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INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)							     INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)

NAME
       install_name_tool - change dynamic shared library install names

SYNOPSIS
       install_name_tool  [-change  old  new  ]  ...  [-rpath old new ] ... [-add_rpath new ] ...
       [-delete_rpath new ] ... [-id name] file

DESCRIPTION
       Install_name_tool changes the dynamic shared library install names and or adds, changes or
       deletes	the  rpaths  recorded in a Mach-O binary.  For this tool to work when the install
       names  or  rpaths  are  larger  the  binary  should  be	built  with  the  ld(1)  -header-
       pad_max_install_names option.

       -change old new
	      Changes the dependent shared library install name old to new in the specified Mach-
	      O binary.  More than one of these options can be specified.  If the  Mach-O  binary
	      does  not  contain the old install name in a specified -change option the option is
	      ignored.

       -id name
	      Changes the shared library identification name of a dynamic shared library to name.
	      If  the  Mach-O binary is not a dynamic shared library and the -id option is speci-
	      fied it is ignored.

       -rpath old new
	      Changes the rpath path name old to new in the specified Mach-O binary.   More  than
	      one  of  these options can be specified.	If the Mach-O binary does not contain the
	      old rpath path name in a specified -rpath it is an error.

       -add_rpath new
	      Adds the rpath path name new in the specified Mach-O  binary.   More  than  one  of
	      these  options  can  be  specified.   If the Mach-O binary already contains the new
	      rpath path name specified in -add_rpath it is an error.

       -delete_rpath old
	      deletes the rpath path name old in the specified Mach-O binary.  More than  one  of
	      these  options  can  be  specified.  If the Mach-O binary does not contains the old
	      rpath path name specified in -delete_rpath it is an error.

SEE ALSO
       ld(1)

Apple, Inc.				  March 4, 2009 		     INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)
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