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A Library Symbol Dump tool

, 17 Jan 2000
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A tool to display the contents of a library file
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    LibDump is a Win32 utility tool similar to Microsoft's DumpBin utility except that it can be used to display the contents of library files instead of portable executables and COFF (Common Object File Format) .OBJ files. LibDump is a tool originally appeared in the Microsoft Systems Journal (MSJ) April 1998 "Under the Hood" column by Matt Pietrek ( This is an enhanced version which include features such as scanning a particular library symbol across multiple .LIB files and several other miscellaneous enhancements as mentioned in the concluding section of the article.

    System Requirements:

    Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0 (and above), Windows NT 4.0/9x (using the latest service packs is highly recommended).

    Running the application:

    Extract it to a <\temp> folder and then run.


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    George Poulose

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