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Decompiler released

Available on the download page, this new version news include:
* Command line interpreter support for --default-to option
* More ARM instructions implemented
* CP/M environment added
* 64-bit Windows enviroment added

Experimental support for running OllyDbg scripts after the image files are loaded has been added.

Posted by John Källén 2015-06-05

Decompiler released

Mostly a bugfix patch, addresses the broken command-line interpreter and a bunch of irritating failures in type inference.

Posted by John Källén 2015-05-09

Decompiler released

The biggest news are the introduction of a tabbed GUI interface (à la Visual Studio) replacing the previous MDI interface. It's not complete yet -- in particular, window grouping is not implemented yet.

The command-line client now has support for several switches. Use the command

 decompile --help

to find out what these switches are.

Posted by John Källén 2015-05-06

Decompiler version 0.2.3 released

Warnings and errors occurring during decompilation are presented in the Diagnostics window. Clicking on a diagnostic takes you to the offending address in memory.

Posted by John Källén 2010-05-19

Decompiler version 0.2.2 released

Much improved register parameter handling. In particular, elminated false positives on registers that were thought to emerge from procedures that can be proved to be terminating.

Posted by John Källén 2010-05-17

Decompiler version 0.2.1

Contains some bugfixes and minor user interface improvements. Keep sending those bug reports!

Posted by John Källén 2010-05-10

User guide posted on the wiki

Posted by John Källén 2010-04-29

Decompiler version 0.2.0

This new version has a revamped MDI user interface which is less limiting when you wish to view several output windows at once. It also provides improved support for certain x86 floating point instructions.

Posted by John Källén 2010-04-24

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