Testing tool for shared object libraries
'diapergluforth' lets you access functions in shared object libraries without having to recompile against the library's header files. It also tracks buffer allocations and automatically frees them when you exit, so you can check for memory leaks immediately after calling a function. In addition, diaperglu traps various error conditions such as attempts to access memory that the process doesn't own, and reporting an error on it's error stack instead of just exiting.
released on 18 July 2013
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