PeLib   An open-source C++ library to modify PE files.
What is PeLib?
PeLib is an open source C++ library with the purpose to ease the access and modification of PE (Portable executable) files. This is done through a multitude of classes which represent all important PE header and directory structures and which provide the necessary functions to read, modify and write these structures. As this library is fully ISO C++ compliant it should compile with all popular compilers for the Windows platform. For people who don't use C++ in their projects a dynamic link library is provided which encapsulates all of PeLib's functionality so that projects using programming languages as diverse as Win32 assembler, C# or Delphi can still benefit from PeLib's power.

February 9, 2005: PeLib 0.09 alpha
The focus for this release was primarily on bugfixes and harmonizing the public interface of the individual classes. View the changelog here.
The documentation has not yet been updated. This will be the major work on PeLib for the next few weeks.
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PeLib software copyright 2004 - 2005 by Sebastian Porst