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libelf provides routines to access and manipulate ELF object files. It is still not complete, but is required for a number of programs, such as Eli (a state of the art compiler generation system), and Elk (the Extension Language Kit - an implementation of the Scheme programming language.) This shared library may be needed by pre-packaged programs. To compile programs with this library, you will need to install the libelfg0-dev package as well.
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