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fuse-ld

Tells the compiler to use a different linker instead of the default linker (ld).

Syntax

Linux:
-fuse-ld
=
keyword
macOS:
-fuse-ld
=
keyword
Windows:
None
Arguments
keyword
Possible values are:
bfd
Tells the compiler to use the bfd linker.
gold
Tells the compiler to use the gold linker.
Default
ld
The compiler uses the ld linker by default.
Description
This option tells the compiler to use a different linker instead of default linker (ld).
This option is provided for compatibility with gcc.
Alternate Options
None

Product and Performance Information

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