There's a new blog in town: Solaris CAT

We're ramping things up somewhat with Solaris CAT... getting v4.2 ready to put on SDLC and adding support for more and more of the new (not so new now!) features that are to be found in Solaris 10 and Solaris Express (aka OpenSolaris).

For my part, I've been working out the bugs in our x86 and x64 disassembler implementation so that we can provide support for x86 and x64/amd64 for Solaris 10 onwards with version 5.0 of Solaris CAT ..... In fact I fixed a really nasty one just a few minutes ago which only happened on x86. It's been giving me the irrits for a few months (in between working on my day job of course!).

Now that I've got that fixed I can go back to working on the other stuff that we need in order to make the x86 and x64 versions as complete as possible. Of course there will be things that aren't applicable to those platforms and we'll give you a polite message to remind you.

At any rate, the team has a group blog here: Solaris CAT where we'll provide news, how to guides and other neat things.

Ooh ooh ooh how could I forget! v4.2 (almost ready) has support for CTF. So if you want to get with the program on CTF (because let's face it, stabs is an evil and disgusting flying monkey) then if you follow my instructions you'll be able to see your structures inside Solaris CAT. Now that is cool.

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Woo Hoo!

Posted by Lyle on May 22, 2006 at 06:07 PM EST #

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