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ip, Qip

Determines whether additional interprocedural optimizations for single-file compilation are enabled.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:
-ip
-no-ip
Windows:
/Qip
/Qip-
Arguments
None
Default
OFF
Some limited interprocedural optimizations occur, including inline function expansion for calls to functions defined within the current source file. These optimizations are a subset of full intra-file interprocedural optimizations. Note that this setting is not the same as
-no-ip
(Linux* and
macOS*
)
or
/Qip-
(Windows*)
.
Description
This option determines whether additional interprocedural optimizations for single-file compilation are enabled.
The
[Q]ip
option enables additional interprocedural optimizations for single-file compilation.
Options
-no-ip
(Linux and
macOS*
) and
/Qip-
(Windows) may not disable inlining. To ensure that inlining of user-defined functions is disabled, specify
-inline-level=0
or
-fno-inline
(Linux and
macOS*
), or specify
/Ob0
(Windows).
To ensure that inliningof compiler intrinsic functions is disabled, specify
-fno-builtin
(Linux and
macOS*
) or
/Oi-
(Windows).
Alternate Options