Lets you specify the mode for offloading or tell the compiler to ignore language constructs for offloading. This is a deprecated option. There is no replacement option.
- Specifies the mode for offloading or it disables offloading. Possible values are:
- Tells the compiler to ignore language constructs for offloading. Warnings are issued by the compiler. This is equivalent to the negative form of the option.
- Specifies that offloading is mandatory (required). If the target is not available, one of the following occurs:
- If nostatusclause is specified for theoffload pragma, the program fails with an error message.
- If thestatusclause is specified, the program continues execution on the CPU.
- Specifies that offloading is optional (requested). If the target is not available, the program is executed on the CPU, not the target.
- The compiler recognizes language constructs for offloading if they are specified. If option-qoffloadis specified with nokeyword, the default ismandatory.