Causes the results of guided auto parallelism to be output to a file.
Linux and macOS:
- Is the name of the file for output. It can include a path.
- Messages that are generated by guided auto parallelism are output to stderr.
This option causes the results of guided auto parallelism to be output to a file.
This option is ignored unless you also specify one or more of the following options:
If you do not specify a path, the file is placed in the current working directory.
If there is already a file named
filename, it will be overwritten.
You can include a file extension in
filename. For example, if
file.txtis specified, the name of the output file is
file.txt. If you do not provide a file extension, the name of the file is
If you do not specify
filename, the name of the file is
name-of-the-first-source-file.guide. This is also the name of the file if the name specified for
filenameconflicts with a source file name provided in the command line.