contract decompiler

IVI3T4LIVI3T4L Member Posts: 10
Is there a decompiler for contract code available yet? If not is anyone currently developing one?


  • JasperJasper Eindhoven, the NetherlandsMember Posts: 514 ✭✭✭
    Seconded.. Or even a database of known scripts, so you can immediately look at the code as it was actually written, talk to the developper, see documentation. Also, looking at lists of scripts would be much faster, it would largely just identify standard scripts.

    Think the reference implementation could be nicer and use tabs, allow you to more easily tag and follow addresses aswel.(Shut up Jasper, code some shit.)
  • mids106mids106 Member Posts: 188 ✭✭✭
    There is no known decompiler yet. Be the first to build one!
  • cybertreibercybertreiber Vienna, AustriaMember Posts: 29 ✭✭
    Just a weird idea. Maybe the compiler(s) can sign the code output and embed it's signature in the assembly. This link would help jumpstart a code review site and rookies to make sense more quickly. Additionally, if the compiler version is somehow included it would allow checking whether the code is genuine. This could also facilitate the process to agree on a code update from a DAO, be it you need consensus amongst stakeholders to do that.
    Pardon me if I miss out on technical details here though.
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