Python bindings for libi8x
Infinity is a platform-independent system for executables and shared libraries to expose functionality to debug, monitoring, and analysis tooling.
In Infinity, executable and shared library files contain Infinity notes in addition to their regular contents. Each Infinity note contains a function encoded in a platform-independent instruction set that note-consuming tools can load and execute.
libi8x is a C library that allows programs to access and execute Infinity functions. This package provides Python bindings for the libi8x C library.
You must have the libi8x C library installed on your system to build and use this package. Please see libi8x’s README for details.
The easiest way to install libi8x-python is to use pip:
pip install -U --user libi8x-python
sudo pip install -U libi8x-python
If you don’t have pip please refer to installing pip. Hint: try one of these commands:
sudo apt-get install python-pip sudo yum install python-pip
The latest development versions of libi8x and libi8x-python are available from GitLab.
libi8x-python requires Python 2.7 or newer.
libi8x is licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Right now there’s no documentation for libi8x aside from this file. This is being worked on!