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The WASMonkey patches a WASM object file to replace a set of exported functions with imported functions from another library.
USAGE: wasmonkey [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] --input <input_file> --output <output_file> FLAGS: -n, --original-names Use the original name as a key in the builtins map -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: -B, --builtins-additional <builtins_additional>... Additional builtins function names to replace -b, --builtins <builtins_file> Path to the builtins library -m, --builtins-map <builtins_map_file> Path to the builtins map file -i, --input <input_file> Path to the input file -o, --output <output_file> Path to the output file
builtins_file is an object containing alternative implementations to
funcitons called in the wasm code.
Symbols starting with a
builtin_ prefix will be used for substitution.
For example, a
memmove() function defined as an external in the WASM
object will be replaced by calls to an imported
builtin_memmove() is present in the builtins file.
A JSON-encoded map of the performed substitutions can be optionally written