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This tutorial introduces libelf , a library for reading and writing object code in the Extensible Linking Format ELF file format. While written for the libelf implementation that is part of the Elftoolchain open-source project, this tutorial is expected to be compatible with other libelf implementations, such as that offered by the GNU project. This tutorial is part of the Leanpub for Causes program; the royalties from its purchases go to an organisation that is developing a liberally licensed open source operating system. The 'source' for this tutorial is itself published under a liberal license; please see the Elftoolchain project's site. If you would like to see any other ELF related topics covered in a future version of the tutorial, or if you have suggestions for improving it, then please do post at the Leanpub forum for the book. I have spent much of my professional life working on kernels, systems software, performance analysis and tackling problems of scale.
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Daniel Wilkerson Thu, 24 Jul Skip to site navigation Press enter. Here I elaborate on my point in calling libelf and libdwarf the APIs to nowhere using a detailed example. So here is an example of what I am talking about.