ldrel

Relocate an executable

Syntax:

ldrel [options] infile outfile

Options:

-a hex_align
Change segment alignments (default to original alignment).
-b hex_addr
Program base address (default to page aligned base address).
-d hex_addr
Data segment address (default to just after text segment).
-f name
Filename holding debug information (default to infile).
-L
The specified stacksize can be lazy. The default is non-lazy.
-l
("el") Output LOAD segments only.
-o hex_off
Assume this file will be copied to another file at this offset.
-p
Pad segments so they don't share address file data.
-r
Keep relocation information in target.
-S stacksize [K|M]
Note the maximum stack size in bytes, kilobytes (suffix K), or megabytes (suffix M) as a suggestion to the loader. Specifying -S 0 resets the note; the loader will use its stack size.
-s pattern=filename or -s [!]* or -s pattern[*]
Copy sections matching pattern, from the file (if given). The section must not overlay segments.
-t hex_addr
Text segment address (default to just after headers).
-v
Be verbose.
-x
Expand segments with zeros to make the file size equal to memory size.
-Z
Load the whole input file into memory.

Description:

The ldrel utility relocates executables.

Last modified: 2013-12-21

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