conda inspect linkages
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conda - conda inspect linkages
usage: conda-inspect linkages [-h] [--untracked] [--show-files]
[--sysroot SYSROOT] [--all] [-n ENVIRONMENT | -p PATH] [packages
Investigates linkages of binary libraries in a package (works in Linux
and OS X). This is an advanced command to aid building packages that
link against C libraries. Aggregates the output of ldd (on Linux) and
otool -L (on OS X) by dependent packages. Useful for finding broken
links, or links against system libraries that ought to be dependent
Conda packages to inspect.
Show this help message and exit.
Inspect the untracked files in the environment. This is useful
when used in conjunction with conda build --build-only.
Show the files in the package that link to each library
Attribute to group by (default: package). Useful when used in
conjunction with --all.
System root in which to look for system libraries.
--all Generate a report for all packages in the environment.
-n ENVIRONMENT, --name ENVIRONMENT
Name of environment.
-p PATH, --prefix PATH
Full path to environment prefix.
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