% avrora -help objdump
Avrora [Beta 1.6.0] - (c) 2003-2005 UCLA Compilers Group
Usage: avrora [-action=action] [options]
Usage: avrora -help [category]
The "objdump" input format reads programs that are the output of the
"avr-objdump" utility provided with avr-binutils. For example, an ELF file
must first be disassembled with "avr-objdump -zhD" to create a text file
readable by this input format. The "-zhD" options are very important: the
output will not be parseable otherwise.
Help for specific options is below.
-indirect-edges: list = (null)
This option can be used to specify the possible targets of
indirect calls and jumps within a program, which may be needed
in performing stack analysis or building a control flow graph.
Each element of the list is a pair of program addresses
separated by a colon, where a program address can be a label
or a hexadecimal number preceded by "0x". The first program
address is the address of the indirect call or jump
instruction and the second program address is a possible
-sections: list = .text,.data
This option specifies a list of sections that the loader
should load from the output.
For more information, see the online documentation at
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