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STRIP(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		      STRIP(1)

NAME
     strip -- discard information from ELF objects

SYNOPSIS
     strip [-d | -g | -S | --strip-debug] [-h |	--help]	[--only-keep-debug]
	   [-o outputfile | --output-file=outputfile] [-p | --preserve-dates]
	   [-s | --strip-all] [--strip-unneeded] [-w | --wildcard]
	   [-x | --discard-all]	[-I format | --input-target=format]
	   [-K symbol |	--keep-symbol=symbol]
	   [-N symbol |	--strip-symbol=symbol]
	   [-O format |	--output-target=format]
	   [-R sectionname | --remove-section=sectionname] [-V | --version]
	   [-X | --discard-locals] file	...

DESCRIPTION
     The strip utility is used to discard information from ELF objects.

     The strip utility supports	the following options:

     -d	| -g | -S | --strip-debug
	     Remove debugging symbols only.

     -h	| --help
	     Print a help message and exit.

     --only-keep-debug
	     Remove all	content	except that which would	be used	for debugging.

     -o	outputfile | --output-file=outputfile
	     Write the stripped	object to file outputfile.  The	default	behav-
	     iour is to	modify objects in place.

     -p	| --preserve-dates
	     Preserve the object's access and modification times.

     -s	| --strip-all
	     Remove all	symbols.

     --strip-unneeded
	     Remove all	symbols	not needed for further relocation processing.

     -w	| --wildcard
	     Use shell-style patterns to name symbols.	The following meta-
	     characters	are recognized in patterns:
	     !	   If this is the first	character of the pattern, invert the
		   sense of the	pattern	match.
	     *	   Matches any string of characters in a symbol	name.
	     ?	   Matches zero	or one character in a symbol name.
	     [	   Mark	the start of a character class.
	     \	   Remove the special meaning of the next character in the
		   pattern.
	     ]	   Mark	the end	of a character class.

     -x	| --discard-all
	     Discard all non-global symbols.

     -I	format | --input-target=format
	     These options are accepted, but are ignored.

     -K	symbol | --keep-symbol=symbol
	     Keep the symbol symbol even if it would otherwise be stripped.
	     This option may be	specified multiple times.

     -N	symbol | --strip-symbol=symbol
	     Remove the	symbol symbol even if it would otherwise have been
	     kept.  This option	may be specified multiple times.

     -O	format | --output-target=format
	     Set the output file format	to format.  For	the full list of sup-
	     ported formats, please see	the documentation for function
	     elftc_bfd_find_target(3).

     -R	sectionname | --remove-section=sectionname
	     Remove the	section	named by the argument sectionname.  This
	     option may	be specified multiple times.

     -V	| --version
	     Print a version identifier	and exit.

     -X	| --discard-locals
	     Remove compiler-generated local symbols.

DIAGNOSTICS
     The strip utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an	error occurs.

SEE ALSO
     ar(1), elfcopy(1),	ld(1), mcs(1), elf(3), elftc_bfd_find_target(3),
     fnmatch(3)

FreeBSD	11.1		      September	17, 2011		  FreeBSD 11.1

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