pdb2structs.py accepts a .pdb file (Windows debugging information) and a list of structure fields, and outputs an Emmett file that defines requested structures and fields within the structures. A user can request all fields in a structure, or select just a handful of them. The generated file will use the proper offsets to make an Emmett sparse structure. The Windows 7 preload uses the output of pdb2structs.py to navigate structures in a Windows 7 guest and expose certain information.
* Using VMware's naming in publicity is not okay *without* permission. Presumably, with permission it would be fine. * Fix mismatched quotes. This matches the 3-clause BSD license (as published at http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause), except that it refers to "AUTHOR" instead of "COPYRIGHT HOLDER".
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comment, etc. -- Did not check functionality of the scripts (not yet, at least).
add bin to your path.