I'm starting to work on a plugin to port symbols(stack variable names, operand names, comments, etc) from functions in one database to functions in another database when function names match.
I'm getting familiar with IDA api and now I can't find out how to get a custom name of an operand in IDA Python.
For now I'd just like to be able to print information I want, I'd like to print operand names: normal names when custom name is not defined, and the custom name when I set the custom name for the operand(Alt+F1 shortcut key by default).
Here's what I came up with for my main function:
import idautils for functionItem in idautils.FuncItems(0x140012400): if ida_bytes.is_code(ida_bytes.get_full_flags(functionItem)): instruction = idautils.DecodeInstruction(functionItem) print(idc.print_operand(instruction.ip, 0))
And I expect it to print this at the end:
rsp rdi rbp:myCustomName
This code prints:
rsp rdi rbp
I tried to google but I can't find how to show custom operand name. I could only find these 2 related links: