Tells the compiler to create a precompiled header file.
Linux and macOS:
- Is the name for the precompiled header file. A space must appear before the file name. It can include a path.
- The compiler does not create or use precompiled headers unless you tell it to do so.
This option tells the compiler to create a precompiled header (PCH) file. It is supported only for single source file compilations.
Note that the .pchi extension is not automatically appended to the file name.
This option cannot be used in the same compilation as the
On Windows* systems, option
-pch-createis equivalent to the
Consider the following command line:
icpc -pch-create /pch/foo.pchi foo.cpp
This creates the precompiled header file "/pch/foo.pchi".