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parallel-source-info, Qparallel-source-info

Enables or disables source location emission when
OpenMP* or
auto-parallelism code is generated.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:
-parallel-source-info
[=
n
]
-no-parallel-source-info
Windows:
/Qparallel-source-info
/Qparallel-source-info-
[:
n
]
Arguments
n
Is the level of source location emission. Possible values are:
0
Disables the emission of source location information when
OpenMP* code or
auto-parallelism code is generated. This is the same as specifying
-no-parallel-source-info
(Linux* and
macOS*
) or
/Qparallel-source-info-
(Windows*).
1
Tells the compiler to emit routine name and line information. This is the same as specifying
[Q]parallel-source-info
with no
n
.
2
Tells the compiler to emit path, file, routine name, and line information.
Default
-parallel-source-info=1
or
/Qparallel-source-info:1
When
OpenMP* code or
auto-parallelism code is generated, the routine name and line information is emitted.
Description
This option enables or disables source location emission when
OpenMP code or
auto-parallelism code is generated. It also lets you set the level of emission.
Alternate Options
None

Product and Performance Information

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