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Python bindings for

Installation is available for Python 3.7+ via pip:

$ pip install procmaps


import procmaps

# also: from_path, from_str
maps = procmaps.from_pid(9001)
for map_ in maps:
    # `in` can be used to check address inclusion
    if 0xfeedface in map_:
        print("this map contains some address!")

    # see dict(map_) for all attributes
    print(f"{map_.begin_address}: {map_.pathname}")

Development uses PyO3 for binding Rust to Python. It uses Maturin to coerce the Rust build into a pip and PyPI-compatible wheel.

Assuming that you have Rust and a relatively recent Python 3 installed, the following should just work:

$ make develop
$ source env/bin/activate

A local build of will be created and installed in your virtual environment.

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