Program bpf2go embeds eBPF in Go.

    It compiles a C source file into eBPF bytecode and then emits a Go file containing the eBPF. The goal is to avoid loading the eBPF from disk at runtime and to minimise the amount of manual work required to interact with eBPF programs. It takes inspiration from `bpftool gen skeleton`.

    Invoke the program using go generate:

    //go:generate go run foo path/to/src.c -- -I/path/to/include

    This will emit foo_bpfel.go and foo_bpfeb.go, with types using `foo` as a stem. The two files contain compiled BPF for little and big endian systems, respectively.

    You can use environment variables to affect all bpf2go invocations across a project, e.g. to set specific C flags:

    //go:generate go run -cflags "$BPF_CFLAGS" foo path/to/src.c

    By exporting $BPF_CFLAGS from your build system you can then control all builds from a single location.

    Requires at least clang 9.

    For a full list of accepted options check the `-help` output. There is a fully working example at