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An instance of this class represents a loaded dll/shared
library, exporting functions using the standard C calling
convention (named 'cdecl' on Windows).

The exported functions can be accessed as attributes, or by
indexing with the function name.  Examples:

<obj>.qsort -> callable object
<obj>['qsort'] -> callable object
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src/s/e/segvault-HEAD/fusil/ptrace/ptrace/binding/func.py   segvault(Download)
    HAS_CPTRACE = False
    from ctypes import c_long, c_ulong
    from ptrace.ctypes_libc import libc
 
    # Load ptrace() function from the system C library

src/p/y/python-ptrace-0.7/ptrace/binding/func.py   python-ptrace(Download)
    HAS_CPTRACE = False
    from ctypes import c_long, c_ulong
    from ptrace.ctypes_libc import libc
 
    # Load ptrace() function from the system C library

src/s/s/sslsnoop-0.11/sslsnoop/openssl.py   sslsnoop(Download)
 
from ctypes import * # TODO delete
from ptrace.ctypes_libc import libc
from haystack.abouchet import StructFinder
from haystack.memory_mapper import MemoryMapper

src/s/s/sslsnoop-HEAD/sslsnoop/openssl.py   sslsnoop(Download)
 
from ctypes import * # TODO delete
from ptrace.ctypes_libc import libc
from haystack.abouchet import StructFinder
from haystack.memory_mapper import MemoryMapper

src/s/s/sslsnoop-0.11/sslsnoop/test.py   sslsnoop(Download)
from ptrace.debugger.memory_mapping import readProcessMappings
from ctypes import *
from ptrace.ctypes_libc import libc