Example #1
def parse_instruction(string, location, tokens):
    """Parse an ARM instruction.
    mnemonic = tokens.get("mnemonic")
    operands = [op for op in tokens.get("operands", [])]

    instr = ArmInstruction(

    if "cc" in mnemonic:
        instr.condition_code = cc_mapper[mnemonic["cc"]]

    if "uf" in mnemonic:
        instr.update_flags = True

    if "ldm_stm_addr_mode" in mnemonic:
        instr.ldm_stm_addr_mode = ldm_stm_am_mapper[mnemonic["ldm_stm_addr_mode"]]

    return instr
Example #2
    def _cs_translate_insn(self, cs_insn):
        operands = [self.__cs_translate_operand(op, cs_insn) for op in cs_insn.operands]

        mnemonic = cs_insn.mnemonic

        # Special case: register list "{rX - rX}", stored as a series of
        # registers has to be converted to ArmRegisterListOperand.
        if "{" in cs_insn.op_str:
            reg_list = []
            op_translated = []

            if not("push" in mnemonic or "pop" in mnemonic):
                # First operand is the base (in push/pop, the base
                # register, sp is omitted)

                operands = operands[1:]

            for r in operands:

            op_translated.append(ArmRegisterListOperand(reg_list, reg_list[0][0].size))

            operands = op_translated

        # Remove narrow/wide compiler suffixes (.w/.n), they are of no
        # interest for tranlation purpouses
        if mnemonic[-2:] == ".w" or mnemonic[-2:] == ".n":
            mnemonic = mnemonic[:-2]

        # Remove condition code from the mnemonic, this goes first than the
        # removal of the update flags suffix, because according to UAL syntax
        # the this suffix goes after the update flags suffix in the mnemonic.
        if cs_insn.cc != ARM_CC_INVALID and cs_insn.cc != ARM_CC_AL:
            cc_suffix_str = cc_inverse_mapper[cc_capstone_barf_mapper[cs_insn.cc]]

            if cc_suffix_str == mnemonic[-2:]:
                mnemonic = mnemonic[:-2]

        # Remove update flags suffix (s)
        if cs_insn.update_flags and mnemonic[-1] == 's':
            mnemonic = mnemonic[:-1]

        # Remove LDM/STM addressing modes from the mnemonic, later include it in the ArmInstruction
        if mnemonic[0:3] == "ldm" or mnemonic[0:3] == "stm":
            ldm_stm_am = None
            if mnemonic[-2:] in ldm_stm_am_mapper:
                ldm_stm_am = ldm_stm_am_mapper[mnemonic[-2:]]
                mnemonic = mnemonic[:-2]

        # TODO: Temporary hack to accommodate THUMB short notation:
        # "add r0, r1" -> "add r0, r0, r1"
        if len(operands) == 2 and (mnemonic == "add" or
                                   mnemonic == "eor" or
                                   mnemonic == "orr" or
                                   mnemonic == "sub"):
            operands = [operands[0], operands[0], operands[1]]

        instr = ArmInstruction(
            mnemonic + " " + cs_insn.op_str,

        if cs_insn.cc != ARM_CC_INVALID:
            instr.condition_code = cc_capstone_barf_mapper[cs_insn.cc]

        if cs_insn.update_flags:
            instr.update_flags = True

        if mnemonic[0:3] == "ldm" or mnemonic[0:3] == "stm":
            instr.ldm_stm_addr_mode = ldm_stm_am
            if "!" in cs_insn.op_str:
                instr.operands[0].wb = True

        # TODO: LOAD/STORE MODE (it may be necessary to parse the mnemonic).

        return instr