llvm-install-name-tool [options] input
llvm-install-name-tool is a tool to manipulate dynamic shared library install names and rpaths listed in a Mach-O binary.
For most scenarios, it works as a drop-in replacement for Apple's install_name_tool.
At least one of the following options are required, and some options can be combined with other options. Options -add_rpath, -delete_rpath, and -rpath can be combined in an invocation only if they do not share the same <rpath> value.
- -add_rpath <rpath>
Add an rpath named <rpath> to the specified binary. Can be specified multiple times to add multiple rpaths. Throws an error if <rpath> is already listed in the binary.
- -change <old_install_name> <new_install_name>
Change an install name <old_install_name> to <new_install_name> in the specified binary. Can be specified multiple times to change multiple dependent shared library install names. Option is ignored if <old_install_name> is not listed in the specfied binary.
- -delete_rpath <rpath>
Delete an rpath named <rpath> from the specified binary. Can be specified multiple times to delete multiple rpaths. Throws an error if <rpath> is not listed in the binary.
Deletes all rpaths from the binary.
- --help, -h
Print a summary of command line options.
- -id <name>
Change shared library's identification name under LC_ID_DYLIB to <name> in the specfied binary. If specified multiple times, only the last -id option is selected. Option is ignored if the specified Mach-O binary is not a dynamic shared library.
- -rpath <old_rpath> <new_rpath>
Change an rpath named <old_rpath> to <new_rpath> in the specified binary. Can be specified multiple times to change multiple rpaths. Throws an error if <old_rpath> is not listed in the binary or <new_rpath> is already listed in the binary.
- --version, -V
Display the version of the llvm-install-name-tool executable.
llvm-install-name-tool exits with a non-zero exit code if there is an error. Otherwise, it exits with code 0.
To report bugs, please visit <https://bugs.llvm.org/>.
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