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diag-file-append, Qdiag-file-append

Causes the results of diagnostic analysis to be appended to a file.

Syntax

Linux:
-diag-file-append
[
=
filename
]
macOS:
None
Windows:
/Qdiag-file-append
[
:
filename
]
Arguments
filename
Is the name of the file to be appended to. It can include a path.
Default
OFF
Diagnostic messages are output to
stderr
.
Description
This option causes the results of diagnostic analysis to be appended to a file. If you do not specify a path, the driver will look for
filename
in the current working directory.
If
filename
is not found, then a new file with that name is created in the current working directory. If the name specified for file conflicts with a source file name provided in the command line, the name of the file is
name-of-the-first-source-file.diag
.
If you specify the
[Q]diag-file-append
option and you also specify the
[Q]diag-file
option, the last option specified on the command line takes precedence.
Alternate Options
None
The following example shows how to cause diagnostic analysis to be appended to a file named
my_diagnostics.txt
:
-diag-file-append=my_diagnostics.txt ! Linux systems /Qdiag-file-append:my_diagnostics.txt ! Windows systems

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