.TH SIZE 1 "May 23, 2002" "Apple Computer, Inc." .SH NAME size \- print the size of the sections in an object file .SH SYNOPSIS .B size [ option ... ] [ object ... ] .SH DESCRIPTION .I Size (without the .B \-m option) prints the (decimal) number of bytes required by the \_\^\_TEXT, \_\^\_DATA and \_\^\_OBJC segments. All other segments are totaled and that size is listed in the `others' column. The final two columns is the sum in decimal and hexadecimal. If no file is specified, .B a.out is used. .PP The options to .IR size (1) are: .TP .B \- Treat the remaining arguments as name of object files not options to .IR size (1). .TP .B \-m Print the sizes of the Mach-O segments and sections as well as the total sizes of the sections in each segment and the total size of the segments in the file. .TP .B \-l When used with the .B \-m option, also print the addresses and offsets of the sections and segments. .TP .B \-x When used with the .B \-m option, print the values in hexadecimal (with leading 0x's) rather than decimal. .TP .BI \-arch " arch_type" Specifies the architecture, .I arch_type, of the file for .IR size (1) to operate on when the file is a fat file. (See .IR arch (3) for the currently know .IR arch_type s.) The .I arch_type can be "all" to operate on all architectures in the file. The default is to display only the host architecture, if the file contains it; otherwise, all architectures in the file are shown. .SH "SEE ALSO" otool(1) .SH BUGS The size of common symbols can't be reflected in any of the numbers for relocatable object files.