The libabigail package comprises six command line utilities: abidiff,
abipkgdiff, abicompat, abidw, abilint and fedabipkgdiff. The abidiff
command line tool compares the ABI of two ELF shared libraries and
emits meaningful textual reports about changes impacting exported
functions, variables and their types. abipkgdiff compares the ABIs of
ELF binaries contained in two packages. abicompat checks if a
subsequent version of a shared library is still compatible with an
application that is linked against it. abidw emits an XML
representation of the ABI of a given ELF shared library. abilint
checks that a given XML representation of the ABI of a shared library
is correct. fedabipkgdiff interacts with the Fedora Build System over
the internet to let the user compare the ABI of Fedora packages
without having to download them manually.
Install libabigail if you need to compare the ABI of ELF shared
abicompat check ABI compatibility abicompat checks that an application that links against a given shared library is still ABI compatible with a subsequent version of that... abidiff compare ABIs of ELF files abidiff compares the Application Binary Interfaces (ABI) of two shared libraries in ELF format. It emits a meaningful report... abidw serialize the ABI of an ELF file abidw reads a shared library in ELF format and emits an XML representation of its ABI to standard output. The emitted... abilint validate an abigail ABI representation abilint parses the native XML representation of an ABI as emitted by abidw. Once it has parsed the XML representation of... abipkgdiff compare ABIs of ELF files in software packages abipkgdiff compares the Application Binary Interfaces (ABI) of the ELF binaries contained in two software... libabigail ABIGAIL stands for the Application Binary Interface Generic Analysis and Instrumentation Library. It's a framework which aims at helping developers and software...