Name

objdump

Synopsis

                  objdump [options] objfiles
               

Display information about one or more object files. If an archive is specified, objdump displays information on each object file in the archive. At least one of the options -a, -d, -D, -f, -g, -G, -h, -H, -p, -r, -S, -t, -T, -V, or -x must be given to tell objdump what information to show.

Options

-a, --archive-header

If any input files are archives, display the archive header information. The output includes the object file format of each archive member.

--adjust-vma= offset

Add offset to all section headers before dumping information. Useful if the section addresses do not correspond to the symbol table.

-b bfdname, --target= bfdname

Set the binary file format using its binary file descriptor name, bfdname. Use the -h option for a list of supported formats for your system.

-C [style], --demangle[= style]

Decode (demangle) low-level symbol names into user-level names, optionally specifying a mangling style. Removes any initial underscores and makes C++ function names readable.

-d, --disassemble

Display assembler mnemonic names for the machine instructions. Disassemble only sections that are expected to contain instructions.

-D, --disassemble-all

Disassemble all sections, not just those expected to contain instructions.

-EB, --endian=big , -EL, --endian=little

Specify whether the object files are big- or little-endian, for disassembling. Useful for disassembling formats such as S-records (printable ASCII versions of object files) that ...

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