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inline-min-caller-growth, Qinline-min-caller-growth

Lets you specify a
function
size n for which
functions
of size <= n do not contribute to the estimated growth of the caller when inlined.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:
-inline-min-caller-growth
=
n
Windows:
/Qinline-min-caller-growth
=
n
Arguments
n
Is a non-negative integer. When
n
> 0,
functions
with a size of
n
are treated as if they are size 0.
Default
-inline-min-caller-growth=0
or
/Qinline-min-caller-growth=0
The compiler treats
functions
as if they have size zero.
Description
This option lets you specify a
function
size
n
for which
functions
of size <=
n
do not contribute to the estimated growth of the caller when inlined. It allows you to inline
functions
that the compiler would otherwise consider too large to inline.
We recommend that you choose a value of
n
<= 10; otherwise, compile time and code size may greatly increase.
Alternate Options
None

Product and Performance Information

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