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Usage: %s [option(s)] [addr(s)]
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
Uso: %s [opção(ões)] [endereço(s)]
Translated and reviewed by Andre Noel
Located in addr2line.c:87
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Convert addresses into line number/file name pairs.
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
Converte endereços em pares número da linha/nome do arquivo.
Translated and reviewed by Glênio Kestering
Located in addr2line.c:88
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If no addresses are specified on the command line, they will be read from stdin
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There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
Se não forem especificados endereços na linha de comando, eles serão lidos a partir da entrada padrão (stdin)
Translated and reviewed by Andre Noel
Located in addr2line.c:89
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The options are:
@<file> Read options from <file>
-a --addresses Show addresses
-b --target=<bfdname> Set the binary file format
-e --exe=<executable> Set the input file name (default is a.out)
-i --inlines Unwind inlined functions
-j --section=<name> Read section-relative offsets instead of addresses
-p --pretty-print Make the output easier to read for humans
-s --basenames Strip directory names
-f --functions Show function names
-C --demangle[=style] Demangle function names
-h --help Display this information
-v --version Display the program's version

There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
As opções são:
@<arquivo> Lê opções do <arquivo>
-a --addresses Mostra os endereços
-b --target=<nome bfd> Configura o formato de arquivo como binário
-e --exe=<executável> Configura o nome do arquivo de entrada (padrão é a.out)
-i --inlines Trata as funções inline
-j --section=<nome> Lê os deslocamentos relacionados à seção em vez de dos endereços
-p --pretty-print Faz a saída mais fácil para leitura humana
-s --basenames Separa os nomes dos diretórios
-f --functions Mostra o nome das funções
-C --demangle[=estilo] Oculta nome das funções
-h --help Mostra estas informações
-v --version Mostra a versão do programa

Translated by Neliton Pereira Jr.
Reviewed by Gerson "fserve" Barreiros
Located in addr2line.c:83
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Report bugs to %s
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Informe os erros para %s
Translated and reviewed by Fábio Nogueira
Located in addr2line.c:109 ar.c:357 ar.c:394 coffdump.c:471 dlltool.c:3715 dllwrap.c:518 elfedit.c:952 objcopy.c:697 objcopy.c:752 readelf.c:4842 size.c:109 srconv.c:1704 strings.c:706 sysdump.c:649 windmc.c:227 windres.c:690
6.
at
Note for translators:  This printf is used to join the
function name just printed above to the line number/
file name pair that is about to be printed below.  Eg:

foo at 123:bar.c
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
em
Translated by Gustavo Miranda
Reviewed by André Gondim
Located in addr2line.c:313
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(inlined by)
Note for translators: This printf is used to join the
line number/file name pair that has just been printed with
the line number/file name pair that is going to be printed
by the next iteration of the while loop.  Eg:

123:bar.c (inlined by) 456:main.c
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(sequenciado por)
Translated by Celio Alves
Reviewed by André Gondim
Located in addr2line.c:353
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%s: cannot get addresses from archive
%s: impossível pegar endereços do pacote
Translated and reviewed by Airton Torres
Located in addr2line.c:386
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%s: cannot find section %s
%s: não pode procurar seções %s
Translated by wkister
Reviewed by André Gondim
Located in addr2line.c:403
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unknown demangling style `%s'
estilo de reconstituição desconhecido '%s'
Translated and reviewed by Elias Amaral
Located in addr2line.c:469 nm.c:1833 objdump.c:5258 readelf.c:5115
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Contributors to this translation: Abner Rizzi, Adriano Steffler, Airton Torres, Alex Rocha, Andre Noel, André Gondim, Armando Ciappina, Auro Florentino, Celio Alves, Edgard Balter Jr., Efraim Queiroz, Elias Amaral, Eugênio F, Fábio Nogueira, Gerson "fserve" Barreiros, Glênio Kestering, Gustavo Miranda, Italo Pessoa, Jorge Antonio Dias Romero, Leocello, Lucas Nogueira, Marcelo Soares Souza, Marco Biscaro, Marcus Diniz, Neliton Pereira Jr., Og Maciel, Paulo Márcio da Hora, Rafael Neri, Ricardo Cropalato de Melo, Rômulo Machado, Valson Pereira, Vinicius Almeida, Vinícius Jorge, Washington Lins, Yuri Fidelis, gabriell nascimento, wkister.