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jtool -d objc

Postby backendbilly » Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:49 am

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Re: jtool -d objc

Postby Siguza » Sat Feb 25, 2017 1:28 pm

Ugh, images? Really? Why not just move the topic?
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Re: jtool -d objc

Postby backendbilly » Sat Feb 25, 2017 1:35 pm

Cuz there's a stupid check box that you need to tick to do an actual move. If you don't check that box it will just make a copy even though the option chosen was "move to forum". So I did the "move" and noticed the original wasn't removed. Thinking deletion should take care of it but it actually removed the original post. Needed a quick fix so I just recovered from cache. I'm used to "move" means an actual move not a copy :shock:
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Re: jtool -d objc

Postby Siguza » Sun Feb 26, 2017 12:59 pm

Alright, fair enough.

And @J: agreed, working in-cache is preferable, but only very few tools support that. From things like the "strings" utility over hex viewers up to ROP gadget finders and embedded scripting engines, there's a lot of functionality jtool doesn't offer. And while I do submit bug reports and occasional feature requests, I can hardly ask you to turn jtool into half an operating system, now can I? :/
Extracting from cache just seems... more viable at times.
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Re: jtool -d objc

Postby morpheus » Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:46 pm

*shrug* :roll: . I use jtool -d __TEXT.__cstring for strings... And as I said, extracting breaks links from the dylib to other delis in cache. But whatever works.
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