SIMPLE SOLUTIONS

ESIL(7) - Linux man page online | Overview, conventions, and miscellany

Evaluable Strings Intermediate Language.

Chapter
ESIL(7) Miscellaneous Information Manual ESIL(7)

NAME

ESIL - Evaluable Strings Intermediate Language

DESCRIPTION

ESIL aims to describe a Forth-like representation for every target CPU opcode semantics. ESIL representations can be evaluated (interpreted) in order to emulate individual instructions.

SYNTAX

Each command of an ESIL expression is separated by a comma <source0>,<source1>,<operation> <source>,<destination>,<operation> <source_destination>,<operation>

BASIC OPERATIONS

These operations should be enough to emulate most instructions of any architecture = sets the value of the destination to the value of the source + adds the values of source0 and source1 and pushes the result on the esil stack - subtracts the value of source0 from the value of source1 and pushes the result on the esil stack * multiplies the values of source0 and source1 and pushes the result on the esil stack / divides the value of source1 by the value of source0 BASIC OPERATIONS EXAMPLES (x86) jmp eax -> eax,eip,=

SEE ALSO

radare2(1)
ESIL(7)
This manual Reference Other manuals
esil(7) referred by
refer to radare2(1)
Download raw manual
Index Miscellaneous Information Manual (+113) № 7 (+1560)
Go top