C/C++ and Fortran

-qhaltonmsg, -qsuppress, and -qflag

By Archive User posted Sun March 02, 2014 09:48 PM

  

Originally posted by: Yvonne Ma


The -qhaltonmsg option is added in XL Fortran V14.1. When you specify this option, the compiler stops compilation before producing any object files, executable files, or assembler source files if a specified error message or a list of messages is generated.

The -qhaltonmsg option has precedence over the -qsuppress and -qflag options:

  • If you specify both -qhaltonmsg and -qsuppress, messages that -qsuppress suppresses are also printed and compilation stops.
  • If you specify both -qhaltonmsg and -qflag, messages that -qflag does not select are also printed and compilation stops.

For more information about the -qhaltonmsg option, visit -qhaltonmsg.

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