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1. To install pure Python binding on *nix, run the command below:

$ sudo make install

To install Python3 binding package, run the command below:
(Note: this requires python3 installed in your machine)

$ sudo make install3

2. For better Python performance, install cython-based binding with:

$ sudo make install_cython

Note that this requires cython installed in your machine first.
To install cython, see section 3 below.

3. To install cython, you have to ensure that the header files
and the static library for Python are installed beforehand.

E.g. on Ubuntu, do:

$ sudo apt-get install python-dev

Depending on if you already have pip or easy_install
installed, install cython with either:

$ sudo pip install cython
$ sudo easy_install cython

NOTE: Depending on your distribution you might also be able to
install the required cython version using your repository.

E.g. on Ubuntu, do:

$ sudo apt-get install cython

However, our cython-based binding requires cython version 0.19 or newer,
but sometimes distributions only provide older version. Make sure to
verify the current installed version before going into section 2 above.

E.g, on Ubuntu, you can verify the current cython version with:

$ apt-cache policy cython

Which should at least print version 0.19

This directory contains some test code to show how to use Capstone API.

This code shows the most simple form of API where we only want to get basic
information out of disassembled instruction, such as address, mnemonic and
operand string.

Similarly to, but this code shows how to use disasm_lite(), a lighter
method to disassemble binary. Unlike disasm() API (used by, which returns
CsInsn objects, this API just returns tuples of (address, size, mnemonic, op_str).

The main reason for using this API is better performance: disasm_lite() is at least
20% faster than disasm(). Memory usage is also less. So if you just need basic
information out of disassembler, use disasm_lite() instead of disasm().

This code shows how to access to architecture-neutral information in disassembled
instructions, such as implicit registers read/written, or groups of instructions
that this instruction belong to.

- test_<arch>.py
These code show how to access architecture-specific information for each

2. To install Python binding on Windows:

Recommended method:

Use the Python module installer for 32/64 bit Windows from:

Manual method:

If the module installer fails to locate your Python install, or if you have
additional Python installs (e.g. Anaconda / virtualenv), run the following
command in command prompt:

C:\> C:\location_to_python\python.exe install

Next, copy capstone.dll from the 'Core engine for Windows' package available
on the same Capstone download page and paste it in the path:

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