.apzis now used for workspaces to distinguish them from normal
C++ virtual member functions can now be resolved automatically by the iterative decoding. Using DWARF debug information, the value analysis keeps track of potential class types to allow the decoder to determine the called virtual member functions.
Currently supported architectures are: ARM (thumb, arm, aarch64), PowerPC, RISC-V, SPARC, V850, and TriCore.
The Disassembly view has been completely revamped.
For the analysis overview under Home → Overview, you can now configure what columns it should display. This is done by right-clicking on the table header and selecting “Edit columns…” from the context menu.
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