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Remembering all register contents may be exhausting so I would like to find a solution to be able to see all register contents at a chosen instruction in the Listing. I know debuggers got this function when you set a breakpoint at the instruction you are interested in and move to it, you can see the contents of all registers but is there a way to integrate this functionality into Ghidra? Some kind of plugin?

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Ghidra is a static disassembler / decompiler, i.e., it is not able to perform instructions.

It means that there is no possibility to see the registers' values, to follow their changes, or to log them.

You need a debugger to reach it, such as x64dbg or IDA Pro.

EDIT:

This answer is appropriate for Ghidra releases up to 9.x.y (I used 9.2.4 making this answer).
From release 10.0 Ghidra has a debugger (thanks blabb for his note).

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  • isnt it possible to somehow integrate the debugger into ghidra via some plugin?
    – REpro1337
    Mar 25 at 14:28
  • ghidra has a debugger for last 2 3 releases
    – blabb
    Mar 25 at 16:28
  • @blabb, thanks for your comment, I didn't know about it, now I upgraded to the latest release.
    – MarianD
    Mar 25 at 22:54
  • @REpro - for older releases of Ghidra (without a debugger) it is not possible. For now I how no experience with releases 10+, which have the debugger, I'm sorry.
    – MarianD
    Mar 25 at 23:07
  • @blabb how do I find it?
    – REpro1337
    Mar 28 at 8:13

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