Causes the compiler to flag file-scope functions and data objects in the source file with the offload attribute target(mic). This option only applies when targeting Intel® Xeon Phi™ products. This is a deprecated option. There is no replacement option.

Architecture Restrictions

Only available when targeting Intel® Xeon Phi™ products

Syntax

Linux:

-qoffload-attribute-target=target-name

macOS:

None

Windows:

/Qoffload-attribute-target:target-name

Arguments

target-name

Is a specific target or application. The following value is supported: mic.

Default

OFF

The compiler does not flag file-scope functions and data objects in the source file with the offload attribute target(mic) .

Description

This option causes the compiler to flag file-scope functions and data objects in the source file with the offload attribute target(mic).

This option is similar to using the pragma offload_attribute target(mic) to set the attribute target(mic) for all functions and data objects in the file scope.

Target declspecs/attributes on individual declarations take precedence over any offload_attribute pragma in effect, and declspecs, attributes, and pragmas all take precedence over this option.

IDE Equivalent

None

Alternate Options

None

Example

Consider the following individual source files:

subr.c
======
void subr()
{
}

main.c
======
int main()
{
  #pragma offload target(mic)
  subr();
}

If you compile them as follows, it will properly place an instance of subr in the host (CPU) and target binaries:

icc -c -qoffload-attribute-target=mic subr.c
icc subr.o main.c
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