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Old 08-13-2004, 04:35 AM   #1
jingle_mj
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help shared library


i all
i have a damn question.

i have a shared linked library(*.so) now.
i want to know the information of interface and interface's paramters in this library.

i use objdump -dx to get the interface information.
but, how can i get the information of interface's paramiters.


n our project ,every library has implemented a function.
these libraries are developed by third-part-company.
and now ,i must develop a new function,so i have developed a new library.
the question is i have to develop a new library following the rules of exiting library.
unfortunately, we have no any detail and support about the exiting library.

so, the only thing i can do is trying some tools or command to crack the exiting library.

i must get the parameter's information of method in the library.
and know how these method are called.
it's a disaster.
but i have to do.
so......
 
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