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ELF file parser in Java

Posted on 2003-12-02
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I want a parser in Java for ELF files (shareware preferred). Idea is to parse the ELF format file (created for DSPs) and display the symbols etc. in GUI.
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I had seen the link before putting in the question,  further I am not interested in the parser anymore as we decided to go with coff.
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