PAGESTUFF(1) General Commands Manual PAGESTUFF(1)
pagestuff - Mach-O file page analysis tool
pagestuff file [-arch arch_flag] [[-a] [-p] | [pagenumber...]]
pagestuff shows how a structure of a Mach-O or universal file corresponds
to logical pages on the current system. Structural information includes
the location and extent of file headers, sections and segments, symbol
tables, code signatures, etc. When displaying a universal file, all
architectures will be shown unless otherwise specified by the -arch flag.
The options to pagestuff(1) are:
Specifies the architecture, arch_type, of the file for pagestuff
to operate on when the file is a universal file. (See arch(3) for
the currently known arch_types.) When this option is used the
logical page numbers start from the beginning of the architecture
file within the universal file.
Specifies the page size to use when computing logical page
boundaries. By default pagestuff will use the page size of the
-a Display all pages in the file.
-p Print a list of the sections of the specified file, offsets and
lengths. When displaying a universal file, all archs will be
displayed unless Print a list of the sections of the specified
Mach-O file, with offsets and lengths. Note that the size(1) tool
displays a much more concise listing given the `-l -m -x'
size(1), arch(3), Mach-O(5).
Apple, Inc. June 23, 2020 PAGESTUFF(1)