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Checklist for a new release:
- update ChangeLog
- cd bindings; make
- update API version in keystone.h
- update API version in CMakeLists.txt
- change version + dev status in bindings/python/setup.py
- push all local commits
- tag + push -- tags -> check for new Pypi package

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version: 1.0-{build}
os:
- Visual Studio 2015
before_build:
- call "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat" amd64
build_script:
- mkdir build
- cd build
- ..\nmake-dll.bat
- ..\nmake-lib.bat
after_build:
- mkdir keystone-windows-latest
- copy llvm\bin\keystone.dll keystone-windows-latest
- copy llvm\lib\keystone.lib keystone-windows-latest
- copy kstool\kstool.exe keystone-windows-latest
- 7z a keystone-windows-latest.zip keystone-windows-latest\*
artifacts:
- path: build\keystone-windows-latest.zip
name: All Windows binaries
- path: build\llvm\bin\keystone.dll
name: keystone.dll
- path: build\llvm\lib\keystone.lib
name: keystone.lib
- path: build\kstool\kstool.exe
name: kstool.exe

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name: PyPI 📦 Distribution
on: [push]
jobs:
build:
runs-on: ${{ matrix.os }}
strategy:
fail-fast: false
matrix:
os: [macos-latest, ubuntu-latest, windows-latest]
platform: [x32, x64]
steps:
- uses: actions/checkout@v2
- name: Set up Python
uses: actions/setup-python@v2
with:
python-version: '3.x'
- name: Set up MSVC x86
if: matrix.os == 'windows-latest' && matrix.platform == 'x32'
uses: ilammy/msvc-dev-cmd@v1
with:
arch: x86
- name: Set up MSVC x64
if: matrix.os == 'windows-latest' && matrix.platform == 'x64'
uses: ilammy/msvc-dev-cmd@v1
- name: Install dependencies
run: |
pip install setuptools wheel
- name: Build distribution 📦
shell: bash
run: |
if [ ${{ matrix.platform }} == 'x32' ] && [ ${{ matrix.os }} == 'windows-latest' ]; then
cd bindings/python && python setup.py build -p win32 bdist_wheel -p win32
elif [ ${{ matrix.platform }} == 'x32' ] && [ ${{ matrix.os }} == 'ubuntu-latest' ]; then
docker run --rm -v `pwd`/:/work dockcross/manylinux1-x86 > ./dockcross
chmod +x ./dockcross
./dockcross bindings/python/build_wheel.sh
elif [ ${{ matrix.platform }} == 'x64' ] && [ ${{ matrix.os }} == 'ubuntu-latest' ]; then
docker run --rm -v `pwd`/:/work dockcross/manylinux1-x64 > ./dockcross
chmod +x ./dockcross
./dockcross bindings/python/build_wheel.sh
elif [ ${{ matrix.platform }} == 'x32' ] && [ ${{ matrix.os }} == 'macos-latest' ]; then
cd bindings/python && python setup.py sdist
else
cd bindings/python && python setup.py bdist_wheel
fi
- uses: actions/upload-artifact@v2
with:
path: ${{ github.workspace }}/bindings/python/dist/*
publish:
needs: [build]
runs-on: ubuntu-latest
if: startsWith(github.ref, 'refs/tags')
steps:
- uses: actions/download-artifact@v2
with:
name: artifact
path: dist
- name: Publish distribution 📦 to test PyPI
uses: pypa/gh-action-pypi-publish@master
with:
user: __token__
password: ${{ secrets.testpypi_pass }}
repository_url: https://test.pypi.org/legacy/
- name: Publish distribution 📦 to PyPI
if: ${{ success() }}
uses: pypa/gh-action-pypi-publish@master
with:
user: __token__
password: ${{ secrets.pypi_pass }}

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.gitignore vendored

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.DS_Store
*.swp
*.d
*.o
*.a
*.dSYM
*.so
*.so.*
*.exe
*.dll
*.dylib
*.class
*.jar
*.pyc
*.egg-info
*.tgz
*.tar.gz
*.github.io
_*.diff
build*/
samples/sample
_sample*.txt
tmp
MANIFEST
bindings/python/dist/
bindings/python/src/

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language: cpp
sudo: false
script:
- mkdir build
- cd build
- cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=OFF -DLLVM_TARGETS_TO_BUILD="all" -G "Unix Makefiles" ..
- make -j 8
compiler:
- clang
- gcc
os:
- linux
- osx
matrix:
fast_finish: true
include:
- if: branch = master
os: osx
osx_image: xcode10.1
compiler: clang
before_cache:
- brew cleanup
- find /usr/local/Homebrew \! -regex ".+\.git.+" -delete;
cache:
directories:
- $HOME/Library/Caches/Homebrew
- /usr/local/Homebrew
before_install:
- cd /usr/local/Homebrew/Library/Taps/homebrew/homebrew-core && git stash && git clean -d -f
script: brew update && brew install --HEAD keystone
- if: branch = master
os: osx
osx_image: xcode10.1
compiler: gcc
before_cache:
- brew cleanup
- find /usr/local/Homebrew \! -regex ".+\.git.+" -delete;
cache:
directories:
- $HOME/Library/Caches/Homebrew
- /usr/local/Homebrew
before_install:
- cd /usr/local/Homebrew/Library/Taps/homebrew/homebrew-core && git stash && git clean -d -f
script: brew update && brew install --HEAD keystone
- name: "Windows nmake 32bit"
os: windows
language: shell
script:
- mkdir build
- cd build
- cmd.exe //C 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\BuildTools\VC\Auxiliary\Build\vcvarsall.bat' x86 '&' cmd.exe //C '..\nmake-dll.bat' X86 '&' cmd.exe //c '..\nmake-lib.bat' X86
- name: "Windows nmake 64bit"
os: windows
language: shell
script:
- mkdir build
- cd build
- cmd.exe //C 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\BuildTools\VC\Auxiliary\Build\vcvarsall.bat' amd64 '&' cmd.exe //C '..\nmake-dll.bat' '&' cmd.exe //c '..\nmake-lib.bat'

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Nguyen Anh Quynh <aquynh -at- gmail.com>

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# Keystone Assembler Engine (www.keystone-engine.org)
# By Nguyen Anh Quynh, 2016
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8.7)
project(keystone)
set(KEYSTONE_VERSION_MAJOR 0)
set(KEYSTONE_VERSION_MINOR 9)
option(KEYSTONE_BUILD_STATIC_RUNTIME "Embed static runtime" ON)
option(BUILD_LIBS_ONLY "Only build keystone library" 0)
if (NOT CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE AND NOT CMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES)
message(STATUS "No build type selected, default to Debug")
set(CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE "Debug")
endif()
if (POLICY CMP0022)
cmake_policy(SET CMP0022 NEW) # automatic when 2.8.12 is required
endif()
if (POLICY CMP0051)
# CMake 3.1 and higher include generator expressions of the form
# $<TARGETLIB:obj> in the SOURCES property. These need to be
# stripped everywhere that access the SOURCES property, so we just
# defer to the OLD behavior of not including generator expressions
# in the output for now.
cmake_policy(SET CMP0051 OLD)
endif()
if (POLICY CMP0063)
set(CMAKE_POLICY_DEFAULT_CMP0063 NEW) # automatic when 3.3.2 is required
endif()
if (CMAKE_VERSION VERSION_LESS 3.1.20141117)
set(cmake_3_2_USES_TERMINAL)
else()
set(cmake_3_2_USES_TERMINAL USES_TERMINAL)
endif()
if (${CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER_ID} STREQUAL MSVC)
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS} /EHsc")
set(CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASE "${CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASE} /EHsc")
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE} /EHsc")
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_DEBUG "${CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_DEBUG} /EHsc")
else()
set(CMAKE_C_VISIBILITY_PRESET hidden)
set(CMAKE_CXX_VISIBILITY_PRESET hidden)
# Use GNUInstallDirs to set LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX. This should automatically
# handle cases where the libdir should be lib/, lib64/, or lib/<arch>/
# depending on the target system and cmake options.
include(GNUInstallDirs)
string(REGEX REPLACE "lib(.*)$" "\\1" LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX "${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}")
set(LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX "${LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX}" CACHE STRING "Define suffix of library directory name (32/64)")
endif()
# Force static runtime libraries
if (KEYSTONE_BUILD_STATIC_RUNTIME)
FOREACH(flag
CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELEASE CMAKE_C_FLAGS_RELWITHDEBINFO
CMAKE_C_FLAGS_DEBUG CMAKE_C_FLAGS_DEBUG_INIT
CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELWITHDEBINFO
CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_DEBUG CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_DEBUG_INIT)
if (MSVC)
STRING(REPLACE "/MD" "/MT" "${flag}" "${${flag}}")
SET("${flag}" "${${flag}} /EHsc")
endif (MSVC)
ENDFOREACH()
endif ()
add_subdirectory(llvm)
# for Windows, do not build kstool if buiding DLL
# TODO: fix this
if (${CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER_ID} STREQUAL MSVC)
if (NOT BUILD_LIBS_ONLY AND NOT BUILD_SHARED_LIBS)
add_subdirectory(kstool)
endif()
else()
if (NOT BUILD_LIBS_ONLY)
add_subdirectory(kstool)
endif()
endif()
# generate and install pkg-config.pc
FIND_PACKAGE(PkgConfig)
SET(PKG_CONFIG_FILE_PATH
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/${PROJECT_NAME}.pc"
)
SET(PKG_CONFIG_LIBDIR
"${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/lib${LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX}"
)
SET(PKG_CONFIG_INCLUDEDIR
"${CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX}/include"
)
SET(PKG_CONFIG_LIBS
"-L\${libdir} -lkeystone"
)
SET(PKG_CONFIG_CFLAGS
"-I\${includedir}"
)
CONFIGURE_FILE(
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/pkg-config.pc.cmake"
"${PKG_CONFIG_FILE_PATH}"
)
INSTALL(FILES "${PKG_CONFIG_FILE_PATH}"
DESTINATION lib${LLVM_LIBDIR_SUFFIX}/pkgconfig)
# uninstall target
configure_file(
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/CMakeUninstall.in"
"${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/CMakeUninstall.cmake"
IMMEDIATE @ONLY)
if(NOT BUILD_LIBS_ONLY)
add_custom_target(uninstall
COMMAND ${CMAKE_COMMAND} -P ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}/CMakeUninstall.cmake)
endif()
if(NOT BUILD_LIBS_ONLY)
add_subdirectory(suite/fuzz)
endif()

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if (NOT EXISTS "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt")
message(FATAL_ERROR "Cannot find install manifest: @CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt")
endif(NOT EXISTS "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt")
file(READ "@CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR@/install_manifest.txt" files)
string(REGEX REPLACE "\n" ";" files "${files}")
foreach(file ${files})
message(STATUS "Uninstalling $ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
if(IS_SYMLINK "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}" OR EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
exec_program(
"@CMAKE_COMMAND@" ARGS "-E remove \"$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}\""
OUTPUT_VARIABLE rm_out
RETURN_VALUE rm_retval
)
if(NOT "${rm_retval}" STREQUAL 0)
message(FATAL_ERROR "Problem when removing $ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
endif(NOT "${rm_retval}" STREQUAL 0)
else(IS_SYMLINK "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}" OR EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
message(STATUS "File $ENV{DESTDIR}${file} does not exist.")
endif(IS_SYMLINK "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}" OR EXISTS "$ENV{DESTDIR}${file}")
endforeach(file)

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This file credits all the contributors of Keystone Engine (keystone-engine.org).
Beta testers (in no particular order)
=====================================
Mike Guidry
Eloi Vanderbeken
Tim "diff" Strazzere
Matt Graeber
Edgar Barbosa
Loi Anh Tuan
Sascha Schirra
hugsy
Alexander Tereshkin
Sébastien Duquette
Sergi Alvarez, aka pancake (author of radare)
Richo Healey
Remco Verhoef (honeytrap.io)
Duncan Ogilvie
Bruce Dang
Dan Caselden
Jaime Peñalba
Daniel Collin
Vitaly Osipov
Dang Hoang Vu
Paul Rascagneres
postmodern
Fotis Loukos
Peter Geissler
Ingmar Steen (CED)
Matteo Favaro
Julien Legras
Anton Kochkov
Francisco Alonso
rdmz
practicalswift
Jurriaan Bremer
Contributors (in no particular order)
=====================================
Ingmar Steen: NodeJS binding.
Sascha Schirra: Ruby binding.
Remco Verhoef: Go & Rust bindings.
Adrian Herrera: Haskell binding.
practicalswift: Various cool bugs found by fuzzing.
Aziem Chawdhary: OCaml binding.
Ruben Boonen: PowerShell binding.
Marco Fornaro: C# binding.
David Zimmer: VB6 binding.
Michael Mohr: Debian packaging.
Jämes Ménétrey (ZenLulz): Java binding.
Philippe Antoine (Catena cyber): fuzzing.
Kevin Foo (chfl4gs): PyPI packaging, Travis-CI, fixes for Python binding.

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This file details the changelog of Keystone.
------------------------------
Version 0.9.2: June 21st, 2020
- Fix for Python binding (Pypi package)
----------------------------------
Version 0.9.2-rc1: June 13th, 2020
[ Core & tool ]
- Default radix set to 16
- kstool accepts -b option to print out encoding binary to output
- Do not build Universal binaries for Mac
- Better installer for Linux
- Add Ethereum VM architecture
- Better support for older compiler
- Add Masm binding
- Rename namespace llvm to llvm_ks
- Better cross compile with Android NDK
- Add KS_VERSION_{MAJOR, MINOR, EXTRA}
- Add new option KS_OPT_SYM_RESOLVER
- Fix memory leaks in ks_asm()
[ X86 ]
- Fix X86 prefix ordering
[ Arm ]
- Fix Thumb backward branch
- Fix Thumb2 ADR, B.W
- Fix BL, BLX in Thumb mode
[ Arm64 ]
- Fix ADRP
- Fix PC-relative offset for branch instructions
[ Mips ]
- Fix JAL IMM
[ PowerPC ]
- Remove bound check on branch instructions
[ Python binding ]
- Fix module loading issue
- Load library versioning
- Add as_bytes=True param to asm()
[ Bindings ]
- Multiple fixes for Python, Go, Rust, .NET
- Add Java, VB6, C#, Powershell, Perl bindings
------------------------------
Version 0.9.1: July 27th, 2016
[ Core & tool ]
- Fix a segfault in kstool (on missing assembly input).
- kstool now allows to specify instruction address.
- Build Mac libraries in universal format by default.
- Add "lib32" option to cross-compile to 32-bit *nix (on 64-bit system).
- Add "lib_only" option to only build libraries (skip kstool).
- New bindings: Haskell & OCaml.
[ X86 ]
- Fix instructions: LJMP, LCALL, CDQE, SHR, SHL, SAR, SAL, LOOP, LOOPE, LOOPNE
- Better handling a lot of tricky input caught by assert() before.
- Better support for Nasm syntax.
[ Arm ]
- Fix BLX instruction.
[ Python binding ]
- Better Python3 support.
- Expose @stat_count in KsError class when ks_asm() returns with error.
See sample code in bindings/python/sample_asm_count.py
[ Go binding ]
- Fix Go binding for 32-bit
---------------------------
Version 0.9: May 31th, 2016
- Initial public release.

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FOSS License Exception
What is the FOSS License Exception?
This is based on the Oracle's Free and Open Source Software ("FOSS")
License Exception.
The Free and Open Source Software ("FOSS") License Exception allows
developers of FOSS applications to include Keystone Libraries with their
FOSS applications. This exception permits distribution of Keystone libraries
with a developer's FOSS applications licensed under the terms of another
FOSS license listed below, even though such other FOSS license may be
incompatible with the GPL.
The following terms and conditions describe the circumstances under which
Oracle's FOSS License Exception applies.
FOSS License Exception Terms and Conditions
1. Definitions. "Derivative Work" means a derivative work, as defined
under applicable copyright law, formed entirely from the Program and
one or more FOSS Applications.
"FOSS Application" means a free and open source software application
distributed subject to a license listed in the section below titled
"FOSS License List."
"FOSS Notice" means a notice put in a copy of Keystone Libraries
stating that such copy of Keystone Libraries may be distributed under
FOSS License Exception.
"Independent Work" means portions of the Derivative Work that are not
derived from the Program and can reasonably be considered independent
and separate works.
"Program" means a copy of Keystone Libraries that contains
a FOSS Notice.
2. A FOSS application developer ("you" or "your") may distribute a
Derivative Work provided that you and the Derivative Work meet all of
the following conditions:
a. You obey the GPL in all respects for the Program and all portions
(including modifications) of the Program included in the
Derivative Work (provided that this condition does not apply to
Independent Works);
b. The Derivative Work does not include any work licensed under the
GPL other than the Program;
c. You distribute Independent Works subject to a license listed in
the section below titled "FOSS License List";
d. You distribute Independent Works in object code or executable
form with the complete corresponding machine-readable source code
on the same medium and under the same FOSS license applying to
the object code or executable forms;
e. All works that are aggregated with the Program or the Derivative
Work on a medium or volume of storage are not derivative works of
the Program, Derivative Work or FOSS Application, and must
reasonably be considered independent and separate works.
3. Keystone's authors reserves all rights not expressly granted in these
terms and conditions. If all of the above conditions are not met, then
this FOSS License Exception does not apply to you/your Derivative Work.
FOSS License List
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|License Name |Version(s)/Copyright Date|
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Academic Free License |2.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Apache Software License |1.0/1.1/2.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Apple Public Source License |2.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Artistic license |From Perl 5.8.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|BSD license |"July 22 1999" |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Common Development and Distribution License |1.0 |
|(CDDL) | |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Common Public License |1.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Eclipse Public License |1.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|European Union Public License (EUPL)¹ |1.1 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) |3.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|GNU Library or "Lesser" General Public License|2.0/2.1/3.0 |
|(LGPL) | |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|GNU General Public License (GPL) |3.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|IBM Public License |1.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Jabber Open Source License |1.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|MIT License (As listed in file |- |
|MIT-License.txt) | |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Mozilla Public License (MPL) |1.0/1.1 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Open Software License |2.0 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|OpenSSL license (with original SSLeay license)|"2003" ("1998") |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|PHP License |3.0/3.01 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Python license (CNRI Python License) |- |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Python Software Foundation License |2.1.1 |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Sleepycat License |"1999" |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source |- |
|License | |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|W3C License |"2001" |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|X11 License |"2001" |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Zlib/libpng License |- |
|----------------------------------------------+-------------------------|
|Zope Public License |2.0 |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
¹) When an Independent Work is licensed under a "Compatible License"
pursuant to the EUPL, the Compatible License rather than the EUPL is the
applicable license for purposes of these FOSS License Exception Terms and
Conditions.

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The commercial license of Keystone allows you to use Keystone libraries & tools
in commercial products.
- The Keystone commercial license is perpetual and royalty-free.
- You have the right to distribute the binary and modifications of Keystone.
- No source code redistribution is allowed in any way.
Contact keystone.engine@gmail.com for further information.

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Keystone Engine
==============
[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/keystone-engine/keystone.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/keystone-engine/keystone)
[![Build Status](https://semaphoreci.com/api/v1/aquynh/keystone/branches/master/badge.svg)](https://semaphoreci.com/aquynh/keystone)
[![Build status](https://ci.appveyor.com/api/projects/status/c27slvyrijiejvqs?svg=true)](https://ci.appveyor.com/project/aquynh/keystone)
Keystone is a lightweight multi-platform, multi-architecture assembler framework.
It offers some unparalleled features:
- Multi-architecture, with support for Arm, Arm64 (AArch64/Armv8), Ethereum Virtual Machine, Hexagon, Mips, PowerPC, Sparc, SystemZ & X86 (include 16/32/64bit).
- Clean/simple/lightweight/intuitive architecture-neutral API.
- Implemented in C/C++ languages, with bindings for Java, Masm, C#, PowerShell, Perl, Python, NodeJS, Ruby, Go, Rust, Haskell, VB6 & OCaml available.
- Native support for Windows & \*nix (with Mac OSX, Linux, \*BSD & Solaris confirmed).
- Thread-safe by design.
- Open source - with a dual license.
Keystone is based on LLVM, but it goes much further with [a lot more to offer](/docs/beyond_llvm.md).
Further information is available at http://www.keystone-engine.org
License
-------
Keystone is available under a dual license:
- Version 2 of the GNU General Public License (GPLv2). (I.e. Without the "any later version" clause.).
License information can be found in the [COPYING file](COPYING) and the [EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT file](EXCEPTIONS-CLIENT).
This combination allows almost all of open source projects to use Keystone without conflicts.
- For commercial usage in production environments, contact the authors of Keystone to buy a royalty-free license.
See [LICENSE-COM.TXT](LICENSE-COM.TXT) for more information.
Compilation & Docs
------------------
See [COMPILE.md](docs/COMPILE.md) file for how to compile and install Keystone.
More documentation is available in [docs/README.md](docs/README.md).
Contact
-------
[Contact us](http://www.keystone-engine.org/contact/) via mailing list, email or twitter for any questions.
Contribute
----------
Keystone is impossible without generous support from [our sponsors](/SPONSORS.TXT). We cannot thank them enough!
[CREDITS.TXT](CREDITS.TXT) records other important contributors of our project.
If you want to contribute, please pick up something from our [Github issues](https://github.com/keystone-engine/keystone/issues).
We also maintain a list of more challenged problems in a [TODO list](https://github.com/keystone-engine/keystone/wiki/TODO).

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Version 0.9.2 works quite well for all architectures, but is known to not be able
to deal with some malformed craft input. In such a case, Keystone usually exits
with some error messages. Report if you experience this issue, so we can fix
that in the next release.
See details of open bugs at https://github.com/keystone-engine/keystone/issues

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This file lists all the sponsors of Keystone Engine.
Thanks a lot for your great support!
----------------------------------------------------
Mike Guidry
Synacktiv Digital Security (www.synacktiv.com)
Tim "diff" Strazzere
Veris Group (www.verisgroup.com)

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# Keystone Engine
# By Nguyen Anh Quynh & Dang Hoang Vu, 2015
TMPDIR = /tmp/keystone_sample
DIFF = diff -u -w
SAMPLE_ARM = $(TMPDIR)/sample_arm
SAMPLE_ARM64 = $(TMPDIR)/sample_arm64
SAMPLE_MIPS = $(TMPDIR)/sample_mips
SAMPLE_M68K = $(TMPDIR)/sample_m68k
SAMPLE_SPARC = $(TMPDIR)/sample_sparc
SAMPLE_X86 = $(TMPDIR)/sample_x86
.PHONY: all expected python rust go nodejs ruby
all:
cd python && $(MAKE) gen_const
cd nodejs && $(MAKE) gen_const
python const_generator.py rust
python const_generator.py go
cd ruby && $(MAKE) gen_const
python const_generator.py powershell
samples: expected python
sample_python: expected python
expected:
cd ../samples && $(MAKE)
mkdir -p $(TMPDIR)
../samples/sample_arm > $(SAMPLE_ARM)_e
../samples/sample_arm64 > $(SAMPLE_ARM64)_e
../samples/sample_mips > $(SAMPLE_MIPS)_e
../samples/sample_sparc > $(SAMPLE_SPARC)_e
../samples/sample_m68k > $(SAMPLE_M68K)_e
../samples/sample_x86 > $(SAMPLE_X86)_e
python: FORCE
cd python && $(MAKE)
python python/sample_arm.py > $(SAMPLE_ARM)_o
python python/sample_arm64.py > $(SAMPLE_ARM64)_o
python python/sample_mips.py > $(SAMPLE_MIPS)_o
python python/sample_sparc.py > $(SAMPLE_SPARC)_o
python python/sample_m68k.py > $(SAMPLE_M68K)_o
python python/sample_x86.py > $(SAMPLE_X86)_o
$(MAKE) sample_diff
ruby: FORCE
cd ruby && $(MAKE)
nodejs: FORCE
cd nodejs && $(MAKE)
rust: FORCE
cd rust && $(MAKE)
go: FORCE
cd go && $(MAKE)
ocaml: FORCE
cd ocaml && $(MAKE)
sample_diff: FORCE
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_ARM)_e $(SAMPLE_ARM)_o
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_ARM64)_e $(SAMPLE_ARM64)_o
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_MIPS)_e $(SAMPLE_MIPS)_o
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_SPARC)_e $(SAMPLE_SPARC)_o
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_M68K)_e $(SAMPLE_M68K)_o
$(DIFF) $(SAMPLE_X86)_e $(SAMPLE_X86)_o
clean:
rm -rf $(TMPDIR)
cd python && $(MAKE) clean
cd rust && $(MAKE) clean
cd go && $(MAKE) clean
cd nodejs && $(MAKE) clean
cd ruby && $(MAKE) clean
cd ocaml && $(MAKE) clean
check:
cd python && $(MAKE) check
cd rust && $(MAKE) check
cd go && $(MAKE) check
cd nodejs && $(MAKE) check
cd ruby && $(MAKE) check
FORCE:

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This directory contains bindings for Keystone.
See <language>/README* for how to install each binding.
Except Python, all other bindings are contributed by community.
- NodeJS binding: by Ingmar Steen
- Ruby binding: by Sascha Schirra
- Go binding: by Remco Verhoef
- Rust binding: by Remco Verhoef
- Haskell binding: by Adrian Herrera
- OCaml binding: by Aziem Chawdhary
- PowerShell binding: by Ruben Boonen
- C# binding: by Marco Fornaro
- VB6 binding: by David Zimmer
- Masm binding: by mrfearless
- Java binding: by Jämes Ménétrey (ZenLulz)
Other bindings maintained externally by community:
- Perl-Keystone: Perl binding made by @t00sh.
https://github.com/t00sh/perl-keystone
- keystone-rs: Rust binding by @tathanhdinh
https://github.com/tathanhdinh/keystone-rs

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# Keystone Engine
# Adapted from the code of Dang Hoang Vu for Capstone Engine, 2013
from __future__ import print_function
import sys, re, os
INCL_DIR = os.path.join('..', 'include', 'keystone')
# NOTE: this reflects the value of KS_ERR_ASM_xxx in keystone.h
ks_err_val = { 'KS_ERR_ASM': '128', 'KS_ERR_ASM_ARCH': '512' }
include = [ 'arm.h', 'arm64.h', 'mips.h', 'x86.h', 'sparc.h', 'ppc.h', 'systemz.h', 'hexagon.h', 'evm.h', 'keystone.h' ]
def CamelCase(s):
# return re.sub(r'(\w)+\_?', lambda m:m.group(0).capitalize(), s)
return ''.join(''.join([w[0].upper(), w[1:].lower()]) for w in s.split('_'))
template = {
'powershell': {
'header': "/// For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_h.cs]\n",
'footer': "",
'out_file': './powershell/Keystone/Const/%s_h.cs',
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '///',
'comment_close': '',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'.*',
'line_format': 'KS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
]
},
'rust': {
'header': "#![allow(non_camel_case_types)]\n// For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_const.rs]\nuse ::libc::*;\n",
'footer': "",
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'arm.h': 'keystone',
'arm64.h': 'keystone',
'mips.h': 'keystone',
'x86.h': 'keystone',
'sparc.h': 'keystone',
'systemz.h': 'keystone',
'ppc.h': 'keystone',
'hexagon.h': 'keystone',
'evm.h': 'keystone',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '/*',
'comment_close': '*/',
'out_file': './rust/keystone-sys/src/%s_const.rs',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'(API)_.*',
'pre': '\n',
'line_format': 'pub const {0}: c_uint = {1};\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
{ 'regex': r'MODE_.*',
'pre': '\n' +
'bitflags! {{\n' +
'#[repr(C)]\n' +
' pub struct Mode: c_int {{\n',
'line_format': ' const {0} = {1};\n',
'fn': (lambda x: '_'.join(x.split('_')[1:]) if not re.match(r'MODE_\d+', x) else x),
'post': ' }\n}',
},
{
'regex': r'ARCH_.*',
'pre': '\n' +
'#[repr(C)]\n' +
'#[derive(Debug, PartialEq, Clone, Copy)]\n' +
'pub enum Arch {{\n',
'line_format': ' {0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: '_'.join(x.split('_')[1:])),
'post': '}\n',
},
{
'regex': r'(OPT_([A-Z]+)|OPT_SYM_RESOLVER)$',
'pre': '#[repr(C)]\n' +
'#[derive(Debug, PartialEq, Clone, Copy)]\n' +
'pub enum OptionType {{\n',
'line_format': ' {0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: '_'.join(x.split('_')[1:])),
'post': '}\n',
},
{
'regex': r'OPT_(?!SYM)([A-Z]+\_)+[A-Z]+',
'pre': 'bitflags! {{\n'
'#[repr(C)]\n' +
' pub struct OptionValue: size_t {{\n',
'line_format': ' const {0} = {1};\n',
'fn': (lambda x: '_'.join(x.split('_')[1:])),
'post': ' }\n}\n',
},
{
'regex': r'ERR_(.*)',
'pre': 'bitflags! {{\n' +
'#[repr(C)]\n' +
' pub struct Error: c_int {{\n',
'line_format': ' const {0} = {1};\n',
'fn': (lambda x: '_'.join(x.split('_')[1:])),
'post': ' }\n}',
},
],
},
'go': {
'header': "package keystone\n// For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_const.go]\n\n",
'footer': "",
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'arm.h': 'arm',
'arm64.h': 'arm64',
'mips.h': 'mips',
'x86.h': 'x86',
'sparc.h': 'sparc',
'systemz.h': 'systemz',
'ppc.h': 'ppc',
'hexagon.h': 'hexagon',
'evm.h': 'evm',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '/*',
'comment_close': '*/',
'out_file': './go/keystone/%s_const.go',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'API_.*',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
{ 'regex': r'MODE_.*',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} Mode = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
{
'regex': r'ARCH_.*',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} Architecture = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
{
'regex': r'OPT_([A-Z]+)$',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} OptionType = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
{
'regex': r'OPT_([A-Z]+\_)+[A-Z]+',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} OptionValue = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
{
'regex': r'ERR_.*',
'pre': 'const (\n',
'line_format': '\t{0} Error = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
'post': ')\n',
},
]
},
'python': {
'header': "# For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_const.py]\n",
'footer': "",
'out_file': './python/keystone/%s_const.py',
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'arm.h': 'arm',
'arm64.h': 'arm64',
'mips.h': 'mips',
'x86.h': 'x86',
'sparc.h': 'sparc',
'systemz.h': 'systemz',
'ppc.h': 'ppc',
'hexagon.h': 'hexagon',
'evm.h': 'evm',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '#',
'comment_close': '',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'.*',
'line_format': 'KS_{0} = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
]
},
'nodejs': {
'header': "// For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_const.js]\n",
'footer': "",
'out_file': './nodejs/consts/%s.js',
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'arm.h': 'arm',
'arm64.h': 'arm64',
'mips.h': 'mips',
'x86.h': 'x86',
'sparc.h': 'sparc',
'systemz.h': 'systemz',
'ppc.h': 'ppc',
'hexagon.h': 'hexagon',
'evm.h': 'evm',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '//',
'comment_close': '',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'.*',
'line_format': 'module.exports.{0} = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
]
},
'ruby': {
'header': "# For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%s_const.rb]\n\nmodule Keystone\n",
'footer': "end",
'out_file': './ruby/keystone_gem/lib/keystone/%s_const.rb',
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'arm.h': 'arm',
'arm64.h': 'arm64',
'mips.h': 'mips',
'x86.h': 'x86',
'sparc.h': 'sparc',
'systemz.h': 'systemz',
'ppc.h': 'ppc',
'hexagon.h': 'hexagon',
'evm.h': 'evm',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '#',
'comment_close': '',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'.*',
'line_format': '\tKS_{0} = {1}\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
]
},
'csharp': {
'header': "// For Keystone Engine. AUTO-GENERATED FILE, DO NOT EDIT [%sConstants.cs]\nnamespace KeystoneNET\n{",
'footer': "}",
'out_file': './csharp/KeystoneNET/KeystoneNET/Constants/%sConstants.cs',
# prefixes for constant filenames of all archs - case sensitive
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'arm.h': 'arm',
'arm64.h': 'arm64',
'mips.h': 'mips',
'x86.h': 'x86',
'sparc.h': 'sparc',
'systemz.h': 'systemz',
'ppc.h': 'ppc',
'hexagon.h': 'hexagon',
'evm.h': 'evm',
'keystone.h': 'keystone',
'comment_open': '//',
'comment_close': '',
'rules': [
{
'regex': r'(ARCH)_.*',
'pre': '\n\tpublic enum KeystoneArchitecture : int\n\t{{\n',
'post': '\t}',
'line_format': '\t\tKS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
{
'regex': r'(MODE)_.*',
'pre': '\n\tpublic enum KeystoneMode : uint\n\t{{\n',
'post': '\t}',
'line_format': '\t\tKS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
{
'regex': r'(ERR)_.*',
'pre': '\n\tpublic enum {0}Error : short\n\t{{\n',
'post': '\t}',
'line_format': '\t\tKS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
{
'regex': r'((OPT_([A-Z]+))|(OPT_SYM_RESOLVER))$',
'pre': '\n\tpublic enum KeystoneOptionType : short\n\t{{\n',
'post': '\t}',
'line_format': '\t\tKS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
{
'regex': r'OPT_(?!SYM)([A-Z]+\_)+[A-Z]+',
'pre': '\n\tpublic enum KeystoneOptionValue : short\n\t{{\n',
'post': '\t}',
'line_format': '\t\tKS_{0} = {1},\n',
'fn': (lambda x: x),
},
]
},
}
# markup for comments to be added to autogen files
MARKUP = '//>'
def gen(lang):
global include, INCL_DIR
consts = {}
templ = template[lang]
for target in include:
if target not in templ:
continue
prefix = templ[target]
if target == 'keystone.h':
prefix = 'keystone'
lines = open(os.path.join(INCL_DIR, target)).readlines()
consts[prefix] = []
previous = {}