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sox

Tells the compiler to save the compilation options and version number in the executable file. It also lets you choose whether to include lists of certain
functions
.

Syntax

Linux:
-sox
[
=
keyword
[,
keyword
]
]
-no-sox
macOS:
None
Windows:
None
Arguments
keyword
Is the
function
information to include. Possible values are:
inline
Includes a list of the
functions
that were inlined in each object.
profile
Includes a list of the
functions
that were compiled with the
-prof-use
option and for which the .dpi file had profile information, and an indication for each as to whether the profile information was USED (matched) or IGNORED (mismatched).
Default
-no-sox
The compiler does not save these informational strings in the object file.
Description
This option tells the compiler to save the compilation options and version number in the executable file. It also lets you choose whether to include lists of certain
functions
. The information is embedded as a string in each object file or assembly output.
If you specify option
sox
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