No compromises I/O

    Dec. 26, 2022, 10:22 a.m. by auri

    "Mr. h33p, what kind of substance are you on? All I want is 2 simple read/write functions!", said everyone in the room. Well, if you just let me get into the weeds, I'll tell you why that's not enough, and why we can do much, much better.

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    Reinventing memflow-cli

    Jan. 28, 2022, 10:55 p.m. by auri

    Today I went for a casual walk around campus and for the next 2 hours started to think about memflow's CLI/daemon. We're essentially rewriting it for 0.2 with a much more flexible design. The question is how exactly the architecture is going to look like. Join me for some thoughts regarding that.

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    CGlue Update - Greatness Is Near!

    May 27, 2021, 11:51 p.m. by auri

    A few days ago I introduced a seamless ABI safety solution, and there has been rapid progress on it. It's very close to being feature complete, but there are some final important kinks that need working out.

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    Grand Plan for ABI Safety

    May 24, 2021, 9:31 a.m. by auri

    Rust does not have ABI safety by default. Meaning, any Rust (non extern "C") code that is called on your dynamically loaded libraries relies on an explicitly unstable ABI. It will work fine if the library is compiled with the same compiler version, but could break if they differ the slightest bit. But wait, it's 2021, how is it still an unsolved problem?

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    Supporting Multiple Architectures

    Aug. 19, 2020, 10:28 a.m. by auri

    As an application, or a library develops, chances are you will start to think about adding support for different usecases. This blog delves into how I would approach that by example, implementing support for more architectures in memflow memory introspection toolkit.

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