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Introduction: what is pyelftools?

pyelftools is a pure-Python library for parsing and analyzing ELF files and DWARF debugging information. See the User's guide for more details.

Pre-requisites

As a user of pyelftools, one only needs Python to run. It works with Python versions 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2. For hacking on pyelftools the requirements are a bit more strict, please see the hacking guide.

Installing

When you unzip the source distribution, run:

> python setup.py install


Alternatively, pyelftools can be installed from PyPI (Python package index):

> pip install pyelftools


How to use it?

pyelftools is a regular Python library: you import and invoke it from your own code. For a detailed usage guide and links to examples, please consult the user's guide.

pyelftools is open source software. Its code is in the public domain. See the LICENSE file for more details.

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Commits by Nathan Crosty were pushed to ncrosty/pyelfscripts

49c6944 - example_scripts : Added some new output for ATI Vision a2l compatibilty > Vision requires scaling info. Just added a compu method with no conversion factor ...

Commits by Nathan Crosty were pushed to ncrosty/pyelfscripts

ca5db59 - pyelftools_mod : Modified pyelftools to run in IronPython > There is some discrepancy between Python and IPY with handling bytes and strings > Updated library ...
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