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INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)					      General Commands Manual					      INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)

install_name_tool - change dynamic shared library install names SYNOPSIS
install_name_tool [-change old new ] ... [-id name] file DESCRIPTION
Install_name_tool changes the dynamic shared library install names recorded in a Mach-O binary. For this tool to work when the install names are larger the binary should be built with the ld(1) -headerpad_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 specified it is ignored. SEE ALSO
ld(1) Apple Computer, Inc. October 18, 2001 INSTALL_NAME_TOOL(1)

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       -s		   Strips the binary after it is installed.

See Also
       chgrp(1), chmod(1), cp(1), mv(1), strip(1), chown(8)

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