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LORDER(1)						      General Commands Manual							 LORDER(1)

lorder - find ordering relation for an object library SYNOPSIS
lorder file ... DESCRIPTION
The input is one or more object or library archive (see ar(1)) files. The standard output is a list of pairs of object file names, meaning that the first file of the pair refers to external identifiers defined in the second. The output may be processed by tsort(1) to find an ordering of a library suitable for one-pass access by ld(1). This brash one-liner intends to build a new library from existing `.o' files. ar cr library `lorder *.o | tsort` The need for lorder may be vitiated by use of ranlib(1), which converts an ordered archive into a randomly accessed library. FILES
*symref, *symdef nm(1), sed(1), sort(1), join(1) SEE ALSO
tsort(1), ld(1), ar(1), ranlib(1) BUGS
The names of object files, in and out of libraries, must end with `.o'; nonsense results otherwise. 4th Berkeley Distribution April 29, 1985 LORDER(1)

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LORDER(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						 LORDER(1)

lorder -- list dependencies for object files SYNOPSIS
lorder file ... DESCRIPTION
The lorder utility uses nm(1) to determine interdependencies in the list of object files and library archives specified on the command line. The lorder utility outputs a list of file names where the first file contains a symbol which is defined by the second file. The output is normally used with tsort(1) when a library is created to determine the optimum ordering of the object modules so that all ref- erences may be resolved in a single pass of the loader. When linking static binaries, lorder and tsort(1) can be used to properly order library archives automatically. ENVIRONMENT
NM Path to the nm(1) binary, defaults to ``nm''. EXAMPLES
ar cr library.a `lorder ${OBJS} | tsort` cc -o foo ${OBJS} `lorder ${STATIC_LIBS} | tsort` SEE ALSO
ar(1), ld(1), nm(1), ranlib(1), tsort(1) HISTORY
A lorder utility appeared in Version 7 AT&T UNIX. BSD
October 25, 2006 BSD
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