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OS X Version of LDD

If you need to use the ldd command on OS X you will face an error.

However, there is a “similar” command called otool  on OS X that you can use :

For the one who never used it,  the ldd  command is used to show the dynamic libraries a executable is linked to, or what libraries the executable needs to run.  If the otool command is not recognized on your mac, you probably need to install xcode. You can find the documentation about otool here.

 

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