Developer Guide and Reference

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  • 04/07/2021
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x (type option)

All source files found subsequent to -x type will be recognized as a particular type.

Syntax

Linux:
-x
type
Windows:
None
Arguments
type
is the type of source file. Possible values are:
c++
C++ source file
c++-header
C++ header file
c++-cpp-output
C++ pre-processed file
c
C source file
c-header
C header file
cpp-output
C pre-processed file
assembler
Assembly file
assembler-with-cpp
Assembly file that needs to be preprocessed
none
Disable recognition, and revert to file extension
Default
none
Disable recognition and revert to file extension.
Description
All source files found subsequent to
-x
type
will be recognized as a particular type.
IDE Equivalent
None
Alternate Options
None
Example
Suppose you want to compile the following C and C++ source files whose extensions are not recognized by the compiler:
File Name
Language
file1.c99
C
file2.cplusplus
C++
We will also include these files whose extensions are recognized:
File Name
Language
file3.c
C
file4.cpp
C++
The command-line invocation using the
-x
option follows:
icpx -x c file1.c99 -x c++ file2.cplusplus -x none file3.c file4.cpp ! specific to C++
dpcpp -x c file1.c99 -x c++ file2.cplusplus -x none file3.c file4.cpp ! specific to DPC++

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