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Thread: How to get functions argument types in IDA. (ida plugIns programing)

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    Mostek
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    How to get functions argument types in IDA. (ida plugIns programing)

    Hi

    Well the tittle says it all I need argument types for import/export (global) functions.

    I checked all those .h,.hpp -s and I'm really confused right now. I only can get the size of all "push"-s .

    Any help will be aworded (how? I'll finish ida2softice plugin faster.)
    Last news: currently 1/3 of the plugIn is done

    Well that's that, I hope somebody can help.

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    Spath.
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    I have made an IDC script which adds
    parameters recognition based on a .h file, you
    can get it at frogsprint.cjb.net (prototypes
    parsing is very basic though, you should be
    able to do much better in C).

    Spath.
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  3. #3
    Mostek
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    Thanks

    I'll check if it helps.

    Thanks
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    Mostek
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