Cycript Tricks

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Printing Ivars

Often just typing *varName works:

cy# *controller
{isa:"PrefsRootController",_contentView:"<UIView: 0x10bd70; frame = (0 0; 320 460); autoresize = W+H; layer = <CALayer: 0x150120>>",_navBar:...
cy#

Sometimes it does not...

cy# *UIApp
{message:"hasProperty callback returned true for a property that doesn't exist.",name:"ReferenceError"}

then you can do:

cy# [i for (i in *UIApp)]
["isa","_delegate","_touchMap","_exclusiveTouchWindows","_event",...


You may use this function to get as much ivar values as possible:

function tryPrintIvars(a){ var x={}; for(i in *a){ try{ x[i] = (*a)[i]; } catch(e){} } return x; }

To use:

cy# *a
{message:"hasProperty callback returned true for a property that doesn't exist.",name:"ReferenceError"}
cy# tryPrintIvars(a)
{isa:"SBWaveView",_layer:"<CALayer: 0x2a5160>",_tapInfo:null,_gestureInfo:null,_gestureRecognizers:...


Printing Methods

Function to get the methods:

function printMethods(className) {
  var count = new new Type("I");
  var methods = class_copyMethodList(objc_getClass(className), count);
  var methodsArray = [];
  for(var i = 0; i < *count; i++) {
    var method = methods[i];
    methodsArray.push({selector:method_getName(method), implementation:method_getImplementation(method)});
  }
  free(methods);
  free(count);
  return methodsArray;
}

Usage:

cy# printMethods("MailboxPrefsTableCell")
[{selector:@selector(layoutSubviews),implementation:0x302bf2e9},{selector:@selector(setCurrentMailbox:),implementation:0x302bee0d},...
cy#

Getting Objective-C Objects from Addresses

Use new Instance(0xdeadbabe).

cy# var p = new Instance(0x8614390)
cy# p
["<SKPaymentTransaction: 0x8613d80>"]