rasm2 can be used from the command-line to quickly copy-paste hexpairs that represent a given machine instruction.

$ rasm2 -a x86 -b 32 'mov eax, 33'

$ echo 'push eax;nop;nop' | rasm2 -f -

Rasm2 is used by radare2 core to write bytes using wa command.

The assembler understands the following input languages and their flavors: x86 (Intel and AT&T variants), olly (OllyDBG syntax), powerpc (PowerPC), arm and java. For Intel syntax, rasm2 tries to mimic NASM or GAS.

There are several examples in the rasm2 source code directory. Consult them to understand how you can assemble a raw binary file from a rasm2 description.

$ cat selfstop.rasm
; Self-Stop shellcode written in rasm for x86
; --pancake

.arch x86
.equ base 0x8048000
.org 0x8048000  ; the offset where we inject the 5 byte jmp

  push 0x8048000
  mov eax, 20
  int 0x80

  mov ebx, eax 
  mov ecx, 19
  mov eax, 37
  int 0x80
; The call injection


[0x00000000]> e asm.bits = 32
[0x00000000]> wx `!rasm2 -f a.rasm`
[0x00000000]> pd 20
       0x00000000    6800800408   push 0x8048000 ;  0x08048000 
       0x00000005    60           pushad
       0x00000006    b814000000   mov eax, 0x14 ;  0x00000014 
       0x0000000b    cd80         int 0x80
       0x0000000d    89c3         mov ebx, eax
       0x0000000f    b913000000   mov ecx, 0x13 ;  0x00000013 
       0x00000014    b825000000   mov eax, 0x25 ;  0x00000025 
       0x00000019    cd80         int 0x80
       0x0000001b    61           popad
       0x0000001c    c3           ret
       0x0000001d    c3           ret

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