stdump - Dump portions of a file containing symbolic information
stdump [options] file
-a Prints dense numbers.
-b Prints external symbols.
-c Prints local symbols.
-d Prints procedures.
-f Prints file descriptors.
-g Dumps auxiliary symbol information in hexadecimal. (Use in combination
with -b or -c to have type information interpreted.)
-h Prints line numbers.
-i Prints relative file descriptors.
-j Prints optimization symbols.
Specifies index number of file to be dumped. You can print the index
numbers with the following command: stdump -f file. You can use -n with
any other option to get that option's portion of the symbolic informa-
tion for the specified file.
-V Displays the version of the stdump command.
If none of the options are specified, the dump includes all of the items
associated with the various options.
[Tru64 UNIX] The DEC C++ compiler encodes type information in function,
template, variable, and virtual table names to enable type-safe linkages.
This encoding is called name mangling. By default, stdump shows the deman-
gled names only. The following options can be used to instruct the stdump
command to print the mangled name or both the mangled and demangled names:
[Tru64 UNIX] Prints only the mangled name.
[Tru64 UNIX] Prints both the mangled names and the demangled names.
The stdump tool dumps symbolic information from an object file, an execut-
able file, or any other file produced by the compiler that contains sym-