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watch

Tells the compiler to display certain information to the console output window.
This content is specific to C++; it does not apply to
DPC++
.

Syntax

Linux:
-watch
[=
keyword
[
,
keyword
...
]
]
-nowatch
Windows:
/watch
[:
keyword
[
,
keyword
...
]
]
/nowatch
Arguments
keyword
Determines what information is displayed. Possible values are:
none
Disables
cmd
and
source
.
[no]cmd
Determines whether driver tool commands are displayed and executed.
[no]source
Determines whether the name of the file being compiled is displayed.
all
Enables
cmd
and
source
.
Default
nowatch
Pass information and source file names are not displayed to the console output window.
Description
Tells the compiler to display processing information (pass information and source file names) to the console output window.
Option
watch
keyword
Description
none
Tells the compiler to not display pass information and source file names to the console output window. This is the same as specifying
nowatch
.
cmd
Tells the compiler to display and execute driver tool commands.
source
Tells the compiler to display the name of the file being compiled.
all
Tells the compiler to display pass information and source file names to the console output window. This is the same as specifying
watch
with no
keyword
.
For heterogeneous compilation, the tool commands for the host and the offload compilations will be displayed.
IDE Equivalent
None
Alternate Options
watch cmd
Linux:
-v
Windows: None

Product and Performance Information

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