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lorder(1)				  User Commands 				lorder(1)

       lorder - find ordering relation for an object or library archive

       lorder filename...

       The  input  is  one  or more object or library archive filenames (see ar(1)). The standard
       output is a list of pairs of object file or archive member names; 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.  Note  that
       the  link  editor ld is capable of multiple passes over an archive in the portable archive
       format (see ar.h(3HEAD)) and does not require that lorder be used  when	building  an  ar-
       chive.	The  usage of  the lorder command may, however, allow for a more efficient access
       of the archive during the link edit process.

       The following example builds a new library from existing .o files.

       ar -cr library `lorder *.o | tsort`

       TMPDIR/*symref	 temporary files

       TMPDIR/*symdef	 temporary files

       TMPDIR		 usually /var/tmp but can be redefined by setting the  environment  vari-
			 able  TMPDIR (see tempnam() in tmpnam(3C))

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |Availability		     |SUNWbtool 		   |

       ar(1), ld(1), tsort(1), tmpnam(3C), ar.h(3HEAD), attributes(5)

       lorder will accept as input any object or archive file, regardless of its suffix, provided
       there is more than one input file. If there is but a single input file, its suffix must be

       The length of the filename for TMPDIR is limited to whatever sed allows.

SunOS 5.11				   29 Oct 1991					lorder(1)
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