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Runtime Assembly Instrumentation Library Project
Dependable Systems Group
Department of Computer Science
University of Coimbra - Portugal


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You may obtain a copy of the License at Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations under the License. The Original Code is RAIL(Runtime Assembly Instrumentation Library) Alpha Version. The Initial Developer of the Original Code is University of Coimbra , Computer Science Department, Dependable Systems Group.

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  • RAIL V0.5.7 source code (2005-01-19), RAIL V0.5.7 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.6 source code (2004-06-29), RAIL V0.5.6 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.5 source code (2004-06-18), RAIL V0.5.5 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.4 source code (2004-05-31), RAIL V0.5.4 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.3 source code (2004-05-06), RAIL V0.5.3 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.2 source code (2004-05-05), RAIL V0.5.2 Binaries & Compiled HTM Help file
  • RAIL V0.5.1 source code (2004-04-24)
    • Major changes from version 0.3 to 0.5.1 :
      • The assembly reading layer RAIL.FirstLayer was replaced with a slightly modified version of the Mono.PEToolkit library
      • The Mono.PEToolkit library is shipped with Rail (please read about the license in
  • RAIL V0.3 source code (2004-04-05)
  • RAIL V0.2 source code (2004-01-05)
  • RAIL V0.1 source code (2003-11-28)
  • RAIL source code download - Alpha version (2003-11-10)
  • Examples
  • Mozilla Public License

CVS snapshots

If you want access to the latest RAIL source code snapshots, you can use CVS in two ways:

  • Web-based CVS repository viewer
  • CVS snapshot:
    • Login with: cvs login
    • Checkout with: cvs –z3 co rail
      (a directory named “rail” will be created with the sources)

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