CODESIGN_ALLOCATE(1) General Commands Manual CODESIGN_ALLOCATE(1)
codesign_allocate - add code signing data to a Mach-O file
codesign_allocate -i oldfile [ -a arch size ]... [ -A cputype cpusubtype
size ]... -o newfile
codesign_allocate sets up a Mach-O file used by the dynamic linker so
space for code signing data of the specified size for the specified
architecture is embedded in the Mach-O file. The program must be passed
one -a argument or one -A argument for each architecture in a universal
file, or exactly one -a or -A for a thin file.
specifies the input file as oldfile.
specifies the output file as newfile.
-a arch size
specifies for the architecture arch that the size of the code
signing data is to be size. The value of size must be a multiple
-A cputype cpusubtype size
specifies for the architecture as a pair of decimal integers for
the cputype and cpusubtype that the size of the code signing data
is to be size. The value of size must be a multiple of 16.
-r remove the code signature data and the LC_CODE_SIGNATURE load
command. This is the same as specifiying the -a or -A option with
a size of zero.
-p page align the code signature data by padding string table and
changing its size. This is not the default as codesign(1)
currently can't use this option.
Apple, Inc. April 17, 2017 CODESIGN_ALLOCATE(1)