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agj behaviour (graph.from, graph.to) #9716
This is not a valid behaviour to me because if a user seeks to 0 in Cutter (it can happen sometimes) then it's going to do
Yep i agree the agj behaviour is confusing. Theres an issue to discuss all the commands and their use cases to cover all possible graphs we can be interested on. May be good to move the discussion there.…
On 16 Mar 2018, at 23:42, xarkes ***@***.***> wrote: Currently agj @ 0 prints all the functions from the binary into a single json array. I think this is used to check whether the user wants to use a range. If addr == 0 and range is set, check that range If addr == 0, list all the functions Else list only the functions at our offset This is not a valid behaviour to me because if a user seeks to 0 in Cutter (it can happen sometimes) then it's going to do agj @ 0 and freeze for some seconds depending on the amount of functions. Can we handle the address 0 as any address and find something else to list all the functions (if that's the intended behaviour) and detect range usage? — You are receiving this because you are subscribed to this thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread.