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In this context, "method hooking" refers to a technique used to replace or modify methods of classes found in other applications on the phone.
 
In this context, "method hooking" refers to a technique used to replace or modify methods of classes found in other applications on the phone.
  
== How to get Logos ==
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== Getting Logos ==
  
 
Logos is distributed with [[Theos]], and you can use Logos' syntax in any Theos-built project without any extra setup.  For more information about Theos, visit [[Theos|its page]].
 
Logos is distributed with [[Theos]], and you can use Logos' syntax in any Theos-built project without any extra setup.  For more information about Theos, visit [[Theos|its page]].
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== Using Logos ==
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=== Examples ===
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Write me!
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=== List of Logos Directives ===
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Write me!

Revision as of 06:47, 23 July 2011

Logos is a component of the Theos development suite that allows method hooking code to be written easily and clearly, using a set of special preprocessor directives.

Overview

The syntax provided by Logos greatly simplifies the development of MobileSubstrate extensions ("tweaks") which can hook other methods throughout the OS. In this context, "method hooking" refers to a technique used to replace or modify methods of classes found in other applications on the phone.

Getting Logos

Logos is distributed with Theos, and you can use Logos' syntax in any Theos-built project without any extra setup. For more information about Theos, visit its page.

Using Logos

Examples

Write me!

List of Logos Directives

Write me!