Sharedobject Decompiling/Disassembling Request

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    Assassin Valkyrie is offline
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    Sharedobject Decompiling/Disassembling Request

    Sharedobject Decompiling/Disassembling Request
    Hi guys,
    I'm kind of new here so I'll try and explain best I can.

    I'm currently looking at a library file called in a server of mine that defines skills usable and recognizable by the game.

    It has a .so extension, and so far I've only pulled up that it is a Shared Object file, meaning it may have various coding languages.

    Is there any way to even get a basic view of what's inside?




    Thanks in advance for all answers.


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    Libre Software Developer PyroSamurai is offline
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    Re: Sharedobject Decompiling/Disassembling Request

    It is no different than a dll. Most .so files are actually .elf files which if you have IDA/Hex-rays you can disassemble. Just check with a hex editor what file signature it has at the beginning of the file and you will know what it is.
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    Assassin Valkyrie is offline
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    Re: Sharedobject Decompiling/Disassembling Request

    Thanks for the swift response. Love it!



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