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I lost the code of an app I wrote some years ago...the game structure was pretty cool and would be good to have it back...

So can I reverse a binary into...something? I mean at least class tree...

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and the ipa (yes I saved it and not the code source, pretty smart eh?)

I saw this link but don't know how to use objc-helper-plugin-ida! Never used python before

otool gives:

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  • we can only answer a specific question, this is too unclear. – Ange Feb 23 '14 at 11:49
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Use IDA Pro 6.5 Demo (available for free from http://hex-rays.com) It supports ObjC by default

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You can use Radare2, IDA Pro or Hopper. You'll need to reverse it and this might take more time than rewriting it. Also have a look at this post: Possibilities for reverse engineering an ipa file to its source

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You can try SmartDec decompiler too. The IDA Pro plugin does support Mach-O.

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To get the basic class structure back, you can use classdump.

It generates declarations for the classes, methods, categories and protocols. This is the same information provided by using ‘otool -ov’, but presented as normal Objective-C declarations, so it is much more compact and readable.

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