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Compiling on Windows
Cloning the project
Make sure that when cloning the project you use
git clone --recurse-submodules or run
git submodule init and
git submodule update to clone the iaito_win32 submodule.
Setting up Qt 5.6.2
It is advised to use Qt 5.6.2 to compile on Windows. Install one of the packages (MinGW or MSVC) before you start. If you want to use a different Qt version, make sure to change the commands below accordingly.
There are two main methods to build Iaito. Choose the one you prefer.
Building with Qt Creator
See Adding Kits for documentation on how to setup Qt kits (this works for both MinGW and MSVC). Once you have set up a kit simply open
Iaito.pro, select a kit and compile.
Building with CMake
In the project root, run:
set CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=c:\Qt\qt-5.6.2-msvc2013-x86\5.6\msvc2013\lib\cmake mkdir build-cmake cd build-cmake cmake-gui ../src
Configure and select
Visual Studio 12 2013 from the list. After configuration is done, click
Generate and you can open
Iaito.sln to compile the code as usual.
These steps are required to get iaito.exe to run.
You can use the following commands to deploy a standalone version of Iaito for your friends (assuming you have copied
iaito.exe to a new empty directory and opened a terminal there).
set PATH=%PATH%;c:\Qt\qt-5.6.2-msvc2013-x86\5.6\msvc2013\bin windeployqt iaito.exe
After this you will need to add the following files next to
iaito.exe (they can usually be found in your system directories, OpenSSL binaries can be found here):
libeay32.dll ssleay32.dll MSVCP120.dll MSVCR120.dll
After that you have to extract the recommended radare2 version (
radare2-XXXXXX.zip) in this directory so that you have
libr_core.dll next to each other.
iaito.exe should open the GUI. Typing
?d call in the command bar should show you:
calls a subroutine, push eip into the stack (esp)