The following options modify the behavior of the appcert utility. You can type any of these options at the command line, after the appcert command but before the object|directory operand.
Runs appcert in batch mode.
In batch mode, the report produced by appcert contains one line for each binary checked.
A line that begins with PASS indicates the binary that is named in that line did not trigger any appcert warnings.
A line that begins with FAIL indicates problems were found in that binary.
A line that begins with INC indicates the binary that is named in that line could not be completely checked.
The file infile should contain a list of files to check, with one file name per line. These files are added to any files already specified at the command line. If you use this switch, you do not need to specify an object or directory at the command line.
Prints usage information for appcert.
By default, appcert notes any shared objects in an application, and appends the directories in which the shared objects reside to LD_LIBRARY_PATH. The -L switch disables this behavior.
By default, appcert follows symbolic links when appcert searches directories for binaries to check. The -n switch disables this behavior.
Appends the Solaris library directories /usr/openwin/lib and /usr/dt/lib to LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Specifies a directory in which to run the library components. Temporary files are also created in the directory specified by this switch. If this switch is not specified, appcert uses the /tmp directory.