llvm-ranlib [–version] [-help] <archive-file>
The llvm-ranlib command is similar to the common Unix utility, ranlib. It adds or updates the symbol table in an LLVM archive file. Note that using the llvm-ar modifier s is usually more efficient than running llvm-ranlib which is only provided only for completness and compatibility. Unlike other implementations of ranlib, llvm-ranlib indexes LLVM bitcode files, not native object modules. You can list the contents of the symbol table with the llvm-nm -s command.
Specifies the archive-file to which the symbol table is added or updated.
Print the version of llvm-ranlib and exit without building a symbol table.
Print usage help for llvm-ranlib and exit without building a symbol table.
If llvm-ranlib succeeds, it will exit with 0. If an error occurs, a non-zero exit code will be returned.