IDA Migrator plugin aids migrating function names, structures and enums from one database instance to another.
This comes in handy when:
IDA Migrator plugin developed using PyQt, hence should work on all platforms.
Download links can be found here.
Copy the files under the
source directory and put them under your IDA installation
Start your current IDA instance you want to migrate from and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+D to show the plugin's UI. Alternative; open it through the
Edit -> Plugins -> IDA Migrator menu:
Export button will show all functions of the current database instance:
Hint: You can uncheck any functions you want to exclude from exporting.
Once you click the
Start Export button, it will ask you where would you like to export the files; One is the
*symbols*.json storing addresses and function names and the other is
*types*.idc having all the structures and enums information:
In the new idb instance, open the plugin again and click on the
Import button, which will then ask you to provide the
Same procedure from here, just that once you click the
Start Import button, it will ask you if you would like to import structures and enums as well from the exported
*types*.idc file, that's optional for you to choose.
Note that it will only rename functions that does not have the same name and will output what functions has been affected in IDA's console:
Pull-Requests are greatly appreciated should you like to contribute to the project.
Same goes for opening issues; if you have any suggestions, feedback or you found any bugs, please do not hesitate to open an issue.
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.