I was wondering if there are any limitations of capstone's disassembling capabilities when compared to IDA.
If yes, are those limitations inherent, i.e. a result of the different design/techniques that capstone and ida use? Or are they rather due to "not yet implemented" features, e.g. capstone's fewer supported CPUs?
If there are inherent limitations, could you give an example?
I am talking about the disassembling only, i.e., I am not interested in things like available APIs, commercial support, license models, plug-in systems, debugging support etc. Just the pure disassembly.
Capstone is mentioned as one answer to the post "Is there any disassembler to rival IDA Pro?", but it seems to be a copied/pasted text from the capstone website.
PS: The working of IDA is explained/discussed here.