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Shivanshu Thapliyal

How to read *.tbc file

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Hello,


it is compiled code, it's a text format but we cannot read


purpose of tbc is to hide source code of some authors


But in some case we can dump it back, for example if the codes were written in body of namespace or the codes is a part of a class (object-orient)


otherwise just the guys wrote tbcload and procomp know how to read tbc


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Hello


as i know there is no available tool to convert tbc file to tcl file


above guide just help you to be able to know what the tbc file do by dumping its detail actions


 


to dump a procedure explicitly,  open command window and type in:


dump procname


 


if the procedure was pre-compiled, then nothing resulted


it (procedure) can be dumped if it is inside a namespace, an object or nested in a command (generated from a command)


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I am sorry because I don't know such a software.

But I can debug it to know how it acts. Because it will invoke other tcl commands, by tracing them we may know what's happening.

unfortunately, this is a terrible work, with tons of output need to be parsed

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Hi Tĩnh.

 

I am sorry for making wrong explanation. I would like to know how to compile my tcl code to *.tbc in case I wanna protect my program.

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