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qopt-report, Qopt-report

Tells the compiler to generate an optimization report.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:
-qopt-report
[
=
n
]
Windows:
/Qopt-report
[
:
n
]
Arguments
n
(Optional) Indicates the level of detail in the report. You can specify values 0 through 5.
If you specify zero, no report is generated.
For levels
n
=1 through
n
=5, each level includes all the information of the previous level, as well as potentially some additional information. Level 5 produces the greatest level of detail. If you do not specify
n
, the default is level 2, which produces a medium level of detail.
Default
OFF
No optimization report is generated.
Description
This option tells the compiler to generate a collection of optimization report files, one per object; this is the same output produced by option
[q or Q]opt-report-per-object
.
If you prefer another form of output, you can specify option
[q or Q]opt-report-file
.
If you specify a level (
n
) higher than 5, a warning will be displayed and you will get a level 5 report.
When optimization reporting is enabled, the default is
-qopt-report-phase=all
(Linux* and