Download REC Reverse Engineering Compiler
How To Use
Last update: October 20, 2012
Read the License for important information regarding the use of Rec Studio.
Rec Studio 4 Downloads
Note: The command line versions (CLI) implement only the following usage:
RecCLI binary_file /absolute/path/to/output.c
These files include the executable, required run-time libraries, support files
such as type definitions files for many Windows and Linux APIs etc.
Refer to the how to use page for instructions on using the decompiler.
November 20, 2012 - Fixed definition of entry points in signature files. Recognition of PlayStation 1 binary files, and addition of PS1 system call signature files. Improved support for some MIPS instructions.
Rec Studio 2 DownloadsThe old Rec Studio 2 is still available for download at the following links.
You can also download just the prototype files.
These files contain the types and function declarations for several system calls. When a prototype file is specified in the types: command of a .cmd file, or in the proto.lst file, REC will read the symbolic information from that file and use it to infer the number and type of local variables and function parameters.
Due to copyright restrictions, the Windows prototype files are only available in binary form.
The MIPS disassembler source is also available.
From version 2.1, RecStudio uses the disassembler included in the Netwide Assembler
package (version 0.98.39). The project to build the ia32 disassembler as a DLL
is available here. No other portions of NASM are
used in RecStudio. The Netwide Assembler can be downloaded from
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Last updated: October 20, 2011