-qpath

Description

Constructs alternate program names for compiler components. The program and directory path specified by this option is used in place of the regular compiler component or program.

Syntax

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                 +-b-+
                 +-p-+
                 +-a-+
                 +-I-+
                 +-L-+
                 +-l-+
                 +-E-+
                 '-m-'

where the available compiler component and program names are:

Program Description
c Compiler front end
b Compiler back end
p Compiler preprocessor
a Assembler
I Interprocedural analysis tool - compile phase
L Interprocedural analysis tool - link phase
l Linkage editor
E CreateExportList utility
m Linkage helper (C++ linkage helper utility)

Notes

The -qpath option overrides the -Fconfig_file, -t, and -B options.

Examples

To compile myprogram.C using a substitute xlc++ compiler in /lib/tmp/mine/ enter:

xlc++ myprogram.C -qpath=c:/lib/tmp/mine/

To compile myprogram.C using a substitute linker in /lib/tmp/mine/, enter:

xlc++ myprogram.C -qpath=l:/lib/tmp/mine/ 

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