Source code for binaryninja.demangle

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import ctypes

# Binary Ninja components
import _binaryninjacore as core
import types


[docs]def get_qualified_name(names): """ ``get_qualified_name`` gets a qualified name for the provied name list. :param list(str) names: name list to qualify :return: a qualified name :rtype: str :Example: >>> type, name = demangle_ms(Architecture["x86_64"], "[email protected]@@[email protected]@W421@@Z") >>> get_qualified_name(name) 'Foobar::testf' >>> """ return "::".join(names)
[docs]def demangle_ms(arch, mangled_name): """ ``demangle_ms`` demangles a mangled Microsoft Visual Studio C++ name to a Type object. :param Architecture arch: Architecture for the symbol. Required for pointer and integer sizes. :param str mangled_name: a mangled Microsoft Visual Studio C++ name :return: returns tuple of (Type, demangled_name) or (None, mangled_name) on error :rtype: Tuple :Example: >>> demangle_ms(Architecture["x86_64"], "[email protected]@@[email protected]@W421@@Z") (<type: public: static enum Foobar::foo __cdecl (enum Foobar::foo)>, ['Foobar', 'testf']) >>> """ handle = ctypes.POINTER(core.BNType)() outName = ctypes.POINTER(ctypes.c_char_p)() outSize = ctypes.c_ulonglong() names = [] if core.BNDemangleMS(arch.handle, mangled_name, ctypes.byref(handle), ctypes.byref(outName), ctypes.byref(outSize)): for i in xrange(outSize.value): names.append(outName[i]) core.BNFreeDemangledName(ctypes.byref(outName), outSize.value) return (types.Type(handle), names) return (None, mangled_name)
[docs]def demangle_gnu3(arch, mangled_name): handle = ctypes.POINTER(core.BNType)() outName = ctypes.POINTER(ctypes.c_char_p)() outSize = ctypes.c_ulonglong() names = [] if core.BNDemangleGNU3(arch.handle, mangled_name, ctypes.byref(handle), ctypes.byref(outName), ctypes.byref(outSize)): for i in xrange(outSize.value): names.append(outName[i]) core.BNFreeDemangledName(ctypes.byref(outName), outSize.value) if not handle: return (None, names) return (types.Type(handle), names) return (None, mangled_name)