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    Default Open .dylib files in windows?
    Is there a windows program that will open and edit/create .dylib files?

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    What about Mac. How can you open .dylib file on Mac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s0ulp1xel View Post
    What about Mac. How can you open .dylib file on Mac.
    Why do you want to?!
    All you'll see is a bunch of random binary data.
    There's very little there that you'll be able to edit much less understand unless you're a developer.
    Even for a dev, picking apart other peoples object code gets skeery in a hurry.

    What are you trying to do?
    Last edited by raduga; 11-11-2011 at 05:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raduga View Post
    Why do you want to?!
    All you'll see is a bunch of random binary data.
    There's very little there that you'll be able to edit much less understand unless you're a developer.
    Even for a dev, picking apart other peoples object code gets skeery in a hurry.

    What are you trying to do?
    I want to make a tweak for Cydia.
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    How do you think opening a dylib will help with that?
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    Even for a dev, picking apart other peoples object code gets skeery in a hurry.

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