CTFMERGE(1) BSD General Commands Manual CTFMERGE(1)NAMEctfmerge — merge several CTF data sections into one
SYNOPSISctfmerge [-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
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.
Sets the label as label.
Instructs ctfmerge to read the label from the environment vari‐
Use outfile to store the merged CTF data.
Uniquify against uniqfile.
Uniquify against label uniqlabel
Additive merge with withfile.
-c srcfile destfile
Copy CTF data from srcfile into destfile.
The ctfmerge utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
SEE ALSOctfconvert(1), ctfdump(1)HISTORY
The ctfmerge utility first appeared in FreeBSD 7.0.
The CTF utilities came from OpenSolaris.
BSD July 7, 2010 BSD