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NAME

ctfmerge – merge several CTF data sections into one

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


ctfmerge [-fgstv] -l label -L labelenv -o outfile file ...
ctfmerge [-fgstv] -l label -L labelenv -o outfile -d uniqfile [-g] [-D uniqlabel] file ...
ctfmerge [-fgstv] -l label -L labelenv -o outfile -w withfile file ...
ctfmerge [-g] -c srcfile destfile

DESCRIPTION

The ctfmerge utility merges several CTF data sections from several files into one output file, unifying common data.

The following options are available:
-f
  Match global symbols to global CTF data.
-g
  Don't delete the original debugging sections.
-s
  Use the .dynsym ELF section instead of the .symtab ELF section.
-t
  Make sure that all object files have a CTF section.
-v
  Enable verbose mode.
-l label
  Sets the label as label.
-L labelenv
  Instructs ctfmerge to read the label from the environment variable labelenv.
-o outfile
  Use outfile to store the merged CTF data.
-d uniqfile
  Uniquify against uniqfile.
-d uniqlabel
  Uniquify against label uniqlabel
-w withfile
  Additive merge with withfile.
-c srcfile destfile
  Copy CTF data from srcfile into destfile.

EXIT STATUS

The utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

SEE ALSO

ctfconvert(1), ctfdump(1)

HISTORY

The ctfmerge utility first appeared in FreeBSD 7.0 .

AUTHORS

The CTF utilities came from OpenSolaris.

CTFMERGE (1) July 7, 2010

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