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Hotpatch is a library that can be used to dynamically load a shared library (.so) file on Linux from one process into another already running process without affecting the execution of the target process. The API is a C API, but also supported in C++. The user can load his/her own .so file into an already running process, invoke a custom symbol/function in that .so file, and pass arguments to that function as long as it is serialized to the form of a byte buffer and length of the buffer.

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  •  30 Oct 2011 20:39

    Release Notes: 32-bit Linux compatibility has been implemented successfully.

    •  09 Oct 2011 17:51

      Release Notes: First release for 64-bit Linux.


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