c++ bindings for capstone disasembly framework (http://www.capstone-engine.org/ - https://github.com/aquynh/capstone)
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README.md

cccapstone

c++ bindings for capstone disasembly framework (http://www.capstone-engine.org/ - https://github.com/aquynh/capstone)

1. clone all (bindings & capstone as well)

git clone --recursive https://github.com/zer0mem/cccapstone.git

2. basic settings

1. add to Additional include directories capstone include : $(SolutionDir)/cccapstone/capstone/include

2. OPTIONAL (but not mandatory) include c++ bindings to source / header 3rdparty files
    > x86 example :
    --> \cccapstone\cppbindings\{ CsCapstoneHelper.hh, CsIns.hpp, Disasm.hpp, X86Disasm.hh }
    --> \cccapstone\capstone\include\capstone.h

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3. examples

https://github.com/zer0mem/KernelProject/blob/capstone/KernelProject/src/CapstoneCppBindingsTest.hpp

4. examples by hand (intel x86 - x64)

/*
  f.e. for arm (vice versa with other architectures) can be 
       capstone disassembler created in some ways : 

    #include <cccapstone/cppbindings/ArmDisasm.hh>

  1. use predefined wrapper
    CArmDisasm64 dis;

  2. use direct wrapper above c implementation
    auto dis = CCsDisasm<CArm64InsClass>(
        cs_arch::CS_ARCH_ARM64,
        cs_mode::CS_MODE_ARM + cs_mode::CS_MODE_BIG_ENDIAN);
*/

CX86Disasm64 dis; // define disasembler by current needs. 
                  // cccapstone/cppbindings/<ARCHITECTURE>Disasm.hh for more available bindings

//check if no error occured
if (dis.GetError())
    return;

//set how deep should capstone reverse instruction
dis.SetDetail(cs_opt_value::CS_OPT_ON);

//set syntax for output disasembly string
dis.SetSyntax(cs_opt_value::CS_OPT_SYNTAX_INTEL);

//*OPTIONAL* - set callback, when is encountered data - not resolved code -
dis.SetSkipDataCallback(cs_opt_skipdata{ 
                            ".UNKOWNBYTES : ", 
                            SkipDataCallback, 
                            nullptr 
                            });

//for more settings see cccapstone/cppbindings/Disasm.hpp

//process disasembling
auto insn = dis.Disasm(code, size);
//check if disassembling succesfull
if (!insn.get())
    return;

//print basic info
for (size_t i = 0; i < insn->Count; i++)
  printf("-> 0x%p:\t%s\t%s\n", 
            insn->Instructions(i).address, 
            insn->Instructions(i).mnemonic, 
            insn->Instructions(i).op_str);

//how to gather advanced info is by example in debug-print function 
--> print_insn_detail (https://github.com/aquynh/capstone/blob/master/tests/test_x86.c)

//in future in capstone will be possible also filtering group of instructions (and far more .. :)
if (insn->Instructions(i).IsInInsGroup(x86_insn_group::X86_GRP_JUMP))
    printf("\nControl Flow change at : %p", insn->Instructions(i).address);