Library Inspector For Mac Publisher's description
from Orion Transfer Ltd
Library Inspector is a simple tool for inspecting the contents of compiled...
Library Inspector is a simple tool for inspecting the contents of compiled object code, archives, dynamic libraries (dylib), frameworks and applications. There are two main components, the Library Inspector application, and the Library Inspector Quick Look plugin.
Libraries are collections of symbols. A symbol represents a piece of code or data. Symbols are either global or local.
When a library is loaded into a process, global symbols are made available to other parts of the code in the same process. Code that dynamically depends on external undefined symbols, must load libraries which provide definitions so that the program can execute correctly.
When comping code, sometimes you can have errors because symbols are undefined at compile time. Library Inspector can help reduce the complexity of tracking down missing symbols by allowing you to quickly evaluate what symbols are missing and where they are located.
The main features provided by Library Inspector include:
* Quickly display local and exported symbols using colors to visually represent the type of symbol.
* Flexible filtering search for symbol name and type.
* Library-specific icons generated using Quick Look including the architectures included in the library.
What's New in This Release:- Disassemble code for quick debugging.
- Dump Objective-C code to headers.
- Minor compatibility enhancements.
System Requirements:Mac OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall