CRUNCHIDE(1)            NetBSD General Commands Manual            CRUNCHIDE(1)

NAME
     crunchide -- hides symbol names from ld, for crunching programs together

SYNOPSIS
     crunchide [-f keep-list-file] [-k keep-symbol] object-file
               [object-file ...]

DESCRIPTION
     crunchide hides the global symbols of object-file such that they are
     ignored by subsequent runs of the linker, ld(1).  Some symbols may be
     left visible via the -k keep-symbol and -f keep-list-file options.  The
     keep-list-file must contain a list of symbols to keep visible, one symbol
     per line.  The names given by keep-symbol or in keep-list-file should be
     C names.  For example, to keep the C function ``foo'' visible, the option
     ``-k foo'' should be used.

     crunchide is designed as a companion program for crunchgen(1), which
     automates the process of creating crunched binaries from multiple compo-
     nent programs.

SEE ALSO
     crunchgen(1), ld(1)

AUTHORS
     crunchide was written by James da Silva <jds@cs.umd.edu>.

     Copyright (c) 1994 University of Maryland.  All Rights Reserved.

     Chris Demetriou <cgd@NetBSD.org> reorganized crunchide so that it sup-
     ported multiple object formats, and added ELF object support and ECOFF
     object recognition.

     Copyright (c) 1997 Christopher G. Demetriou.  All Rights Reserved.

NetBSD 6.0                       June 14, 1994                      NetBSD 6.0

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