llvm-readelf - GNU-style LLVM Object Reader

SYNOPSIS

llvm-readelf [options] [input…]

DESCRIPTION

The llvm-readelf tool displays low-level format-specific information about one or more object files.

If input is “-” or omitted, llvm-readelf reads from standard input. Otherwise, it will read from the specified filenames.

OPTIONS

--all

Equivalent to specifying all the main display options.

--addrsig

Display the address-significance table.

--arm-attributes

Display the ARM attributes section. Only applicable for ARM architectures.

--color

Use colors in the output for warnings and errors.

--demangle, -C

Display demangled symbol names in the output.

--dyn-relocations

Display the dynamic relocation entries.

--dyn-symbols, --dyn-syms

Display the dynamic symbol table.

--dynamic-table, --dynamic, -d

Display the dynamic table.

--elf-cg-profile

Display the callgraph profile section.

--elf-hash-histogram, --histogram, -I

Display a bucket list histogram for dynamic symbol hash tables.

--elf-linker-options

Display the linker options section.

--elf-output-style=<value>

Format ELF information in the specified style. Valid options are LLVM and GNU. LLVM output is an expanded and structured format, whilst GNU (the default) output mimics the equivalent GNU readelf output.

--elf-section-groups, --section-groups, -g

Display section groups.

--expand-relocs

When used with --relocations, display each relocation in an expanded multi-line format.

--file-headers, -h

Display file headers.

--gnu-hash-table

Display the GNU hash table for dynamic symbols.

--hash-symbols

Display the expanded hash table with dynamic symbol data.

--hash-table

Display the hash table for dynamic symbols.

--headers, -e

Equivalent to setting: --file-headers, --program-headers, and --sections.

--help

Display a summary of command line options.

--help-list

Display an uncategorized summary of command line options.

--hex-dump=<section[,section,...]>, -x

Display the specified section(s) as hexadecimal bytes. section may be a section index or section name.

--needed-libs

Display the needed libraries.

--notes, -n

Display all notes.

--program-headers, --segments, -l

Display the program headers.

--raw-relr

Do not decode relocations in RELR relocation sections when displaying them.

--relocations, --relocs, -r

Display the relocation entries in the file.

--sections, --section-headers, -S

Display all sections.

--section-data

When used with --sections, display section data for each section shown. This option has no effect for GNU style output.

--section-mapping

Display the section to segment mapping.

--section-relocations

When used with --sections, display relocations for each section shown. This option has no effect for GNU style output.

--section-symbols

When used with --sections, display symbols for each section shown. This option has no effect for GNU style output.

--stackmap

Display contents of the stackmap section.

--stack-sizes

Display the contents of the stack sizes section(s), i.e. pairs of function names and the size of their stack frames.

--string-dump=<section[,section,...]>, -p

Display the specified section(s) as a list of strings. section may be a section index or section name.

--symbols, --syms, -s

Display the symbol table.

--unwind, -u

Display unwind information.

--version

Display the version of this program.

--version-info, -V

Display version sections.

@<FILE>

Read command-line options from response file <FILE>.

EXIT STATUS

llvm-readelf returns 0 under normal operation. It returns a non-zero exit code if there were any errors.