02:53imanho: how can I envyas a single instruction? (say, "MOV32I R12, 0xdeadbeef")
02:57imanho: this isn't it:
02:57imanho: ./envyas -m gm107
02:57imanho: MOV32I R12, 0xdeadbeef
02:57imanho: stdin:1.1-1.2: syntax error
04:38imanho: I got it, added a dummy sched, and rewrote it as "mov32i $r12 0xdeadbeef 0xf" (the format envydis emits), which is a bit weird because in nvdisasm dialect this is "MOV32I R12 0xdeadbeef", that trailing 0xf looks odd
04:39imanho: would it be useful to make a short .md intro to envydis/envyas and make a pull request to guide future people?
04:40imirkin: more docs is always better
04:40imirkin: than fewer docs
04:41imirkin: as long as it's not duplicating existing stuff
18:47RSpliet: imanho: are you aware of https://envytools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/envydis/index.html ? Feel free to improve that
18:47RSpliet: no imanho
23:32pabs: imanho: from earlier when you weren't here: <RSpliet> imanho: are you aware of https://envytools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/envydis/index.html ? Feel free to improve that
23:34imanho: thanks pabs: exactly, I was thinking of improving that with maybe a few actual usage examples. Personally usage examples get me going much faster, specially as I couldn't find a single usage of envyas anywhere.
23:34pabs: RSpliet: ^