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#1040 Probably a P-Code reading bug
Author: developer honfika
Date created:
Type: bug
Visibility: Everybody
Assigned to:
Labels: AS1/2P-code
State: closed Help

> What steps will reproduce the problem? Open external_call_SWF_prtector.swf Navigate to scripts/UIObject Without deobfuscation the pcode list contains 12389 lines. After deobfuscation the result is only 8 lines, which is decompiled almost correctly to: Object.registerClass("UIObject",§mx.core.UIObject§); <= here the problem is the § But the main problem of this issue that I can't belive that only this 8 line is needed. (Obfuscacor overhead is 154762%, that can't be true) The deobfuscation seems to be OK, I think the original P-Code list is wrong. When deobfuscation is turned off, I can see a lot of code (in an "if (false)" branch) > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? Latest nightly
user
this problem happened to me on 5.0.0 but in the latest it was fixed, but for some reasson latest nightly does this. I have also a problem wich instead of pushshort number (like in .fla and original) it reads pushbyte number, wich sometimes glitches everything, and since I have a 100.000+ lines script I can't fix it that easily.
developer
I'm working on the AS1/2 things currently, this is why the current latest is not (the same as the) stable (and sometimes slower). When I finish it, it will be at least as good as 6.0.2, and probably much faster. Please do not use the current nightly with AS2 files. (AS3 should be the same)
user
Oops! I meant latest version, 6.0.2 :p Sorry. There is a P-Code reading bug wich will read pushints always as pushbytes for some reasson...
user
Yeah. I have noticed that too. pushbytes instead of pushints.
admin
Please create separate issue about the pushbyte problem in AS3 and attach sample SWF file. I can't reproduce it with my sample testdata. This issue is about AS2.
developer
My AS2 issue is fixed, so I close my own issue :) Realmaster42, Capasha: please create separate issues if the problem still exists with your AS3 file. I'll also create issue for the § problem (with adding more examples)
State: new→closed