Single object file from multiple .for files

Single object file from multiple .for files

Does anybody know a clever way to create single object file from multiple .for (source) files (other than creating (stacking) one large file from all of the .for files)??

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Usually object libraries are used, where the separate object files are created and stored in the single library file. Anyhow you can also do something like:

df /compile /object:single.obj part1.for part2.for

to combine into one object file.

James

If you're in the DevStudio environment, what I usually suggest is creating a source file which looks like this:

include 'file1.for'
include 'file2.for'
...

and then create an alternate project which has just this file in it. When you build this, you are concatenating the sources implicitly.

Steve

Steve - Intel Developer Support

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