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The ERESI debug format library

Libedfmt is the component dedicated for debug formats parsing. This library simplifies the handling of debug formats that has a different organization, requires a different parser, and even contain different information, and provides a uniform representation which contains common and important information. This library opens the door to automatic debug format reconstruction in a unified representation. We currently support conversions from stabs and dwarf2 formats to the ERESI debug format but also store results of our automatic analysis in there for future consultation.

The main features of the ERESI debug format library are :

* Create an uniform format representation for each supported debug format. * Export types in the ERESI engine indicated by debug information. * Annotate global variables of the analyzed program using their type information in the ERESI engine. * Gives function prototypes to Etrace.

This package contains the development files provided by libedfmt (the static library - i.e the .a file - and the libedfmt headers).

Package version:1:0.8a25-3


eresi (1:0.8a25-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/paches/01_fix_gcc4.4.dpatch:
    - Patch from Ubuntu to fix build error by dprintf redefinition.
      (Closes: #552861)
  * debian/control:
    - Added strict dependencies of -dev packages 

 -- Andrés Roldán <>  Thu, 29 Oct 2009 12:50:14 +0000

eresi (1:0.8a25-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/01_implicit-pointer


Debianized-By: Andres Roldan <>
Debianized-Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 22:01:43 COT 
Upstream-Name: The ERESI Team

Files: *
Copyright: Copyright 2007-2008, ERESI Project
License: GPL-2+ | other

License: GPL-2+
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