How should I design a mode for reverse engineering executables (or should I even use a mode)?

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  • emacs-capstone

    elisp bindings for the capstone disassembler

    Ah, so I wrote https://github.com/anticomputer/emacs-capstone and I'll note that it was mostly a vehicle for me to get used to the (at the time) new emacs native module API.

  • rizin

    UNIX-like reverse engineering framework and command-line toolset.

    I made that first repository and I'd really like to see this mode. At the time I was envisioning a magit-like client for radare2 using r2pipe. Maybe using librz directly is a better idea?

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