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Visual-ldd - tool that shows library dependancies in a tree

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Published by Thomas Leonard


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Visual Dependency Walker is a tool that will show you a graphical tree of all the shared libraries that a given ELF binary links to. It can be used to figure out why your program is linked against a certain library, and to check for version conflicts.



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1.22006-05-29Linux-i486Download (64423 bytes)
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