Causes the results of guided auto parallelism to be appended to a file.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:

-guide-file-append[=filename]

Windows:

/Qguide-file-append[:filename]

Arguments

filename

Is the name of the file to be appended to. It can include a path.

Default

OFF

Messages that are generated by guided auto parallelism are output to stderr.

Description

This option causes the results of guided auto parallelism to be appended to a file.

This option is ignored unless you also specify one or more of the following options:

  • [Q]guide

  • [Q]guide-vec

  • [Q]guide-data-trans

  • [Q]guide-par

If you do not specify a path, the compiler looks for filename in the current working directory.

If filename is not found, then a new file with that name is created in the current working directory.

If you do not specify a file extension, the name of the file is filename.guide.

If the name specified for filename conflicts with a source file name provided in the command line, the name of the file is name-of-the-first-source-file.guide.

Note

If you specify the [Q]guide-file-append option and you also specify option [Q]guide-file, the last option specified on the command line takes precedence.

IDE Equivalent

None

Alternate Options

None

Example

The following example shows how to cause guided auto parallelism messages to be appended to a file named my_messages.txt:

-guide-file-append=my_messages.txt       ! Linux and macOS* systems
/Qguide-file-append:my_messages.txt      ! Windows systems  

See Also

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