llvm-libtool-darwin - LLVM tool for creating libraries for Darwin

SYNOPSIS

llvm-libtool-darwin [options] <input files>

DESCRIPTION

llvm-libtool-darwin is a tool for creating static and dynamic libraries for Darwin.

For most scenarios, it works as a drop-in replacement for cctools’ libtool.

OPTIONS

llvm-libtool-darwin supports the following options:

-h, -help

Show help and usage for this command.

-help-list

Show help and usage for this command without grouping the options into categories.

-color

Use colors in output.

-version

Display the version of this program.

-D

Use zero for timestamps and UIDs/GIDs. This is set by default.

-U

Use actual timestamps and UIDs/GIDs.

-o <filename>

Specify the output file name. Must be specified exactly once.

-static

Produces a static library from the input files.

-filelist <listfile[,dirname]>

Read input file names from <listfile>. File names are specified in <listfile> one per line, separated only by newlines. Whitespace on a line is assumed to be part of the filename. If the directory name, dirname, is also specified then it is prepended to each file name in the <listfile>.

EXIT STATUS

llvm-libtool-darwin exits with a non-zero exit code if there is an error. Otherwise, it exits with code 0.

BUGS

To report bugs, please visit <https://bugs.llvm.org/>.

SEE ALSO

llvm-ar(1)