How to use frida-compile - 4 common examples

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few frida-compile examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

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github chaitin / passionfruit / scripts / lib / compile.js View on Github external
      .all(tasks.map(task => compiler.build(task.src, task.dest, opt)))
      .catch(err => console.error(err))
github chaitin / passionfruit / scripts / compile.js View on Github external
    .all(tasks.map(task => compiler.build(task.src, `${task.dest}.bin`, opt)))
    .catch(err => console.error(err))
github chaitin / passionfruit / scripts / compile.js View on Github external
  tasks.forEach(task => compiler.watch(task.src, `${task.dest}.js`, opt)
    .on('compile', (details) => {
      const count = details.files.length
      const { duration } = details
      console.log(`compiled ${count} file(s) in ${duration} ms`)
    }))
} else {
github chaitin / passionfruit / scripts / lib / compile.js View on Github external
    tasks.forEach(task => compiler.watch(task.src, task.dest, opt)
      .on('compile', (details) => {
        const count = details.files.length
        const { duration } = details
        console.log(TAG_FRIDA, `compiled ${count} file(s) in ${duration} ms`)
      }))
  } else {

frida-compile

Compile a Frida script comprised of one or more Node.js modules

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Latest version published 6 months ago

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