DPC++/C++ Compiler Developer Guide and Reference
- Compiler Setup
- Compiler Setup explains how to invoke the compiler on the command line or from within an IDE.macOS* is not supported for theicx/icpxordpcppcompilers. For macOS or Xcode* support, visit theicccompiler: Intel® C++ Compiler Classic Developer Guide and Reference
- OpenMP* Support
- Compiler Options
- Clang compiler options are supported for this compiler. For more information about Clang options, see the Clang documentation. The Clang website is https://clang.llvm.org/.
- Intrinsics let you generate more readable code, simplify instruction scheduling, reduce debugging, access the instructions that cannot be generated using the standard constructs of the C and C++ languages, and more. For details about available intrinsics, see the interactive Intel® Intrinsics Guide at https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/IntrinsicsGuide/.
- Pragmas provide the compiler with instructions for specific tasks, including splitting large loops into smaller ones, enabling or disabling optimization for code, or offloading computation to the target.
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