Extract function names from Windows DLLs.

Latest on Hackage:0.4.0

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BSD3 licensed
Maintained by Stephen Tetley

Hurdle - (H)askell (U)tilty (R)egarding (DL)l (E)xports.

Extract function names from Windows DLLs a-la pexports.

Hurdle has minimal dependencies: base, containers, and kangaroo (kangaroo just needs base and array).

Currently Hurdle also has minimal utility - please consider pexports instead as Hurdle doesn't yet print ordinals and fails on DLLs generated by Visual C++ (which puts function symbols in the .rdata section - gcc uses the .edata section).

Hurdle was a Sunday afternoon hack that has taken a good while longer...


  1. 3.0 to 0.4.0

  • Changed to use kangaroo-0.4.0

  1. 2.0 to 0.3.0

  • Changes to use kangaroo-0.2.0

  1. 1.0 to 0.2.0

  • Changed to use kangaroo binary parser combinators.

  • Added error message reporting parser failure when .edata section is not found.

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Used by 1 package:
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