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Specifying Alternate Tools and Paths

This content is specific to C++; it does not apply to
DPC++
.
Use the
Qlocation
option to specify an alternate path for a tool. This option accepts two arguments using the following syntax:
Qlocation Syntax
# (Linux*) -Qlocation,tool,path
# (Windows*) /Qlocation,tool,path
where
tool
designates which compilation tool is associated with the alternate
path
.
tool
Description
cpp
Specifies the preprocessor for the compiler.
c
Specifies the
Intel® oneAPI
DPC++/C++
Compiler
.
asm
Specifies the assembler.
link
Specifies the linker.
Use the
Qoption
option to pass an option specified by
optlist
to a
tool
, where
optlist
is a comma-separated list of options. The syntax for this command is:
Qoption Syntax
# (Linux*) -Qoption,tool,optlist
# (Windows*) /Qoption,tool,optlist
where
tool
designates which compilation tool receives the
optlist
.
tool
Description
cpp
Specifies the preprocessor for the compiler.
c
Specifies the
Intel® oneAPI
DPC++/C++
Compiler
.
asm
Specifies the assembler.
link
Specifies the linker.
optlist
indicates one or more valid argument strings for the designated program. If the argument is a command-line option, you must include the hyphen. If the argument contains a space or tab character, the entire argument must be enclosed in quotation characters (
""
). Separate multiple arguments with commas.

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