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Specify Compiler Files

Specify Include Files

The
Intel® oneAPI
DPC++/C++
Compiler
searches the default system areas for include files and items specified by the
I
compiler option. The compiler searches directories for include files in the following order:
  1. Directories specified by the
    I
    option
  2. Directories specified in the environment variables
  3. Default include directories
Use the
X
(Windows*) or
-nostdinc
(Linux*)
option to remove the default directories from the include file search path.
For example, to direct the compiler to search the path
/alt/include
instead of the default path, do the following:
For C/C++ projects:
// Linux icpx -X -I/alt/include prog1.cpp
// Windows icx /X /I\alt\include prog1.cpp
For DPC++ projects:
// Linux dpcpp -nostdinc -I/alt/include prog1.cpp
// Windows dpcpp-cl /X /I\alt\include prog1.cpp

Specify Assembly Files

You can use the
/Fa
option (Windows*)
or
-S
and
-o
options (Linux*)
to specify an alternate name for an assembly file. The compiler generates an assembly file named
myasm.asm
(Windows)
or
myasm.s
(Linux)
.
For C/C++ projects:
// Linux icpx -S -omyasm.s x.cpp
// Windows icx /Famyasm x.cpp
For DPC++ projects:
// Linux dpcpp -S -omyasm.s x.cpp
// Windows dpcpp-cl /Famyasm x.cpp

Specify Object Files

You can use the
/Fo
option (Windows*)
or
-c
and
-o
options (Linux*)
to specify an alternate name for an object file. In this example, the compiler generates an object file name
myobj.obj
(Windows)
or
myobj.o
(Linux)
.
For C/C++ projects:
// Linux icpx -c -omyobj.o x.cpp
// Windows icx /Fomyobj x.cpp
For DPC++ projects:
// Linux dpcpp -c -omyobj.o x.cpp
// Windows dpcpp-cl /Fomyobj x.cpp

Product and Performance Information

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