const Disassembler::BasePtr &disassembler, AsmUnparser *unparser=NULL)
virtual bool operator() (bool enabled, const StaticDataArgs &args)
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- Public Member Functions inherited from Rose::BinaryAnalysis::AsmUnparser::UnparserCallback
virtual bool operator() (bool, const InsnArgs &)
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virtual bool operator() (bool, const BasicBlockArgs &)
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virtual bool operator() (bool, const DataBlockArgs &)
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virtual bool operator() (bool, const FunctionArgs &)
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virtual bool operator() (bool, const InterpretationArgs &)
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Public Attributes

DataNote data_note
Disassembler::BasePtr disassembler
AsmUnparserunparser = nullptr
bool unparser_allocated_here = false

Member Function Documentation

virtual bool Rose::BinaryAnalysis::AsmUnparser::StaticDataDisassembler::operator() ( bool  ,
const StaticDataArgs  

Default callbacks.

The default is to abort, because if these are called it means one of three things:

  1. The arguments are wrong in the subclass and the subclass therefore isn't providing an implementation when it thinks it is.
  2. The wrong type was used for the second argument. Instruction callbacks use InsnArgs, basic block callbacks use BasicBlockArgs, etc.
  3. The functor was added to the wrong callback list. For instance, an instruction functor was accidently added to one of the function callback lists.

Reimplemented from Rose::BinaryAnalysis::AsmUnparser::UnparserCallback.

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