node-capstone provides Node.js bindings for the
Capstone disassembler library, allowing
binary data in
Buffer objects to be disassembled using any of Capstone's
npm install capstone
The Capstone library is not included, and must be installed separately. The recommended method to install on OSX is using homebrew:
brew install capstone
On Windows and Linux, install a pre-compiled binary from the Capstone download page, or build from source.
libcapstone is available in your PATH. Additionally, the
version needs to match the binding's version.
var capstone = ;var code = 0x55 0x48 0x8b 0x05 0xb8 0x13 0x00 0x00 ;var cs = capstoneARCH_X86 capstoneMODE_64;csdetail = true;cs;cs;
For other examples, see the tests in the
Full documentation is available at https://parasyte.github.io/node-capstone-docs
The source code is hereby released under the MIT License. The full text of the license appears below.
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