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ipp, Qipp

Tells the compiler to link to the some or all of the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) libraries. Option -ipp is a deprecated option; the replacement option is -qipp.

Syntax

Linux:
-ipp
[
=
lib
]
Windows:
/Qipp
[
:
lib
]
Arguments
lib
Indicates the Intel® IPP libraries that the compiler should link to. Possible values are:
common
Tells the compiler to link using the main libraries set. This is the default if the option is specified with no
lib
.
crypto
Tells the compiler to link using the Intel® IPP Cryptography libraries.
nonpic
(Linux* only)
Tells the compiler to link using the version of the libraries that do not have position-independent code.
nonpic_crypto
(Linux only)
Tells the compiler to link using the Intel® IPP Cryptography libraries. It uses the version of the libraries that do not have position-independent code.
Default
OFF
The compiler does not link to the Intel® IPP libraries.
Description
The option tells the compiler to link to the some or all of the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) libraries and include the Intel® IPP headers.
The
[Q]ipp-link
option controls whether the compiler links to static, dynamic threaded, or static threaded Intel® IPP run-time libraries.
On Windows* systems, this option adds directives to the compiled code, which the linker then reads without further input from the driver. You do not need to specify a separate link command.
On Linux* systems, the driver must add the library names explicitly to the link command. You must use option
-ipp
to perform the link to pull in the dependent libraries.
Product and Performance Information
Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.
Notice revision #20201201
IDE Equivalent
Visual Studio:
None
Eclipse:
Performance Library Build Components > Use Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives Libraries
Alternate Options
Linux:
-qipp

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.