How to Determine What Shared Libraries a Program Requires in OS X

How to Determine What Shared Libraries a Program Requires in OS X posted in Apple | | No Comments » In Linux you can use the command “ldd” to display what shared libraries a program requires. This is handy if you need to figure out what missing libraries are required to get a program running. Here is the syntax for the Linux ldd command along with example usage for it: ldd pathToExecuteable Example: ldd /usr/bin/ftp Mac OS X does not include the ldd command. Instead you need to use the c

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