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A C++ lightweight modular general-purpose library for low-level interfacing with system APIs in a cross-platform way. It supports simplified file reading and writing with binary support, ELF file parsing, memory features like writing and reading from process memory, keyboard input support, colored shell output and networking with TCP and UDP support.
Balzebub is divided in many distinct modules providing different features:
bzbutil: Main module providing system and compiler detection and system exceptions.
bzbstring: Simple header-only module exposing common string manipulation functions, including a Base64 encoder and decoder.
bzbio: Header-only module which provides easy terminal output including colored output and other minor features.
bzbfile: File reading and writing using strings or data buffers in binary. Supports other file operations such as checking a file's existence or listing a folder's files. There are also an ELF file parser and an INI file parser.
bzbshell: Module which provides shell-related facilities like executing commands or setting the current working directory.
bzbterm: Module exposing functions and structures to enhance terminal usage using escape codes.
bzbcrypto: Work-in-progress module providing cryptographic functions including SHA hashing and secure random numbers. (needs libgcrypt and libgpg-error to function, define BZBCRYPTO_UNSTABLE to enable support).
bzbtime: Small module providing date handling structures.
bzbnet: Work-in-progress module providing socket connections trough TCP and UDP and an HTTP parser. TLS connections are being implemented by using GnuTLS.
bzbmem: Module providing access and manipulation to virtual memory, with utility functions to handle PIDs.
bzbinput: System-specific module exposing functions to handle console input.
You may use specific modules by compiling their specific source file(e.g. bzbcrypto.cpp to use bzbcrypto). Modules have dependencies which are listed in their source file in src/, although most modules rely only on bzbutil.
You need to link libgcrypt and libpgp-error to fully use bzbcrypto. You need to link GnuTLS to use TLS connections in bzbnet (by default its disabled)
On Windows you need to link against WinSock 2 if you want to use bzbnet functionalities. You can simply add
to the compiler's arguments (for example in the Makefile in the CXXFLAGS).
Run configure.sh if you're on Linux:
Create a folder named bin/ if you're on Windows:
Now you are ready to compile the library!
Build all at once:
Build the shared library:
Build the example program:
Build the example program for 32-bit systems:
Build the tool programs:
Build the test programs:
Run all tests:
Install the library, the tools and the headers:
make install The files will be installed to the /usr/local/bin/ and /usr/local/lib/ folders.
After this, you can test if the library is correctly installed by running the program:
On Windows, having MinGW or MinGW-w64 should be enough to use the same commands.
You may define BZB_SLIM to disable the ELF and INI parsers and terminal animations (it needs functionality from bzbmem which you may not want to compile).
You may define BZBCRYPTO_UNSTABLE to use TLS functionalities in bzbnet and cryptographic functions in bzbcrypto which are still unstable.