|copydeps||[Options] EXECUTABLE [TARGET-DIR]|
copydeps is a small program that can be used to find and copy all .so / .dll files needed by a program to run. This can be useful when you want to bundle an application together will all its dependencies.
EXECUTABLE can be one of the following supported formats:
· 32-bit ELF
· 64-bit ELF
· i386 Microsoft Windows executable
· x86_64 Microsoft Windows executable
TARGET-DIR specifies the directory to copy the .so / .dll files to. When omitted, defaults to the directory of the target executable.
- --blacklist PATTERN
Add PATTERN to the built-in blacklist (.so / .dll names that should not be resolved nor copied over).
Print the list of dependencies without actually copying the .so / .dll files.
Include the directory of the executable in the .so / .dll resolve paths. Files found in the exedir are preferred over those in system paths.
Print a short help message and exit.
Do not overwrite .so / .dll files already existing in the target directory.
- --search-dir DIRECTORY
Add DIRECTORY to the list of paths to search when resolving .so / .dll names. User-specified directories take precedence over system paths.
Print the names of the dependencies as they're being copied over.
Print version information and exit.
- --whitelist PATTERN
Add PATTERN to the whitelist (.so / .dll names that should always be resolved and copied over). The whitelist takes precedence over the blacklist.
An exit status of 0 indicates success. Should the program fail to resolve any of the dependencies, or there is an error when copying the files over to the target directory, the exit status will be non-zero.
When performing a dry run, the exit status will always be 0, even if the program failed to resolve some dependencies.