panopticon - A libre cross-platform disassembler.

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If you simply want to use Panopticon follow the install instructions on the website.Panopticon builds with Rust stable. The only dependencies aside from a working Rust stable toolchain and Cargo you need is Qt 5.5 or higher.



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