There is a basic support of virtual tables parsing (RTTI and others). The most important thing before you start do perform such kind of analysis is to check if anal.cpp.abi option is set correctly, and change if needed.

All commands to work with virtual tables are located in the av namespace. Currently the support is very basic, allowing you only to inspect parsed tables.

|Usage: av[?jr*] C++ vtables and RTTI
| av           search for vtables in data sections and show results
| avj          like av, but as json
| av*          like av, but as r2 commands
| avr[j@addr]  try to parse RTTI at vtable addr (see anal.cpp.abi)
| avra[j]      search for vtables and try to parse RTTI at each of them

The main commands here are av and avr. av lists all virtual tables found when r2 opened the file. If you are not happy with the result you may want to try to parse virtual table at particular address with avr command. avra performs the search and parsing of all virtual tables in the binary, like r2 does during the file opening.

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